Meet adorable Hurley! Hurley is 6 years old and around 15 pounds.
Hurley was left at a local shelter on a freezing cold morning in a crate at the end of the shelters driveway. Hurley wasn't able to walk on his hind legs. The shelter took X-rays and found no broken bones or spinal damage and after some rest Hurley is now walking and he is improving each day. He is almost back to 100% and his gait is amost back to normal now.
Hurley wasn't doing well in the shelter atmosph ere and needed a foster home and a rescue who could work with him. You see Hurley is a bit fearful at first when he is in a new environment and can nip. Its like PTSD really. Therefore we are working with him to get through his fears. Hurley will do well in a home without children or cats. He likes other dogs, loves walks and his squeaky toys. He is house trained and walks well on a leash. He does like to snuggle once he trusts no one is going to hurt him. A seasoned dog person would be best for dear Hurley to continue the training he is currently getting in foster.
Every Underdog has been spayed or neutered, micro-chipped, flea/tick treated, de-wormed, and received rabies, bordetella and distemper/parvo vaccines. All dogs have had a recent visit to the vet as well.
adoption fee is $350
We offer a 10% discount for seniors, veterans and students. All of our dogs are in foster homes. We have an adoption application, we check references and visit your home as part of our adoption process.
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