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My name is Robin!
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Facts about me

Breed
Mixed Breed (Medium)
Color
Tan/Yellow/Fawn
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
BHOU-A-2051

My info

Small blue checkmark Purebred

My story


Robin LOVES belly rubs once he warms up to a person. He will let you know when the time is right to give that belly rub, too, and it's so endearing. He gets nightly belly rubs before bed currently, and honestly, who could resist rubbing that belly! He's a smart boy, also! He listens to directions, and he is learning to listen to commands such as "sit. In response, expects his treats just like any other good boy.


Robin has come a long way since he came into our program. He was initially shy and nervous, but he's warming up nicely to his fosters and enjoys his doggie friends.
Some of his favorite things, aside from belly rubs, are chew toys, like kongs, and hanging with his doggie friends. His foster says he is a beautiful dog with a lot of great qualities and would benefit from a lot of patience and a quiet non-chaotic household.


He can have a hard time being alone, so we think he would do best in a home with someone who is around most of the time and already has one pup or more in their family. Robin doesn't like going out on leash very much yet, but his kind foster is patiently working with him on getting used to the leash. In the meantime, his foster has a very big yard that he enjoys running around and playing in - which is just too cute to watch!

Robin is 2.5 years old and weighs 47lbs.

Ready to meet Robin? Let us know by filling out the following adoption survey: https://airtable.com/shrvXzomHUc8ar1C4

Robin LOVES belly rubs once he warms up to a person. He will let you know when the time is right to give that belly rub, too, and it's so endearing. He gets nightly belly rubs before bed currently, and honestly, who could resist rubbing that belly! He's a smart boy, also! He listens to directions, and he is learning to listen to commands such as "sit. In response, expects his treats just like any other good boy.


Robin has come a long way since he came into our program. He was initially shy and nervous, but he's warming up nicely to his fosters and enjoys his doggie friends.
Some of his favorite things, aside from belly rubs, are chew toys, like kongs, and hanging with his doggie friends. His foster says he is a beautiful dog with a lot of great qualities and would benefit from a lot of patience and a quiet non-chaotic household.


He can have a hard time being alone, so we think he would do best in a home with someone who is around most of the time and already has one pup or more in their family. Robin doesn't like going out on leash very much yet, but his kind foster is patiently working with him on getting used to the leash. In the meantime, his foster has a very big yard that he enjoys running around and playing in - which is just too cute to watch!

Robin is 2.5 years old and weighs 47lbs.

Ready to meet Robin? Let us know by filling out the following adoption survey: https://airtable.com/shrvXzomHUc8ar1C4
Rescue

Best Friends Animal Society - Houston

Contact info

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Additional adoption info

If you are interested in adopting, please email: HoustonAdoption@bestfriends.org or call us at 281-899-8348
If you are interested in adopting, please email: HoustonAdoption@bestfriends.org or call us at 281-899-8348

More about this rescue

Best Friends Animal Society is a leading national animal welfare organization dedicated to ending the killing of dogs and cats in America's shelters. In addition to running lifesaving programs in partnership with more than 2,400 animal welfare groups across the country, Best Friends has regional centers in New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta and Salt Lake City, and operates the nation's largest no-kill sanctuary for companion animals. Founded in 1984, Best Friends is a pioneer in the no-kill movement and has helped reduce the number of animals killed in shelters nationwide from 17 million per year to about 1.5 million. That means there are still more than 4,100 dogs and cats killed every day in shelters, just because they don’t have safe places to call home. We are determined to get that number to zero by the year 2025. Become a fan of Best Friends on Facebook. Follow Best Friends on Twitter (@BestFriends) and Instagram (@BestFriendsAnimalSociety).
Best Friends Animal Society is a leading national animal welfare organization dedicated to ending the killing of dogs and cats in America's shelters. In addition to running lifesaving programs in partnership with more than 2,400 animal welfare groups across the country, Best Friends has regional centers in New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta and Salt Lake City, and operates the nation's largest no-kill sanctuary for companion animals. Founded in 1984, Best Friends is a pioneer in the no-kill movement and has helped reduce the number of animals killed in shelters nationwide from 17 million per year to about 1.5 million. That means there are still more than 4,100 dogs and cats killed every day in shelters, just because they don’t have safe places to call home. We are determined to get that number to zero by the year 2025. Become a fan of Best Friends on Facebook. Follow Best Friends on Twitter (@BestFriends) and Instagram (@BestFriendsAnimalSociety).