Looks like 2021 is on its way to being the “Year of the Northern Dog”. My name is Foreman and the volunteers say thatI have a calm and wise aura that will make a family happy to share their life with me.
I am proud of my Northern heritage. Unlike many of my fellow Nordics, I actually had a home when I lived in Whapmagoostui for the past sixyears. I can tell that this move is going to be an adjustment – fences, leashes, sidewalks – who knew! They say I will adapt and and learn to love my new digs.
Since my arrival, I have been rather stressed. Of course, they have a name for everything here. They call it “separation anxiety”. I pant, I whine, I tear stuff. I’m hoping it will pass soon but I may need some help from my new guardian. Being alone is what triggers it; whether you leave for a few minutes or a few hours –it feels like years! The loss of a familiar lifestyle may be contributing to my fear, so we need to work on this together. With patience and persistence, we can do it.
I get along with other dogs but don’t expect me to play with them; cats on the other hand are a no-go. If you take me for a walk, I promise to take the lead. I’ll need some work on leash manners. Being a Northern guy means I absolutely adore open air activities and would best suit an outdoorsy family. Because of my penchant to howl and whine when alone, I shall have to pass on condo/apartment living.
If you’ve got the what it takes to give me my furever home,then I’m ready to be the new addition to your family. Fill in the application and ask for the Foreman.
Please note that due the volume of applications, we are unable to respond to all applicants and ONLY those being considered will be contacted. We thank you for your understanding. The adoption application link is posted below and the adoption process is outlined on the website. Animatch asks that you read the Adoptee’s bio in its entirety before applying to ensure you meet the requirements for the dog.