Warren Hood is better known as Fennec by his foster - like a Fennec Fox! This adorable dog with the magical ears has come a long way to get where he is today.
Fennec is a lover of humans, cuddles, play time, and zoomies. He somehow manages to combine gorgeous athleticism with endearing awkwardness. He'll soar through the air in a game of chase but toss him a ball and he's like that infamous video of a retriever missing the treat catch in hilarious slow motion.
Awkward catching skills or no, he's quite a smartypants who learns quickly and enjoys showing off his puzzle toy solving skills. Fennec is now putting those smarts to work as part of Dogs Out Loud, a training program to help shelter dogs meet their full potential. He is kicking some serious tushy on his training goals and building himself quite a fan club along the way.
Fennec has been saved twice from shelter euthanasia, no easy feat for a sensitive bully breed boy. He's hoping his luck holds and takes him all the way home to stay this time!
To learn more about Fennec or set up a time to meet him, email firstname.lastname@example.org!
*Did you know?
All Dogs Out Loud dogs come with comprehensive post-adoption support including:
·Free group training classes
·Free home visits
·$100 scholarship to local training facility when dog graduates from DOL program
·Lifetime adoption support guarantee including invitations to group hikes, Wine & Woof dog behavior gatherings, & free quarterly seminars
·Heartworm treatment for any heartworm positive dogs paid for by DOL through Animal Trustees of Austin
·Take home care packet including information folder & Patricia McConnell, Ph.D.'s Love Has No Age Limit
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