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- Independent, Playful, Loves chasing balls, Loves burying balls
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Prefers a home without
- Cats, other animals. No small pets.
Meet Bucky "Are u my hooman?"
Bucky's foster family has found that he just needs to feel secure with slow introductions to change & keep to a schedule and he flourishes. He stays home alone for 5 hours and is doing well. He settles nicely & enjoys peace & tranquility--just keep his schedule. He is an amazing boy with high predatory behavior that can spot any critter or find deer, especially at night. With cheerful redirection, he will give up the chase to stay with his human.
Bucky is always ready for a car ride, but just make sure you keep his schedule to keep him from going over his threshold. He enjoys just being where you are & hanging out. He has been receiving positive training and has learned to redirect his excitement by sitting for a treat or going to the down position for chicken sandwich bite-size treats. He has done this so much he offers sit/down on his own to make good things happen.
Bucky looks like a very tall Siberian Husky & is so inquisitive. Bucky would benefit from pawsitive reinforcement training classes (no fear, no force, no pain, no dominance) and someone with a good sense of humor. Bucky just wants to have fun, so learning how to communicate being consistent & calm works great for Bucky. He is a lover.
With so much to give, he definitely will make someone happy once he settles in and knows he's loved. He prefers to be the only pet in the home...who doesn't like to be the star of the show. He currently lives with 2 foster fur siblings but everyone has their own "space" and structure so there is no interaction.
We recommend reading, Positive Perspectives 2 - Know your Dog Train your Dog by Pat Miller. This book will open your eyes from a dogs perspective & help you communicate & train in a pawsitive manner. To know Bucky is to love Bucky. He is such a sweet boy who is searching for his furever home & hooman. Those who meet Bucky can't believe that he hasn't been adopted.
If you are interested in adopting Bucky, please contact CHAAMP at CHAAMPapplication@gmail.com for an application. You may also complete an application online thru our web site, www.CHAAMP.org
CHAAMP accepts applications ONLY from Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington DC. The information on your application will help CHAAMP determine which of our dogs is a good match for you and your family, based upon your lifestyle, other pets, etc. A home visit is required prior to all adoptions. Many of our dogs are fostered in private homes and cannot be visited until you have been approved for adoption.
~Adult dogs, the fee is $275.00
~Older dogs (eight years old or over) the adoption fee is $100.00
~Puppies between 6 months and 1 year are $350.00
~Puppies under 6 months old are $375.00
All dogs are micro chipped, spayed and neutered and up to date on vaccines. These fees help us cover these costs. The rates are higher for puppies because they require more visits to the vet and shots.
CHAAMP IS NOT A SHELTER. We are volunteers over a 7-state area dedicated to helping Malamutes in our rescue area. You can read more about Malamutes and about CHAAMP by visiting www.CHAAMP.org
Ask About Bucky "Are u my hooman?"
- Alaskan Malamute
- Gray / Blue / Silver
Chesapeake Area Alaskan Malamute Protection