We are heartbroken to need to rehome our 1.5 year old Malamute King. Since owning him we have worked on basic discipline & commands nearly every day. He was taken to Training with Destiny's board and train for 4 weeks in October of 2022 with another week in November done as well. These training sessions were done to better instill obedience skills and he learned how to run on a treadmill while in training for an outlet to burn energy. He was very successful at training and Destiny noted he has a very high drive to work and be active. His daily routine as of now is 2 hours of treadmill time spread across morning and evening along with 30 min of training spread across the day. He is run with laser pointer, a chuck it stick and ball, or RC car based on the weather. We also daily use different food based puzzle games to give him more stimulation and things to concentrate on. He is nothing but a loving dog and has not shown aggression towards another dog or being since we have had him. He has been around multiple dogs from 7 - 70 pounds on numerous occasions and only looks to play with other dogs and to date has not found a dog that can outplay or run him. He is also socialized with small children and has never been aggressive, just energetic and playful. Our 8 year old can feed him, kennel him, give basic commands, etc. and he listens just as well. This being said we can no longer have king due to several key reasons. He has an extreme case of separation anxiety to the point we worry for his well being. He has broken out of 2 separate kennels multiple times even after reinforcing. He also will relieve himself in his kennel even if he is let out multiple times before we leave for any amount of time. We are unable to provide him the time and training needed as our circumstances and schedules have changed. He is a high energy loving dog that needs a family better able to provide an outlet of energy for him beyond what we have proven capable of. With 2 hours of running 30-45 minutes of training and playtime above that he still is proving to have too much energy to handle. We would love for him to go to a loving home who can give him the love and attention we have tried to give him thus far. I would much rather find someone who will love him than drop him at a shelter. Any amazing people or shelters you know would be much appreciated. We are located in the Palmer/Wasilla area.
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