Kate from the Tri County Humane Society called into the Loon Studio with another great adoptable pet, Odin, a German Shepherd mix.

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This handsome boy is Odin! Odin came to TCHS as a transfer from another facility. Due to this not much is known of his past. We do know that this boy has endless energy! 

He is an overgrown puppy who is in need of a home with time and patience to train him He was adopted and returned about a week later due to not getting along with the resident cat Odin appears to have a prey drive so a home without cats or small animals would be best for him.
Can be over excited with dogs; we would recommend he do best as a solo dog, but a meet-and-greet would be required before he went home with another dog
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He has met children and does best with older kids 10 and up younger, noisier children tend to make him nervous. He sometimes forgets his size and tends to knock down smaller kids.
Odin is quite the escape artist and avid chewer. He can and will chew through leashes and harnesses. A fenced-in yard would be best for him as he loves to jump and can jump very high.
He would benefit from having a variety of durable toys to keep him busy. He knows to "sit" on command, but that's all so far. Odin would benefit from basic obedience classes to learn some manners. He would benefit from long, frequent walks.
Odin would be an amazing addition in a active family; he would also make a great running partner! It is unknown how he would do around other dogs. All introductions should be slow and proper. He is quickly getting the hang of potty training but should still be kept on a consistent schedule.
Check out supplies such as durable toys and high quality food for Odin in our TCHS Re-Tail Shoppe. Odin currently weighs 60 pounds. He can't wait to meet you! .Thank you to Dr. Thomas Rohman for neutering Odin. Donations and adoption fees help cover the cost of spay/neuter surgeries, micro-chipping, vaccinating, de-worming, any medical procedures and general care ~~ DEPOSITS MAY BE PLACED ON ADOPTABLE ANIMALS by calling 320-252-0896HAS A DEPOSIT
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