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Meet Hunter, a laidback, fun-loving young guy who is looking for his Forever Family. This frisky boy does not play with balls or toys, but he LOVES to play with other dogs, so we want to find him a home with another playful dog for him to romp with.
Like most Springers, Hunter always wants to be within sight of his humans, and he does not like to be alone for long periods of time. He absolutely must have a family in which someone is home most of the time. It’s also important for his people to take him with them on as many outings as possible. He loves car rides and enjoys sitting in the front seat, where all the action is. Hunter has become very attached to his foster dad, and he sometimes howls when his foster dad leaves the house without him. However, Hunter’s howling has lessened considerably as he has gotten comfortable in his new environment.
Hunter is very good on leash. He is housetrained and has good inside manners. He also loves to gently mouth his foster dad's hand when he can't entice the resident dog to play. Handsome Hunter gets along very well with the resident dog and cats, and he does well around children. He is neutered, is current on his vaccinations, and is taking monthly heartworm and flea/tick prevention.
This extremely sweet and loving guy is looking for a Forever Home that will give him the guidance and show him the unconditional love he deserves. Anyone interested in adopting Hunter must realize that in order for him to become a wonderful forever friend and family member, it is absolutely necessary to include him in all phases of the family’s life. He will thrive and enjoy any and all activities as long as his family is near him. If you have the time to devote loving Hunter and room in your heart and family for an affectionate, adorable Springer, please have an approved Adoption Application on file before inquiring, and be prepared to fall in love.
Please note that an approved application is the first step in a more thorough interview process that is designed to match each dog to exactly the right family, and that the final decision rests with the dog’s case manager.