Adoptable Dog of the Week – Tommy
He might look like a wild spirit, but this lovely guy is all cuddles! Our Adoptable Dog of the Week is Tommy, a 2 to 3 years old Husky mix from Cedar Crest, New Mexico. Tommy is neutered, up to date with his vaccinations, and good with kids and other dogs.
Tomy was a street-roaming stray before he got rescued. He did have some medical issues when he was found, all of which have cleared by now: Tommy is a healthy, happy dog. Also, you shouldn’t let his rugged looks and past on the streets fool you- this sweet boy is very well-mannered and quite affectionate.
He absolutely loves spending times with his humans. Tommy loves cuddles and belly rubs are his favorite (no surprise there!). This lovely pooch does well with many other dogs, but prefers females- but with looks like his, who could blame him for being a ladies man, right? Kitties, though, are not Tommy’s favorite, and he’ll need to go to a cat-free household.
Tommy is also a very smart dog- it might be the suspected Shepherd genes in his ancestry. He is great on walks and will sit on command. Tommy behaves well on a leash and in a crate and is generally a good traveler.
On top of his many qualities, this pretty pooch has an insanely adorable walk- it kind of looks like prancing. Seriously, can this dog get any cuter?
Ideally, his new home will have a female dog companion, experienced husky owners, daily walks, and a minimum 5 foot or higher secure fence. If you think that your family is the right match for Tommy, visit Siberian Husky Rescue of New Mexico, Inc. for more information.