Adoptable Dog of the Week-Lego

Angela Vuckovic
by Angela Vuckovic
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Our Adoptable Dog of the Week is Lego, a 4-year old Labrador Retriever and Husky mix from Salt Lake City, Utah. This gentle giant is neutered, up to date with his vaccinations, housetrained, crate trained, and good with kids and other dogs.

Lego’s Tale

Lego’s rescuers say that the two words that describe him the best are goofy and loving. This 85-pound furball is a sucker for people, and adores being in the center of the attention. Lego is an energetic, lively pooch who loves going on walks, playing fetch, or the game “keep away” (he’s somewhat of a champion). His new home must have a securely fenced yard.

After some quality playtime, this pretty lad is more than happy to lounge around in the house or snuggle with his parents. Lego enjoys cuddling and has a very friendly personality- even when it comes to other dogs. He gets along great with other pooches, and would love to be a part of a family that already has another canine companion. But, even though he is very affectionate, Lego doesn’t like cats.

As a big, excitable dog, Lego might not be the best fit for families with young children. However, Lego is sure to hit it off with older kids who know how to play with dogs and would love to throw ball with him (and wouldn’t get mad if he suddenly decides to keep the ball to himself).

The Husky bit in Lego’s DNA is quite noticeable- he is a chatty Cathy and if you ask him “tell me about it,” he’ll bark his heart out to you. He’s also very smart and loves to sit by the window and notify his humans about potential intruders (mailman, too!).

To find out more about Lego and how to adopt him, visit Community Animal Welfare Society’s website.

Angela Vuckovic
Angela Vuckovic

A proud mama to seven dogs and ten cats, Angela spends her days writing for her fellow pet parents and pampering her furballs, all of whom are rescues. When she's not gushing over her adorable cats or playing with her dogs, she can be found curled up with a good fantasy book.

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