Odin

GREYHOUND/VIZLA/BOXER/PITTY MIX
1.5 YEARS OLD
60 POUNDS
MALE

Meet Odin! He is a handsome mutt who is ready to be your new BFF. Thanks to a DNA test from his previous home we know what kind of mutt he is which is so fun. He is about 60 pounds and definitely an athlete, ready to join you on all the trails and come along for all your adventures. Odin loves people and enjoys butt scritches and giving slobbery kisses. Odin is working his socializing with dogs and it is a work in progress. He has lived with kids and done really well with them! Odin is going to make a sweet and loyal companion for a really lucky adopter!

Odin’s adoption fee is sponsored by a generous donor and he will come with $500 worth of private dog training sessions!

“He is a dream foster. He is completely housebroken and knows basic commands (sit, stay). He loves going for walks, laying in front of the fire, and napping on the couch. He likes to play fetch outside. We don’t have any other dogs, but he has met other dogs on leash (at R park or inside Teton Tails) and his tail is wagging the whole time while they are sniffing each other. He loves people (adults and kids). If we were looking to adopt, we would snap him up. ” – Odin’s longterm fosters <3

COAT LENGTH
Short

HEALTH
Vaccinations up to date, microchipped, spayed / neutered

GOOD IN A HOME WITH
Kids

ADOPTION FEE
SPONSORED

  • Fill out a dog adoption application. We form our line based on who has an active application in with us.
  • Foster the dog locally for at least one night prior to adopting.
  • Proceed with adoption after all references/landlords have been contacted and overall application have been approved. Adoption fee is $225 which includes the spay/neuter, microchip, vaccinations and routine care during their stay here. If you are an out of state adopter, we cannot guarantee vaccinations to be included in the adoption fee.

Please note, Animal Adoption Center cannot guarantee the breed, composition or ages of our dogs as we usually have no history prior to them entering the rescue. We make every effort to ensure the dogs are healthy. Our intention is to insure long lasting committed homes for the animals at the AAC. If we feel that an animal and a potential owner are not a good fit we reserve the right to refuse adoption.

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