All about me!
Breed: Great Pyrenees/Standard Poodle
Age: est birthdate: Sept. '09
Height: est 35 inches
Weight: about 100 lbs
Good with dogs? yes
Good with men? loves 'em
Good with women? loves 'em
House trained? yes
Crate trained? yes
Leash trained? yes
Must have fenced in yard? yes
Foster home is: Dreamweaver Farms Pacolet SC
Adoption fee: $399.00
Why am I with a rescue group? Henry is on his 3rd trip here and this time through no fault of his own. Henry was placed 4 years ago but his owner passed suddenly and Henry is back with us.
Henry is a unique dog and a truly beautiful one inside and out. Henry gets along well with other dogs and is a good leader. He can romp and play with young dogs and loves to sit in the sun. He loves to play with toys and loves treats and food. He would be easy to take through the levels in training because he is so treat and toy motivated.
When Henry left here the first time, he was a pistol. He's come back a pussy cat. He's had good care and consistent training and his previous owner worked wonders with him. While we still want to exercise caution - he is after all a very big dog - he has a whole lot to offer.
Henry says - my perfect home is probably with a single woman. I really like to bond close to my person and I would love to be the apple of someone's eye. I love affection. I love car rides. I love to travel. I enjoy long walks and snuggle time at night (my caregivers say I think I'm a chihuahua, I don't know how big I am and I think I should fit in your lap).
I will cover you with kisses if I like you. I'm working on not slobbering too much.
Here are the no's - no kids. No leaving him alone all day. No apartments or townhouses.
Other than that, let's talk. When you walk down the street with Henry, everybody is going to be looking at you. He's stunning.
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