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Barf

a picture of Barf a dog that needs a foster home.

Location: Sacramento, CA

Posted on: 8/31/2023

Posted by: Individual

Barf urgently needs a foster home

Why is fostering needed?

Our plans to move into a house quickly were yanked out from under us after moving from Oregon, we live in an rv park and have to change parks. Our landlord didnt like the 6’ fence my husband built to contain the dogs and we cant keep them outside at the next location. Barf is a husky and needs room to run and lots of exercise which we cannot provide in our current situation. He got too big very quickly and cant live inside our very small rv. We have a small child and no room for us. Rehoming is urgent as we are moving in 4 days, my husband is going to work full time and I have a hernia and cannot even walk barf as he is too strong and pulls on the leash. He bonds more quickly with men and never really took to me. We also have a second, medium sized poodle/lab mix that he is bonded to and prefer they go together but ultimately we need new homes for them both as we just dont have a house or a yard for them.

How long is fostering needed for?

Until a forever home for pet is found

Other notes

Barf is husky and on the large size for his breed. He has a bit of separation anxiety and likes men better than women. He imprinted on my husband very closely and never wanted to leave his side. He would be a great companion to a man who needs a friend and would love to run in a big yard. If these dogs are seperated than the biggest thing is hoping they both go to someone with another dog to play with

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