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About Nic_and_Koda

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  • Birthday 09/11/1987

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  1. Thank you so much for your reply. We took a female (10 months) on trial not too long ago and whilst Koda loved her, she was very aggressive towards him in the house and would bully him. He is such a softy! Absolutely loves others dogs, but is such a gentleman. He gets on fantastic with my brother's Dachshund, and is a gentleman with him too (if the Dachshund wants some of Koda's food for example, Koda will step back and let him). So it didn't work out with the female who returned we had to return to her owner. I just don't want to end up in the same situation again, or end up with s
  2. I don't know whether or not to get a companion for my boy Koda. Koda is such a good boy, honestly the best dog. Yes he has Husky traits (luckily both my husband and I have grown up around the breed and have experience), but he's such a good boy. He is a lovely boy to have around, isn't destructive (as long as he isn't left alone), sleeps all night (sometimes he doesn't want to get up in a morning), walks nice on the lead (though this changes if he sees a squirrel or a pigeon ), is great with my nieces and nephews, and we can take him anywhere etc etc. So I don't really want to upset
  3. Hello, My husband and I have a very active lifestyle and both have outdoor jobs. We’ve always had large dog breeds and recently adopted and rehomed an 18 month old Husky (Koda) who loves being outdoors all day and fits perfectly into our active lifestyle. He’s a neutered male and is brilliant. He’s settled in really well and is a lovely boy to have around. the only issue we have with him is his excessive prey drive (for birds, small animals, and anything that rustles in the bushes). we have guinea pigs at home that live in their own room with a reinforced door, so that he do
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