Quick Bio

Age: Young (1-3 years old)
Gender: Male
Breed: Alaskan Malamute
Size: Large (over 20 kg)
Colour: Black & White
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Good with dogs
  • House trained
  • Walks well on leash
Adoption Status: Adopted

Meet beautiful Pancho, the 30 kg, two-year-old Malamute. He was rescued on March 10th from Karama Shelter and was neutered that same day. He had to stay at the hospital for two days, and arrived with us, his fosters, on March 12th. Two days before being rescued he was tested for heartworm, distemper and parvovirus: all of them NEGATIVE!

He is wondeful and with a lot of energy. He is really affectionate and loves to be petted; he would go to everybody asking for love. He also likes to go out a lot and smell all kinds of plants. Long walks are the best for him and having a yard.

He has been behaving really well when we are at home but if he is left alone he has a strong separation anxiety. Still, he is working on that, knowing that he won't be abandoned again will make him feel safe. He is house trained without any accidents so far. Besides, he doesn't bark and will follow you around the house to keep you company.

If you adopt him, your life will never be the same! He will show you what a second chance in life means...

UPDATE 03/19: He had an urgent visit to the vet on Sunday because he stopped being so active. He has pneumonia, which is not a big deal since he is being treated. But he will be able for adoption after being healthy. (He is so much better now!) Also, today he is getting his stitches out from being neutered last week.

LAST UPDATE: Pancho already has parents!! Yay!! He already met them and showed them how well behaved he is! (sometimes...) He will be going to his forever home this weekend!! I will miss him so much...

Adoption Fee: ₩300,000
Location: Seoul - 서울
Living Situation: In foster care


kori94's picture

I would have adopted him if I had lived alone and in a house that is large enough for him.
Though, it's nice that he's in foster care for now.

kori94's picture

Good news!