Wow guys, wow! My name is Herman! Honestly, I don’t like to stop playing for very long but the Fukids people told me I have to tell people about myself if I want to find a home. So let me make this quick so I can get back to the important business of running around and smiling. Okay, so you might notice that I’m a little chubby which is weird 'cause I exercise like all the time. The staff thinks my former owners must have overfed me but nobody knows for sure because I was picked up as a stray and I can’t remember. What else? Oh yeah, I like other dogs and I would probably really like some kids who could keep up with my energy level. Or at least some active adults who understand how important it is to have fun! Let’s see, oh, and I like treats, which I will sit for on command, and I am also learning to walk on a leash as well, it's tough. I am very calm in my crate but when you let me out I will give you a nice lick hello. Okay, I gotta go! Time to play! Apply to adopt me!
Update: My foster family reports that: “Herman is a very loyal boy he will follow you everywhere he will always snuggle with you. He is also crate trained the longest we’ve been all gone from home this past week was 6hrs and he can last just fine. He is mostly potty trained but has had a few accidents based on us not letting him out enough, but it can’t be corrected easily. He must be watched when he is around cats because he has darted and chased them before. He loves to go on car rides and loves walks. He is such a sweet boy and vey obedient.”
Since Herman’s estimated birthdate is 07/26/2012, his adoption fee is $275 [senior citizens (age 62 and older) and military personnel receive a 15% discount on adoption fees]. If you want to know more about Herman and to speak to an Adoption Counselor, please complete an application at https://furkids.org/dog-adoptions/application. Must be at least 21 years of age to apply.
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