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Animal Allies: Titan

Amy Adamle
Created: October 17, 2019 10:26 AM

Titan is a very handsome husky mix who is adoptable at Animal Allies. 

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Nicole Facciotto, with Animal Allies, said he has a lot of energy.

"Anybody who has a husky knows they are very smart, they're very active, and that's him to a tee," Facciotto said.  "He's jumpy, he's mouthy, when he wants your attention, the first thing he's going to do is kind of grab at your sleeves, grab at your arms."

She said they're working on teaching him basic manners.  Dogs like Titan need work and patience.

"If you're going out thinking to adopt your first dog, this might not be the guy for you," Facciotto said. 

He needs plenty of exercise and Facciotto said he loves to play in their play yard. 

"Overall, he's an awesome, awesome dog, just needs a lot of exercise and a little work on manners," she said. 

If you'd like to adopt Titan, visit Animal Allies at 4006 Airport Road or give them a call at 218-722-5341. Click here to see more animals available for adoption.

Pups and Pints is still going on in honor of Pitbull Awareness Month.  Animal Allies partenered with the Miller Hill Seven West location and all month long some brewers are donating a dollar per pint.  They're selling tshirts as well.

They also have plenty of holiday pet gear and Halloween costumes available at Animal Allies.

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