Dog: Hazel

Age:  1 year old, estimated dob: 3/1/2023

Weight: 76 lbs

Location: Philadelphia, PA


Good with other dogs?: Yes.

Good with cats? Unknown.  Will not be placed with a cat.

Good with children? Unknown.  Will not be adopted to a home with very small children.  No children under about 12.

Activity Preference: Would like a daily walk, zoomies, exploring the yard, naps.

IQ: average

Favorite Things: Treats!!  Exploring, walks, chewing a bone.

Good at: meeting dogs, staying in a crate, behaving in the house, going for car rides, listening to commands.

Ideal home: Hazel is a jumper and will require a 6ft fenced yard, an adult home a lot, where she will get lots of exercise

Training Needs: Hazel knows commands and is a great listener for a dog so young.  It’s always a good idea to always keep working on training.

Health issues: No health issues.

Meet Hazel:

Hazel is a shy, sweet young pup who recently arrived to ABR after being saved from a home where she lived with at least a dozen other dogs.  She hasn’t been with us very long and we still getting to know her.  We will update her bio as learn more.
We do know that Hazel endured a long trip to get to us here in Philadelphia and that everyone who met her on her trip just loved her!  She is house and crate trained.  Hazel does well with other dogs but is cautious with new situations with both dogs and humans.  She likes to hang back and watch before jumping in to new situations.  If she were to have a canine companion in her forever home, a confident, playful male would be best. That is what we know so far.  Look for updates!

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