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Sex: Male
Age: 1 and 1/2 years old
Weight: 75 lbs.
Spay/Neuter: Yes
Heartworm Status: Treated
Microchip: Yes
Good w/Kids: Pending
Good w/Big Dogs: Yes
Good w/Small Dogs: Pending
Good w/Cats: Pending
House Trained: Yes
Adoption Status: Adopted
Location: Katy, TX

Special Considerations for Adoption:

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Howdy! I’m Odin. I am SO excited to meet you!  I have been living with my foster family for nearly two weeks.   I lived on the streets before the wonderful people of GHGSDR took me in, so I am overjoyed to live in a home with a family, and curious about all things new.   I bounce around the house excited to explore and take in everything. For example, I was so surprised to find that my foster family has a tree with all sorts of decorations on it …. INDOORS.  When I barked at it, no squirrels or anything ran out, and the other dogs ignore it so I guess we are safe.  I love people, and Mom says I'm very affectionate. I want Mom and the human boy to pet me all the time, so I follow them everywhere, just in case they want to touch my soft fur and give me a quick hug. 

I want to be by my people all the time, but I will go in my crate when asked.  I call out to mom and the human boy as they leave – just to let them know I love them and will miss them while they are gone. I have worked very hard to learn what my foster family expects of me. It makes Mom happy that I sit when asked.  I also take treats very gently from her hand.  I am proud when I please her, because I know she loves me.  

There are three other big dogs here, so I always have someone to play with. There are lots of wonderful things here called toys that squeak and are soft.  I love carrying them around the house and tossing them up in the air.  When I do this, my canine foster brothers will try to beat me to the toy to pick it up.  We play tug of war and chase.  I love both these games.  Playing with other dogs rocks!  

I have never lived in a house before, but Mom says I'm a very smart boy, and I am adapting quickly.  Tile floors were tricky at first, but I am clever and am learning how to take corners without my legs slipping out from underneath me.  In my past life, I never went on a walk on a leash.  I constantly had to be on alert so I could protect myself.  Now I am learning that I can walk happily along right beside my foster mom.  At first, when something startled me, my first instinct was to run away.  My mom is so patient with me.  I am learning that walks with people are lots of fun, and I can relax and feel safe.  Mom is so proud that I am a quick learner, and now I am happy and confident when we go for a walk together.

Mom says that I am a good cuddler, with a soft coat.  I like when it is my turn to sit in her lap each night.  Mom tells me that there is a family out there looking for a sweet, happy, handsome boy like me.  All I want for Christmas is my own family.  Is that you?