Hawk - 4 years old (Fostered in Sherrills Ford, NC)

Hawk - 4 years old (Fostered in Sherrills Ford, NC)

300.00

10/3/19: Hi All, its me Hawk. I have been in my foster home for 2 weeks and its way better than a shelter!! My FM and FD give me love as well as my fur FB. He annoys me at times but its well worth it. My FP's say I am pretty easy going. I really like the walks they take me on and visiting with people in the neighborhood and meeting the other dogs. I am working on my basic obedience, I have the sit thing and I can get to down for a few seconds! They say I am really starting to come out of my shell, I am doing the wiggle butt and I bounce when I am excited. I am looking forward to learning more from my FP's.

10/18/19: Hawk is a super sweet boy who has really come out of his shell in the last couple of weeks with the help of his annoying little fur brother Diesel. He now does a full on wiggle butt and bronco buck when he is excited and has begun to talk to us a little bit. Hawk has come to learn what treats are and loves getting them but still is not sure what these toys are that Diesel likes to play with. He sits like a good boy when it is treat time and listens very well when we are teaching him things. He had a great visit with his new friend Zoe for a couple days and got to go out on a boat to an island where he ran and played and splashed in the water. He loved spending time with Zoe and would do well with a mellow fur buddy or even as an only dog where he can spend his time hanging out with you. Hawk is very laid back and likes to nap and snuggle right in with you. He is a great boy!

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Dog's Name: Hawk

Dog's Approximate Age: 4

Gender: Male

Dog's Size: Medium (50lbs to 70lbs. as adult and healthy weight)

Good with small dogs?: Don't know yet

Good with big dogs?: Yes

Good with cats?: No

Good with kids?: Yes, all ages

Any medical issues?: Hawk is blind in his left eye and has some minor degeneration in right eye. The vet explained that the cause of the degeneration was the result of an untreated infection as opposed to a genetic disorder and suggested giving him supplements as a precaution.

Crate trained?: Yes

House trained?: Yes

Heartworms?: No