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Hunter is a loving, sweet, affectionate, and happy 2 ½ year old Beagle/Terrier mix who was rescued from the Moreno Valley Animal Shelter. He very cutely trots around Beagle style all over the yard with his tail straight up in the air like a flag. However, Hunter is very much a mix, and weighs only 14-15 lbs. We would call him a “Velcro dog,” as he enjoys hanging out with you. He enjoys laying near you in the same room that you are in, or if you are sitting on the couch, he wants to sit next to you, or, be in your lap. Hunter walks well on the leash and gets very excited when the leash appears, though it is best to walk him using a harness. He prances while he walks and does not seem to be bothered by barking dogs around him.
Hunter gets along with all people and would be fine with kids too, but opening doors without being careful to shut them may result in Hunter walking out the front door to explore, though he has never gone too far. He would be fine with other dogs or as the only dog in the home. He is not a barker, but will “alert bark.” He has an active side, (he likes to explore stuff and follow you around, take walks, and has a playful side), as well as a quiet side (his favorite spot is to lay on the leather couch!) so we see him being placed with people who enjoy doing some activities with their canine friend too, and not just sitting around all day.
Hunter is crate-trained and sleeps quietly in his crate at night once he is used to his new environment. The adjustment only takes a day or two. Currently, Hunter sleeps loose in the dog room with the other dogs, but we suspect that he would prefer to sleep in the “big bed” with the humans. He is potty- trained (however, potty reinforcement is needed in any new environment). Initially, Hunter was not interested in playing with the other dogs, but now, he rough houses with Sadie, the Golden Retriever, and to a lesser extent Maggie, the West Highland Terrier. With Sadie his play includes lots of play growling and neck chewing. He shows no aggression towards the cat, however, he does want to chase her. He does not appear to have had any basic training but would learn fast. He responds well to correction.
Hunter is neutered, de-wormed, vaccinated including rabies, and micro-chipped. If you are interested in Hunter, please contact Angel’s Heart Dog Rescue at: email@example.com . The phone number to the rescue is: 626-340-9316. There is no need to phone the rescue until you have first submitted an interest via e-mail. Please visit my website at: http://www.angelsheartdogrescue.com and go to the Adoption Tab to read about the adoption process and fees; thank you!