Name: Harry Radio
Age: Approximate DOB 1/18/13
Breed: Labrador Retriever mix
Weight: 59 pounds
Dog friendly: Yes
Cat friendly: Unknown
Kid friendly: Yes
House trained: Yes
Crate trained: Yes
Energy level: Moderate
History: Pulled from a shelter
Adoption Fee: $300
From the Foster: Harry Radio is a very sweet dog. He'll charm you with his puppy dog eyes and quiet demeanor. He is fairly low energy and would make a good companion for humans or animals that are the same. For this reason, high energy pets or small humans likely would make him anxious. Harry will happily lie next to you on the floor or snuggle up to you on the couch. He has done very well in social situations with other dogs and people provided you introduce him at a pace he's comfortable with.
All dogs are in individual foster homes throughout the Twin Cities.
I f you would like to meet/adopt this animal or anyone else, then please fill out an adoption application at http://secondhandhounds.org/
adoption-information/and the foster(s) will be in touch! Keep in mind that there may be multiple applicants applying for the same animal(s). You only need to complete 1 application for multiple animals that you're interested in.
Note - We change an animal's listing to say "PENDING ADOPTION" when they already had a meet and greet with a family who plans to adopt that animal. We put "NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS" on a listing when an animal has multiple applications in and the foster has asked to stop accepting any more while they review the applications they've already received.
If you would like to be a foster for Secondhand Hounds, then please fill out a foster application, http://secondhandhounds.org/
fostervolunteer-information/You can choose the type of animal you'd like to foster and we will supply everything you need (food, collar, bowls, crate, etc.) while the animal is in your care. fostering-101/
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