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

Location: Carlsbad, CA

Posted on: 2/11/2023

Posted by: Individual

Harley urgently needs a foster home

Why is fostering needed?

My temporary resident does not allow pets, and where she is currently staying is not safe for her. She is at risk of being abused where she is currently staying.

How long is fostering needed for?

Long term

Other notes

Harley is high energy, and would do best with someone who has property and other pets. Gets gets long well with other dogs, but does not get along well with cats. She does best with children over the age of 13, as she was previously abused by small children. She does great at dog parks, and dog park. She has some leash reactivity and could use more basic obedience training. Harley is crate trained, potty trained and leash trained. She is a snuggle bug in bed, but fiercely independent and not overly affectionate. She is very vocal. She LOVES to play ball and any plush crinkle toy that squeaks. She is spayed, and up to date on shots. She needs her next bordatella shot in April, but her rabies and DHLPP vaccines are current until 2025. She loves hiking as well! She turns 2 2/11/23. She has mild separation anxiety and would be best suited with a foster that has experience with working breeds. She is also so a German Shepherd and husky mix.

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