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 Robin D5205 (Gnoki)

Robin D5205 (Gnoki)

A kind person saved him when he was left in a box at a parking lot. From an accidental litter due to parents not being sp/n. They work full time and contacted us to take him in. He got his first vet care and now learning at his foster home and puppy trainer.

Cutie Robin is very sweet, friendly and loves playing with other pups. Doing great and cuddly. Robin loves to follow his person around. He is enjoying his healthy foods and treats. Need husky experienced guardian and home with fenced yard.  We have tried different high quality and holistic foods (kibble and can) but he has a sensitive GI and got loose stools.  He had a stool sample test and negative.  He does best eating Raw diet mix (frozen patties or freeze dry raw from Stella & Chewy and other brands).  No runny stools when he eats raw diet.  

**Note: Adoption in SF Bay Area Only**

Details of Robin D5205 (Gnoki)

  • Name: Robin D5205 (Gnoki)
  • Type: Dog
  • Gender: Male
  • Breed: Husky
  • Age: 1 year 7 months
  • Color: Gray/Silver/Salt & Pepper with Black
  • Size: 94 lbs.
  • House trained: Yes
  • Shots Current: Yes
  • Spayed/Neutered: Yes
  • Special Needs: No
  • Good with Dogs: Yes
  • Good with Cats: Unknown
  • Host: Furry Friends Rescue
  • Organization: Furry Friends Rescue
  • Date Added: 1/22/23

IMPORTANT!

  • For safety and training reasons for both young kids and the puppy (who will grow to full size by 8 months) or dog, we do not adopt puppy or dogs to homes with children under 8 years old...Read more
  • See our How to Adopt page for more information on how the Furry Friends Rescue Adoption process works, including important updates due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
  • Furry Friends Rescue adopts animals that will be indoor family members only.
  • Furry Friends Rescue will only adopt to homes in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you're from out of the area/out of state, please check Petfinder.org, AdoptAPet.com and PetHarbor.comfor animals in need of homes in your local area.