Are you looking for a sweet young dog with limitless potential? Look no further than Sherry! This intriguing and engaging dog is just under a year old, and she’s at . Originally found as a stray in the Yakima area, Sherry is looking for her forever home, to enjoy for the holidays and far beyond!
Sherry weighs 73 pounds, and she’s looking for an active owner who will help her shed some excess weight with a regulated, healthy diet and daily exercise. She’s a dog that loves to run and explore, so her new home needs to be equipped with a securely fenced yard. In addition to ample exercise, Sherry enjoys being mentally challenged. She’s naturally intelligent and curious, so she would appreciate an owner who can keep her active and engaged.
As with every Homeward Pet dog adoption, Sherry’s adoption includes four weeks of dog training. This will be a great way for her to get started off on the right paw with her new person. Guidance and structure is what Sherry needs, so her new owner should be willing to provide her with continued training as she matures. She’s a beautiful Husky/Shepherd mix, and she would like to meet someone who has knowledge and experience with dogs of her breeds.
Sherry enjoys chasing cats for fun and socializing with other dogs once she’s been properly introduced. She would be best suited for larger dogs that will lead by example and set boundaries for her. She just needs a chance to learn all about appropriate dog-dog behavior, and at this young age, the sky is the limit. Because of her size and training requirements, children over the age of 12 years old are recommended.
Sherry is ready for a second chance, and to prove that she will make a great companion. Please come visit this fantastic girl at Homeward Pet today and consider taking her home! We’re located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville. Our shelter is open for visitors between noon and 6 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday. See all our adoptable dogs, cats, kittens and puppies at www.homewardpet.org.
Information from Homeward Pet Adoption Center.