This week we’d like to feature Landon. Landon is a young Husky/Shepard/Border Collie mix. This handsome guy is just over a year old (1 year, 3 months) and weighs 62 pounds.
MORE ABOUT LANDON While Landon is a big boy, he still has all of that puppy energy! He’s looking for an active person or family that can help him be the best boy he can be. He’d love to go home with someone who will take him on lots of hikes, and we suspect he might also really like to go for runs.
He previously lived in a home with kids who were seven years old and he sometimes jumped up on them but never knocked them over, so he’d probably do okay in a home with sturdy kids. He’s very affectionate, loving, and snuggly and loves to play fetch, play with toys, and RUN! He knows sit, stay, down and drop and appears to be potty trained. He can get bored when left alone for long periods of time and has been known to chew things up, but that will get better as he gets older.
If left alone, he should be left with appropriate things to help keep him busy (food puzzles, frozen Kong, etc.) so he doesn’t get bored. He can be picky about some dogs, so will need to meet any potential canine companions before going home.
Does beautiful Landon sound like he might be the dog for you? If so, please check out his profile below and then make an appointment to visit the Oregon Humane Society to meet him!
More about Oregon Humane
Oregon Humane Society (OHS) is the largest animal welfare organization in the Northwest, with two locations in Portland and Salem, and adopts more animals from its Portland shelter than any other single-facility shelter on the West Coast. OHS puts no time limits on how long animals remain at the shelter—a pet stays available for adoption for as long as needed to find a loving home.