51397 – Hunter
Why choose me?
Update from Hunter’s advocate 5/20: Had some unexpected time today so I took Hunter out for some quiet time. The shelter life hasn’t been kind to this guy – he’s pent up and over stimulated. He possibly came from a hunting background (it’s where he was found) so he doesn’t take kindly to other four legged creatures, simply because that’s probably how he was raised. He also seems to be very attached/needy. He had some anxiety issues in his last home, and even just today he’d get silly if I was ignoring him.
But at his core he’s a sweet and handsome dog who lives to please.
Update 5/5: Quite unfortunately, Hunter is back at the shelter after being adopted this past January. His previous owners did not have the time that he needed and thus he’s back looking for a new forever home. According to his previous owners, he is house and crate trained and knows basic commands. He is selective with the dogs that he likes, so he may do best in a house where he is the only dog. He was very well behaved with me and did well on the leash. He was very calm and didn’t bark at all. This boy deserves a second chance at a happy and fulfilling life.
Oh Hunter, it breaks my heart to see you back at the shelter.
Hunter is a super friendly fella that loves to cuddle. He would make a perfect companion to someone out there. He would be great in a home with kids, he is very gentle.
Hunter is a little stressed now that he’s back at the shelter, but I can’t blame him. He thought he had a forever and it turned out to be not the best fit. He prefers someone with a routine, as he is a creature of habit and settles in nicely with a constant routine. His mom had to take a job with shift changes, so it was just not sitting well with him and he was getting anxious.
Once you get Hunter out of his kennel, he is alllll about getting pets and attention, and even a few kisses here and there. He is neutered, microchipped, and vetted, so he can leave anytime! He’s also house trained. Come meet Hunter and see if he’s the good buddy you’ve been looking for!
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