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This little lady cannot wait to meet her forever family! She is a very sweet little dog with a lot to offer her new owners. She can be a bit of a worried girl at times and so would prefer to live with older children.
Simba is a quirky yet charismatic little chap who needs a quiet home. He is best suited to an adult-only home with no other pets as he is not comfortable with other pets and children.
Breed: Alaskan Malamute
Colour: Black / White
Age: 5 yrs 2 mths
Not HDB Approved
This handsome boy is looking for a home where he can gain confidence and feel settled. He is very sweet and loves the company of people that he has bonded with. He can live with older teenage children and would like to be the only pet in the home.
Rover is an energetic boy who loves to go on his walks. He's currently learning good manners to be calm and polite while interacting with humans and is showing progress. Vocal, Rover barks to tell you what he wants. Rover is not picky with food and will give his utmost attention to you during training when food is used. Also, give him a bone and he will be super happy and contented! This bubbly boy would like a human buddy to play with him and pet him. Give him a good rub on his neck and back and he will reciprocate with tons of love! HDB approved under Project ADORE (click on link for more details).
You'd be likely to pause at Alibi's kennel due to his unique name or his pixie ears and definitive markings. Alibi loves interaction with humans and demonstrates intelligence in his learning potential by picking up new tricks quickly. While he is not very comfortable in the proximity of other 4-legged friends, consistent counter-conditioning has proved to be a promising start and needs to be reinforced over time. Alibi also enjoys playing fetch and can't wait for you to come play a round with him!
Learning with humane approaches and rewards, such as food and play
Walks - may be excited at the start, but is able to walk nicely when he's rewarded well for doing so
• To be scratched under his neck and along his lower back, but not for too long AVOID: • Touching him when he's eating • Dogs - keep at least 5m away from another dog