Koda

Bio

born ~May 2022


37 lbs.


Nearly Crate Trained!


Nearly Housebroken!


Kenai : Hey, I’ve got a mountain to get to. Come on, kid.

Koda : I told you before. My name’s Koda. Say it with me… Ko-da.

Brother Bear

Welcome Koda!

This soulful eyed pup is one of our newest additions to the program but his shining personality has made him known! Koda weighs around 37 pounds at just about 19 weeks (~4.5 months) old, so we estimate that he’ll be around 60-80 pounds, but he could be more or less, it’s just a guess! 

Housebreaking, Crate-Training, and Commands

Typical to puppies his age, Koda is still learning potty and crate training. He sleeps through the entire night with no issue! He will go in the crate for food or a treat but does prefer being with his friends. He knows that he should go potty outside and just requires being brought outside routinely in order for him to make it without accidents (his bladder is only so big!) He even sometimes goes to the door when he has to go outside! So smart! 

Behavior around other Dogs, Cats, and Kids

Currently, Koda is great with dogs, cats, and kids. He loves to play but does nibble a bit when he’s excited (as all puppies do!) He is more interested in dogs and people than he is cats, so he’d do okay in a house with one! Koda is your typical puppy and will do as well in any house as long as the proper socialization measures are taken to help him succeed! 

He also knows sit and lay down! He’s currently working on “look at me” to get his attention!

Behavior around People

Koda LOVES people! That’s it. That’s the section. He is extremely friendly and confident and loves to meet everyone and everything! He is happy to give kisses and will greet anyone who is willing to pet and play with him! 

Exercise Needs

Koda is as active as any puppy! He is learning to settle and hang out, but as he grows will need regular exercise. He loves going on his daily walks and especially loves playing with his canine foster sister! He is a HUGE fan of playing and will do anything for a good romp with his people. 

As he’s getting older, he is learning that he can play independently (like with a toy from the toy box!) and that other dogs have different play styles (aka he can’t play with his little foster dog sister like he does his big foster dog sister!).

Koda is as cute as they come! Was it love at first sight? Contact us today!

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Athens Canine Rescue
P.O. Box 7064
Athens, GA 30604