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In shelter Dog

Landers, CA, 92285
Pet name:
Hooks Home Bound Rescue received the call from a supporter stating her son, Craig Bellinger, had died. Craig was a rescuer himself and had several dogs that needed to be rescued from an off-the-grid location. Our team went to the location and pulled out 8 dogs and brought them into our rescue. Each one was scared and needed quite a bit TLC. Some needed medical attention as well. Even though it was a traumatic experience, I have over come my fear and I am now ready for my fur-ever home. The meaning of my name: Hooks Home Bound Rescue names each dog after a fallen tow truck driver, "Hook", I was named after: Grace E. Hawkins She was an author that published and promoted tow truck books. She was also an advocate for promoting safety in the tow industry. My Medical Status Thanks to Hooks Home Bound Rescue, I am now up to date on shots, fixed and the registration to my micro-chip is with them. Compatibility Status I would do great in a home, apartment, or condo. I get along with other dogs my size. I love to play, jump on the bed, and play tug of war. I am on the hyper side but I am full of love. Give me a chance and I will prove to you what a great dog I am.


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