My name is Luke. I'm am a handsome Brittany/Hound neutered male. UTD on vaccines, HW- I'm a 2-year-old male and 60 pounds of pure muscle and love. It was a close call, but I was saved by NBRAN and pulled from a shelter in Houston.
Because of my young age, I have a lot of exuberance so I would be best living with someone that has good leadership skills with lots of time to teach me the ropes. My foster mum says I'm smart, very trainable and a quick learner. I know a few basic commands, like "sit, stay, down" and "off, and I will watch and follow you for direction because I like to learn. In fact, I know how to ride nice in the car, use the dog door, and NOT mark in the house.
I don't bark much, but when I do, it is to alert you. I will do well in a home with one owner or a couple without other pets, because I enjoy getting human attention all to myself. I'm currently in foster care with other dogs and I do get along with them, but it would be best for me to reside in a house without other pets.
My favorite things are: love/snuggles, play, a blankie to lay on, a short walk every day (once or twice around the block will do), breakfast and dinner, and of course TREATS!! I am ready to be part of your family!! I do need my blankie. Will you please make room for me in your heart and home?
If you are interested in adopting me, please visit www.NBRAN.org to complete an adoption application. Contact Nancy Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or Melinde Waddle at email@example.com . for more information after you have filled out the application. The fee to adopt Luke in TX is $325 to offset his vetting and to allow NBRAN to rescue more of these wonderful pets. Transportation can be arranged up 1400 miles with the adopter being responsible for the last 100 miles.
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