*a tiny boy with lots of personality!
*is quiet, doesnt bark
*is good with dogs
*is likely good with cats, but untested yet with cats
*calm in the car with a doggie seat belt
*working on housebreaking
This is what Henry's foster mom has to say about Henry:
Don't let Henry's small stature fool you! Pound for pound (all nine of them) is packed with personality. Henry is happy whether he is hanging out with his friends in the playroom or cuddling with his foster mom on the couch. Henry's gentle nature and soulful eyes will met your heart! Henry does have neurological impairment. Behaviors occasionally seen can be spinning, head bobbing and freezing. He is not able to control his right rear foot, but that doesn't stop him from having lots of personality and giving cuddles! Just take a look at his video to see how normally he moves about! Please fill out an adoption if you'd like to make Henry a part of your family!
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