Our boy Hudson is a rare find in a dog. This boy was born in November of 2014 and taken to a shelter in Lexington KY with his littermates. He was then adopted from the shelter at 8 weeks of age And lived with a loving single mom until just recently when she found she could not afford to feed all her dogs and care for them. We now have this handsome Shephard mix boy in our care and Have promised her that we will find a wonderful forever family to love him. He loves the great outdoors and at 81 pounds (he could stand to gain 10 more pounds) he would require a nice, safe fenced yard to help him get the most of his greatly desired time outside. He is housebroken and is the most compliant dog you will ever meet. He is even scared of making the King Charles Cavalier dog friend mad if he goes in the foster parents’ bedroom. He is not a bully in any sense of the word and he is wonderful with people. His foster dad cannot say enough about how loving and easy he is to be with. Foster dad John says he is one of his all time favorite fosters and that is saying A LOT! He is tall…very tall and we think he might have some Wolfhound or Borzoi in him. His frame is lean and slim and his prance is that of a finely bred dog. He truly is amazing. Hudson will make someone who loves the large breed dogs a wonderful companion in life. Don’t miss out on making him your own!
PLEASE NOTE: Our dogs are transported from Tennessee to meeting places in the states where we have posted. Further information about us is given on our Adopt-A-Pet site. The adoption fees vary and will be provided as well as noted on the application you receive. Contact us at 615-661-5333 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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