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These two will sure grow big and fast!

Wilson (left) and Geoffrey are four-month-old male Canadian Inuit dogs.

By Whitehorse Star on May 12, 2023

Wilson (left) and Geoffrey are four-month-old male Canadian Inuit dogs.

These two overgrown babies are full of beans and have plenty of potential to become great family dogs!

They have thick puppy coats that will no doubt get thicker as they age, making them ideal for outdoor exercise and playtime.

Their coat type will come with plenty of shedding, but regular brushing will help keep it controlled.

We’re expecting them to grow big and fast, so that should be at the front of your mind when considering one of these boys as a new buddy!

Although these big fluffy boys are littermates and arrived at the shelter together, we do not recommend they get adopted as a pair.

Even in their young age, they’ve started bustling for dominance amongst each other, and their arguments can get a bit dramatic.

Despite their opinions of each other, we think, with time and proper introduction, they could thrive in a home with other dogs.

They are very food-motivated, which will aid in any type of training they are exposed to.

See Wilson and Geoffrey at the
Mae Bachur Animal Shelter today!
– Submitted by the Mae Bachur
Animal Shelter

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