Changing Lives … One Tail at a Time …


Frosty, affectionately known as “Gray Wolf” or “Gray” for short by his foster family, has the striking looks of a little wolf. True to his Alaskan Malamute/GSD/Norwegian Elkhound breed heritage, Frosty is a real talker and never hesitates to let you know exactly what he wants and how he feels about his current activity. He has a blast running and playing in the yard with his siblings and the adult dogs in his foster home and does the most precious play bow, sassy yip, and romp as he darts around the yard. When he is done playing, this guy loves nothing more than curling up in his foster mom’s lap for kisses and cuddles. (The whole lap dog mentality may not go over so well when he grows into a large dog!) When you talk to him or make silly noises, he cocks his head from side to side while listening intently. When he is excited, he wiggles his body with pure joy and make little excited pees. Frosty promises to help soothe the winter blues with the warmth of his love.

Born on November 22nd in rural WV, Frosty is one of Holly’s Days and has been in foster care in NY since he was about four weeks old. He is crate trained, sleeps through the night, and coming along nicely with his house training. Before falling love and applying, please keep in mind that young puppies require plenty of exercise, stimulation, training, and socialization for many months to come.

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