when I move to Portland.
Fionna will probably be an average size. She's about 30 pounds now and a little bit taller than Nami.
I liked him a lot. Between meeting Genko, Katana, and Meitou, I could see myself with a Hokkaido. :)
We also went to dinner on the ocean where we poked fun at the fancy restaurant we ate in. The food was delicious though.
I need to seriously start looking for an alternate placement for Fionna. She is a great puppy and I love her to death. I don't actually want to let her go at this point, but I've done a lot of thinking about it and it might be what's best for her, for the breed, and for my current situation.I want her to go to a home in the USA that will be open to keeping her intact. I would also like a home that will show her, involve her in sports, or hunt with her.She has her basic obedience under her belt and is UTD on all vaccinations. She gets along well with other dogs. She is a little excitable meeting new people and barks when over-stimulated or confused. She is not a huge fan of children, but does well with children who are respectful. I hike with her off leash, but she may not do well off leash in a new home.This is not "first come, first serve". I will take names of interested parties and find the best fit for her, just like I did with all of the puppies. If you are interested in the Kishu breed or have more questions, please shoot me a message. She will have a rehoming fee and the new owner will be expected to pay for transportation.Fionna will be one year old on May 28th.
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