Henry has lived through so much in his short 18 months. He has been starved 'for the hunt' and left abandoned in the woods by the hunter who was supposed to care about him. On his own in the woods, visually impaired and frightened was a scary time for our sweet boy. We truly believe that Henry's sweet and curious spirit kept him alive. Henry has gotten his first taste of the good life...food and fresh water every day, a warm bed in a house to sleep in, treats, walks....and lots of love! He's doing very well. He has mastered his housebreaking skills, he is crate trained, and he's very sociable and loving. Henry just loves life! He is up to date on vaccinations and microchipped. This is what we know about Henry right now from his current foster: he is personable and loves to give and receive love and attention, he is curious and comical and learning to play, he is cautious with other dogs and should be with dogs of his size or larger, he should be fed separately from other furkids (simply because he is learning how to be a dog), he is quiet and does sleep through the night in a crate, he is learning what to do with toys, and he is doing a great job at mastering his leash skills. He would probably do best with dogs of his own size. If you would like to learn more about Henry please contact our rescue.
Adoption Fee: $350
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