This sweet guy was found out in Humble on the soccer fields. As soon as people showed up he made his rounds to see who was going to help.
Lenny is a yellow lab mix, with a guess at age to be around 3-4 years old . He clearly loves people including kids . He was not even phased by the cheering and yelling going on around him once the game started. Just completely chilled out. He was completely unreactive to all the other dogs out there, even before he was leashed. He just kept moving on.
He was walked on leash all over the park to see if HOPEFULLY his family was there but just letting him run around. Nobody claimed him. We walked over to the maintenance shed to ask the guys there, but he did not belong there. We walked to the different concession stands, but he did not belong there either. It honestly felt like we were in the book Are You My Mother?
By his AMAZING temperament, you can tell he has had a family and been a great dog!!
He's currently in a foster home with another high energy dog and does great! He likes to romp around, but also is very content being a couch potato. He's got great house-manners too.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in adopting this precious guy! You can read all about our adoption process, as well as make a donation for his care, on our website at www.scoutshonor.org.
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