History: Fate would control Hobo's young life, as he wondered into a very rescue friendly person's yard with an open fractured back leg. She immediately took him to the vet where yet another person was there to assist Hobo, in getting into the right rescue, ours! We are very thankful to everyone who assisted Hobo along his journey to getting medical attention, healing and the folks who helped with transporting him to PWD! Everyone in the right place at the right time for a very injured dog, and a second chance at finally finding a loving family. He has touched so many hearts!
Here is a little of what his foster mom had to say about him during his recuperation, "Hobo was one of the easiest dogs I have ever fostered, he is so good natured and got along great with all my dogs including my little bossy female, Queen bee. I have a 5 year old and he did absolutely great with him, it just like he loved everyone. When we went to the vets for checkups, he would ride in my back seat and just loved being chauffeured. He would do great companion dog to any family."
Hobo has been with us for about 2 weeks now, and doing great! Loves the dogs, thrives on human attention, and all around friendly dog! He even likes to play with tennis balls. He has settled so nicely here at the rescue. Another beautiful sweet hound that is ready for find his forever home.
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