Hero is a young head strong Akita. His new home must have experience with the breed. He has lived with other dogs and done OK but should have a meet and greet with any resident dogs prior to adoption. He has never lived with cats and his new home should be feline free. He is an escape artist so his new home must have a secured fenced yard. Hero is very strong and is not leash trained. Any children in the home should be over 13 years old and. (Curt Story/Everett Animal Shelter)

Everett Animal Shelter has a few new dogs to adopt

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