He is 2.5 and as a puppy loved everyone and everything. Due to circumstances his mommy had to give him up. He has been at the shelter for awhile and is starting to give up. He is starting to get insecure, and display kennel reactivity.
** You must be a savvy dog owner... He does not like strangers but will warm up to people. Ideally Henry's second shot at a real life would be with someone who does not have people over all the time, has patience to help Henry work through his fear, and has an abundant amount of love. Preferably Henry would be your one and only! No other dogs, no kids and not cats.
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