- Apr 23, 2013
- Reaction score
Location - Central California
Age - 1 1/2 years
Sex - Male
Weight - 31 pounds
Kids - Yes, 6 and over
Cats - Yes
Dogs - Yes
Fenced Yard - Required
Adoption Fee - $600.00
Ready... Set... Go! Hobart the wanderer has found his way onto the available page! Once alone on the streets without a home to call his own, Hobart was found by a Good Samaritan who very lovingly surrendered him to FBRN. Having already been micro-chipped and neutered, there wasn't much for FBRN to do except give Hobart a lot of love and some much needed weight. Hobart is an extremely healthy frog with all the energy and gusto that you'd expect from a young pup.
Hobart is as friendly and clownish as they come. He loves all animals, both great and small. But Hobart especially loves playing and rough housing with his bigger foster fur siblings. He has absolutely no food or toy aggression towards any of his foster fur siblings, even the kitties. Hobart loves people just as much as he loves critters. He does have puppy excitability, so small children should be watched around him in case he accidentally knocks them over.
Hobart is completely housebroken as well as crate trained. He's not always happy about going into his crate, but he will sleep quietly in it through the night. Hobart loves to play and run and after a quick little power nap, he does it all over again. Some of Hobart's favorite things are playing chase around the yard with his foster fur siblings and going on walks around the neighborhood. He also enjoys chewing on Nylabones and taking apart any stuffed animal he can get his paws on. Hobart knows some basic commands such as sit and stay and he also does well walking on a leash. He would do well and most likely really enjoy an obedience class with his forever family.
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