Best Tricks: he gets his bowl on command for dinner time, sit, laydown, roll over, dance, bark and stay!
Arrival Story: Browsing the local humane society website and saw they had a litter of mixed breed puppies. i fell in love with his picture and went down there that day. there were two left. Bowser and his short haired black and tan sister. There were 9 pups in all, most of them were long haired, black and tan dogs with blue eyes. Bowser had brown, so im guessing thats why he was one of the last adopted.
The humane society says the mother was part or all husky and dad was unknown but they think a rotti. He really could be anything. his coat is extra thick and long, not like a husky. its long on top and THICK and WOOLY on the bottom. his tail is long and curls over his back, and his paws and legs are smaller then his broad body. He has a huge head and body like a rott.
im not entirely sure he has husky in him at all, but thats what they said at the pound. his littermates had blue eyes but Bowser dosn't.
Bio: Bowser is an odd dog. He is very smart and well trained to me only. he was trained since puppyhood to accept handling but he growls at strangers who handle him like the vet. i brought him to work with me everyday when he was a baby (happen to be a vet clinc) and still somehow he hates vets. However bowser loves children and random adults on the street who pet him.
he likes to give kisses but dosnt like to snuggle much. at at night time he preferrs to be left alone. he will get up and run into his crate if you pet him at night. i have no idea why.
bowser is the best behaved dog ive ever owned other then that. he listens to commands, walks on the leash w/o pulling, dosnt bark at other dogs and sits polighty for petting. he loves to climb and wade in water.