Odin is a sweet sensitive guy always looking for love whether it be with a canine pal or through his people. He loves to sing to his people, cuddle despite his growing size and wrestle. Don’t let his disability fool you this guy loves to zoom around the backyard.

Odin loves dogs, he requires another buddy in the home to get his energy out. He can be a little insecure with new big dogs but he warms up quickly. Odin would do best in a home without a cat. Odin requires a home with older children, he can still be a bit mouthy and he will likely be a large dog. Odin will likely be a medium to high energy dog, due to his injury he would need someone to take him for shorter walks regularly. He will also require additional mental stimulation through brain toys.

Odin is fully crate trained, he enjoys going into his crate and lying down. He sometimes vocalizes his disappointment when his people leave while in his crate, he calms down quickly after. Odin is doing well with potty training, he will need continued support in his potty training with positive reinforcement. Odin loves people and he loves his people’s attention, he would prefer to have someone home more often with him. Odin requires a fenced in yard to get some energy out, due to his injury he needs to go at his own pace.

Odin cannot be summed up in a few words, he’s a great dog and will make someone a very happy companion. He is loyal to a fault but just has so much love to give. He is an easy going guy happy to do whatever his family wants so long as they include him.

Do you think you’re a match for Odin, apply for him at www.sitwithme.ca/odin



  • Breed: Shepherd Mix (Manitoba Mix)
  • Sex: Male
  • Age: 1 yr. old
  • Size: 35 lbs
  • Colour: Black / Tan
  • Spayed/Neutered: Yes
  • Stage: Available

Additional notes

  • Dogs: Yes required
  • Cats: No
  • Kids: Teens and up
  • Housing Type: Townhome or Single Family
  • Fenced in yard: Required unless country home
  • Special: Odin had a broken pelvis. It is healed but still causes him pain from time to time. He will need to be on pain management for the rest of his life. His back left leg isn’t fully functional.
  • Adoption Fee: $850