Up for adoption


Bucky, a one-year-old male Husky, spent his first year in Waskaganish in Northern Quebec. He was luckier than many other wanderers, in that he found humans who fed him. He takes a few minutes to relax with new people but then he shows you the playful boy that he is. Being a Northern dog, he needs lots of daily exercise like walking, running or hiking. Obedience training is a must as he doesn't yet walk on leash. He gets along with other dogs, but not with cats. If you are looking for a new BFF and have 10 or 15 years to commit to him, fill out the form and ask for Bucky.

For more information on Bucky or any of the other dogs available for adoption, go to www.animatch.ca.

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