Haus Happy Go Lucky Boy Turn Key Boy   

In shelter Dog

Norwalk, Connecticut, 06853
Terrier, Mixed
Tricolor (Tan, Brown & Black & White)
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Haus Happy Go Lucky Boy Turn Key Boy
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 I would suggest that Haus be an only dog so that he can get all of the love and attention.  He is supper sweet and loves everybody.  He would love a big yard.  He is doggie social. He is crate trained and house broken.  Just a big lover boy!! 2 years, 60 pounds. Ask for his videos! Friendly Haus was picked up as a stray, but has never met a stranger! In his foster home, Haus has met lots of new people and loves them all!  Peanut butter Kongs and Milk Bones are his most favorite! Haus enjoys the outside and with a little leash training would be a great walking Buddy! Haus’s heartworm treatment is complete. He does have an injured trachea which brings an occasional cough, but it doesn’t slow him down. Tail wagging Haus would love to snuggle his way into a heart and home! ❤️   As far as the trachea issue with Haus: He is experiencing no issues due to the injured trachea. With a collar and leash, he will wheeze a bit (I would suggest a harness). He acts completely fine and does not seem bothered by the injury. He is on no medication. He is a happy go lucky dog :)


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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