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Bolt: Oregon Humane Society's Dog of the Day

Bolt: Oregon Humane Society's Dog of the Day

Credit: Oregon Humane Society

Bolt is a young fellow that will need help in gaining confidence and guidance as he learns what it is to be a loved pet!

by Oregon Humane Society

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Posted on March 20, 2013 at 12:59 AM

The Oregon Humane Society’s Dog of the Day is Bolt. He is a very handsome fella that is looking for a patient and loving home. Bolt is a two year old Siberian Husky mix that can be wary when meeting new people and in new situations. His new home will need to be very patient with him and give him plenty of time to settle in. Bolt will need daily exercise and further training to keep him happy and healthy. He will need someone that can help him build his confidence and trust. A basic manners class, such as offered at the Oregon Humane Society, would be a great way for him to bond with his new home. Because of his shy nature Bolt will need a home with older, dog savvy children that can respect his space and understand his boundaries. Bolt may do best in a home without cats. A training consultation is included prior to his adoption. You can meet with him at the Oregon Humane Society, 1067 NE Columbia Blvd., Portland 503-285-7722. Visiting hours are 10-7 on Sunday-Wednesday; and 10-9 on Thursday-Saturday. Adoption hours end at 6:30 on Sunday-Wednesday and at 8:30 on Thursday-Saturday.

Bolt’s adoption fee includes neuter, microchip ID, collar and OHS ID tag, initial vaccines, courtesy veterinarian exam, and plenty of post adoption support! Availability is subject to prior adoption.

 

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