Just call me Hunter. My first family decided I was apparently too much trouble so they left me at a kill shelter. Here I am at Heidi's Legacy and looking for a home. I am proud of myself because I am learning housetraining which no one worked with me on. I really don't like being left alone but I am becoming used to it. I am thin so my foster mommy and daddy are working to put some fat on my bones And i love the food they Serve. I am a very affectionate boy and I love to be hugged and loved. I also love to be brushed. Since coming here in less than a week, I have also learned how to use the doggie door, and I am very proud of myself. I have allergies but we seem to be getting them under control. I know it will take a bit but my eyes font itch as bad as when i got here.
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