Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Atlanta,GA=> Akita Cody - Four years on the street, six months in a kennel, three months at a foster, but never a home of my own

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"Not to hurt our humble brethren [the animals] is our first duty to them, but to stop there is not enough. We have a higher mission: to be of service to them whenever they require it." - Saint Francis of Assisi

Atlanta, GA: Akita Cody - four years on the street, six months in a kennel,
three months at a foster, but never a home of my own - for w/in two hours drive
of Atlanta only

Trying again to find Cody a home. I just know you can help! 
Permission to Cross-Post!!

Contact: Jane 
Cody was rescued after living on the streets for four years. He was then in a kennel for six straight months, and has since been at a fosters for three more months. Although he is fully vetted, neutered, house-broken, professionally trained, and socialized, he has never known a home of his own.

Cody only has two itsy-bitsy needs:

One, that his home be located within a two-hour drive of Atlanta . And Two, that he be the second, third, or fourth dog. He can't be the only dog b/c he follows the lead of another dog for his social behavior.

Cody loves to play with his foster buddies.   He needs to have another dog to play with and look to for advice.  He often joins in with his foster buddies to play with them.  He learns from the dog he is with.  He is housebroken and does really well when left alone
while his foster is at work.  (He does not need a crate.)

Cody has the Akita look and is very handsome, but has none of the aggression or dominance that is sometimes associated with the breed.  He does not demand affection, which is an Akita trait, but does like to get his ears and butt rubbed and know you are near. He is very laid back and calm.  When confronted with a noisy nervous dog, he acts to avoid it rather than confront it.

Cody is a dream on leash. You can walk him with one finger - no pulling whatsoever. He would be great with a walker or jogger since he is in great shape and loves to walk. His foster walks him with four other dogs all at once.  He also loves to lie in the sun on the deck and hang out! 
Please, can you give him a chance to have a home of his own?  Think of the gratitude
that would be yours for the rest of Cody's life.  All for responding to, or forwarding this email.
Thank you.

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