Hunter

February 10, 2012

We’ve only had Hunter for less than a week, but we are already seeing drastic changes.  When Hunter first came to us, he wouldn’t even come in the house. He
had never been in a house, so we had to coach him in and down the stairs.
Now, he has no problems coming in the house as well as making himself at home.

hunter 2 HunterHunter may look like a big boy, but he is still a puppy. He loves to chew on squeeky toys and bones and far he hasn’t chewed on anything in the house that he shouldn’t (fingers crossed it stays that way!). He can be very hyper and excited at times (like when people come to visit him), but calms down within minutes.

hunter 3 HunterAmazingly enough for a dog that had never been in a house, Hunter is house trained! He hasn’t had any accidents in the house and will cry to be let outside when he needs to go.  He is also great in the car. He just sits nicely in the back seat and watches the world go by out the window.

hunter HunterHunter gets along great with other dogs and people.  We haven’t kid or cat tested him yet though.  We don’t anticipate a problem with kids (although his rambunctious moments may be a bit much for some kids) but how he’ll be with cats is anybody’s guess at this point.

hunter 4 HunterHunter is a very happy guy who always has a smile on his face!  He’d love to put a smile on yours too.  Send us an email if you’d like to meet this goofy, loveable guy.

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