Hank has arrived at his new foster home. He has a very loving, playful, and eager to please personality. Hank loves both exploring the outdoor space and snuggling on the couch. His new foster family can’t believe how well behaved and smart Hank is.
Hank is looking for a new foster home without other dogs. He gets very excited when meeting new people on leash and in his home. Because he needs some work with jumping and he does not realize his strength, a home with older children would be best for Hank. His foster home has continued to work on leash manners with daily walks and trips to the park. Hank is getting better at passing other dogs without pulling when they don’t react to him. Inside his home, Hank is very easygoing and relaxed. He enjoys playing with his toys and snuggling with his people. Hank is crated during the day with a mid-day break. He has also been fine for several hours outside of the crate when alone. If you can provide a foster or forever home for this sweet boy, apply for Hank!
Hank is doing great in his foster home. He loves going on adventures and is seeing many interesting things, such as bicycles, strollers, joggers, and other dogs. His leash manners are also improving. His foster mom is working hard to socialize him and expose Hank to new, exciting things. Hank would do great in a family that does not have other animals. He is so sweet with people and is a total goofball. Hank has a moderate energy level and is a happy, loving boy.
Hank has now been in his foster home for just over a week. He is wonderful with people, but does need some work with introductions to other dogs. Hank’s previous home reports that he does not do well with small dogs. He can be reactive to other dogs on leash and Hank has never been around cats. In his current foster home, he is going for walks with the female boxer but has been separated when in the home. Hank loves all new people that he meets. He is super sweet, loves to play, and wants to cuddle all the time. Hank settled quickly into his foster home. He is housebroken, crate trained, and has been fine loose in the house for short periods of time. Hank’s ideal home would be without other dogs at this time and with an adopter who will continue to work on his leash walking and socialization.
Hank is a 3 yr old boy who is being surrendered by his family. This will be his third home, through no fault of his own. Hank rides well in the car and knows many commands. He is housebroken and crate trained. Hank will be arriving this weekend at his new foster home, where he will be living with a female boxer. We will update his page once he gets settled in and his foster family learns more about him.