In shelter Dog

Holly Springs, Rutherford County, Nor...
Toy Terrier, Mixed
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Online Adoption Application › Hansel is a sweet boy who has come far from the day that he was surrendered to our care. He loves going for walks in wooded areas, rolling in the grass, and swimming in little pools or lakes. This loving dog is great with all animals big or small. Morning time is Hansel’s favorite time of the day. As soon as he wakes up he seeks out cuddles and genuinely looks forward to saying ‘good morning’ to you. Going for a trip to the dog park and getting lots of treats are the makings of a perfect day for this little man. Hansel is particularly fond of toys that squeak and always sniffs out spare slippers and socks to snuggle in bed with (yes he really cuddles with them). He loves sun naps and drags all his toys outside to take naps with him. This dog would be perfect for an outdoor enthusiast who is looking to add another dog to the family. Hansel will sleep all day if you let him, but when you bring him outside he unleashes all kinds of energy and joy. Due to the the world he grew up in, Hansel requires a week or two of patience for him to come out of his shell and show his true personality. He grows quite attached to whoever he bonds with. New environments are stressful for him but he adapts with praise and consistency. Hansel looks to other dogs in the home for guidance and confidence so having a doggie sibling or two in his adoptive home would be ideal. A calm and loving home will be best for our buddy but we think he'll do ok with older, quieter children too. Hansel is very attentive to his human's emotions and body language and would be an awesome addition to your family!  


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