Age:8 month

Weight: 45 pounds

Location: Annapolis, MD

Nicknames: Hank tank

Good with other dogs?: Yes.Hank loves other dogs! He gets so excited meeting new doggie friends his tail spins like a helicopter. Hank has met lots of other puppies his age and older dogs. He is deferential to older dogs but can get a bit wild with pups his age. Hank wants to play, play, play and should be matched with another energetic, playful pup.

Good with cats? Cat tested and went well

Good with children? OK for kids over: 8

Activity Preference: Hope you like to run long distances!, Needs in-house activities, Up for a long hike any day.

IQ: Average

Hank’s favorite things: Hank’s favorite thing to do is explore. He is a zoomie master and loves to romp in the yard. He is constantly chasing leaves and wrestling with his brother.

Hank forever home must haves:1) doggie friend2) fenced yard3) lots of chewies and plushie toys

Hank is good at: meeting people, meeting dogs, staying in a crate, going for car rides, walking on a leash, playing

Ideal home: another dog, a fenced yard, Lots of exercise opportunities

Training Needs: socialization with people, socialization with dogs, leash training, needs obedience training

Health issues: None

Meet Hank

Hank is a super fun, energetic puppy. He is a confident boy that loves meeting new people and other dogs. His days are currently spent chewing antlers and plushies, wrestling with his brother, and running the yard. He is fascinated by the butterfly bush and can’t wait to catch a butterfly. He would make a great trail buddy because he loves to be outside. This outdoorsman doesn’t shy away from a little thunder or rain, that just adds to the fun! We are recommending a home with a doggie sibling because Hank thrives in the presence of other pups.

Hank is crate trained and has worked hard to learn proper crate etiquette (like not rushing out as soon as the door opens). He is potty trained and can make it through the work day without accident. He is used to a good walk or play session in the yard before work, a midday potty break, and an opportunity for zoomies after work. He is very exuberant so he is still learning good manners, like no jumping. For that reason, we don’t recommend a home with kids under 8yo because they could be easily knocked down or scratched.