Meet handsome Glenn!
Glenn is a very mellow boy, observant and well behaved. He is your average puppy, affectionate,
cuddly and energetic. Glenn may seem shy and skittish when introduced to strangers or new
environment; however, since he is very food motivated, so it’s easy to bond with him with the
help of yummy treats. Once the trust is built, he will become the most cuddly and affectionate
dog ever. The main issue of Glenn is he tends to be shy with strangers, but once he warms up
he's a total goofy love ball!
He is a bit cautious and timid to try new things, but with little encouragement, he will move
along. He loves doggie playmates; it would be ideal for Glenn to be the additional dog for family
that already has dog of similar size. He is a great temperament pup; with some basic training
and proper socialization, Glenn will make a great family dog! Please watch the attached video
clips to get to know Glenn better.
Glenn was rescued along with his littermates when they were found by a rescuer during a heavy
downpour. The rescuer was driving through a country road and had to stop on the side of the
road when she heard puppies whimpering. It took her awhile to locate them. Eventually she
found them in a ditch huddled together, starving and covered in mud. It was obvious the puppies
were dumped in the secluded countryside road and was left there to die. The rescuer knew the
puppies would have little chance of survival, so she managed to get them all out of the ditch. All
puppies were taken to the vet where they received treatment. Glenn is one of these lucky
Glenn is current on all vaccinations and rabies shot. He is ready for his forever home. We are
looking for a home that understands the responsibilities of owning and raising a puppy. Glenn is
patiently waiting for a home to call his own! Please open your heart and welcome Glenn to
become part of your life. Glenn will return you with his unconditional love and loyalty!
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