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Are you the right home for beautiful Sammy? Here's what his current owner says:

Sammy, who is between 4 & 5 years old according to our vet has some unique issues. What's unique about him is he's great with men, and then has some distrust with women that leads him to lash out. He's been through a 6 week board and train at SolidK9 training in Providence, RI and is off leash, remote collar trained, and fully obedient. He loves outdoor hikes, walks, and can be off leash and then recalled back very well, he's great at obedience. We presume he would love mushing as he adores the snow, rolling around in it, running full speed, and usually stopping to take a big bite of the snow..
He's good with other dogs as well, playing outside fine He is very loving with, and even my wife most of the time. However, when he decides he doesn't want her touching him / near him, he bares his teeth as a first warning, and will then snap, going for whatever is closest to him. He has bitten her on the hand once. The other 90% of the time he's great with her, and I'd put it at 100% with me. He harbors something within him with women.. He has been great with the head male trainer at SolidK9 as well, with a couple bad behavior things happening with female trainers and kennel staff, though he hasn't tried to bite them. He seems to do better with strong women who show leadership with hime
The head trainer thinks doesn't necessarily believe that an all male home is necessary as long as the women in the household are strong leaders. We're trying to reach out to anyone we can, as we don't believe he deserves to be put down, as he is an amazing dog for the right situation. SolidK9 has generously offered 6 hours of training for a new owner to work with the tools he has learned on as well. We've tried everything we can to save this dog's life, and are hoping we can find the right fit for him.

If interested please contact
Justin Baillargeron <justin.baillargeron@gmail.com>

Please note,
this is a courtesy listing by MUSH. Any adoption is private and we assume no liability for this dog. As with all of our courtesy postings, We have never met this dog and cannot vouch for this representation.
MUSH, Inc. and The Husky Exchange are not a registered Shelter and that MUSH does not own or use any facilities to engage in the transportation, housing, or training of any dog other than members' personal pets.
MUSH, Inc. and The Husky Exchange are unable to to list dogs from outside Massachusetts unless a Massachusetts Shelter or Rescue Organization approved to handle out-of-state adoptions is involved in the animal's placement. A current listing of of approved Shelters and Rescue Operations is available on the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources website at http://www.mass.gov/agr/animalhealth/ApprovedEntities.htm.