【Age】4.5 months old
(As of Jan 2019)
Hank’s mother was found wandering around a construction site and would hide away at night. The workers then found the mother and her litter of, around two months old, pups. They took the mother and the siblings to the vet where sadly, one of Hank’s siblings passed away due to malnutrition the next day. Hank’s mother was TNVR (Trap, Neuter, Vaccination, Release) back onto where she was captured, because she couldn’t be near people and she has used to living in the wild that she wouldn’t adjust into home life. Hank is the only male in the littler and his sisters has fortunately, all found their respective homes very soon. Hank is looking forward to find his permanent loving home and start a new chapter of his life as well!
Hank is great with people and loves playing with other dogs. He is great with kids and also loves to play with the cat that’s living in the foster’s home. He is still learning to go potty outside, but he knows to go pee/poo on peepad indoors. Hank walks great on a leash and friendly to strangers, including male strangers. He is food-motivated, but he does not guard his food again people or other dogs. Hank will grow to be medium-sized and he will be a great companion for snuggling on the couch or hiking on a trail! Contact Second Chance In Life Foundation for more details.