I am up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Hudson is a handsome “little” man who did not have such a great start in life. Born to a Border Collie and Labrador mom mixed mom and an Akita dad, Hudson spent the first six weeks of his life living outside with only a make shift dog house for shelter and no litter mates to keep him warm. The first four weeks of his life were spent without human contact, and the next two weeks he received it only sparingly. He was never offered food and water, only his mom’s milk, until coming to his foster home at six weeks of age.
Fortunately for Hudson, this hasn’t affected him one bit. After a day or two to warm up to his foster family, he has made himself right at home. He has put on weight, topping the scales at 11 pounds at seven weeks of age. He has had his first puppy shots and been dewormed. He is happy, healthy and loves life.
Hudson is fine with other dogs, and is in a foster home with children ranging from age 3 to age 16. He also has a cat in his foster home. He is working on crate training, but he doesn’t much care for his “box”. He sleeps in bed with one of his kids and does absolutely find snuggled up by the pillow.
Hudson is doing absolutely wonderful at house breaking. I would not call him completely house broke, because he is still very much a puppy. However, he will whine and circle to let you know he has to go outside and as long as you watch him, he should do just fine.
He has the absolutely softest coat to go along with his sweetheart personality. He is extremely gentle and loves to run in the yard. He stays right with my youngest and adores her. Hudson is a pretty quiet puppy; the only time I have heard him bark (outside of being in his crate for the first few minutes) is a few times during play.
Hudson’s wish is to find a home for Christmas. He wants a forever and ever home like he has heard about. Please give this gorgeous guy a chance at life!
The first step in the adoption process is to fill out an online adoption application. You can find a copy of that application here. We sometimes receive a lot of interest on an animal and can't always reply to each email in a timely manner. An application does not obligate you to adopt from us, but it does show that you are serious about the adoption process. Please remember we are all volunteers.
After you submit your application please allow a few days for a volunteer to review your application. During this time your vet reference will be checked and a volunteer with determine if it is the best match for you and the animal. Applications are not approved on a first come, first serve basis. We match up the best home for the animal, so even if the pet has other applications, this does not meet he/she will be adopted to that home.
Once your application has been approved a volunteer with contact you to set up a phone interview. This is the perfect time for you to ask any questions you have about the adoption process and the animal you are interested in.