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Hooters is a young male mastiff mix, about 85lbs. In the south when something is funny we may say it’s a “Hoot”. Well that’s how this big guy got his name. He’s sweet, and oh so funny. His prance will make you giggle out loud. He doesn’t meet a stranger and thinks everyone understands he’s a lap boy. He also loves other dogs, but…at his size he can be too much for some. He loves to romp and tumble, he plays full force. He’s in my home with 5 other dogs weighing from 20lbs to 135lbs, he’s too much for our smallest but does great with all the others. Hooters is house and kennel trained, now that doesn’t mean he loves his kennel, he’d much rather be resting on the sofa. While he does fairly well left out with a couple other dogs, he does ever once in a while get bored and tackle a pillow. No rope toys as he thinks they should be consumed. He is best with an antler or good bone.
Hooters was found as a stray in Louisiana and never claimed. He was HW positive and had received his treatment. This poor boy almost lost his life while in the Louisiana shelter because he presented with an UTI. Wow, that would have been so tragic.
Hooters learns something every day, he’s learning to walk nicely on leash, he loves the water, and he’s learning not to counter surf. His ideal home would be with another dog about his size, male or female, he lives with 3 boys right now and 2 girls, he loves them equally.
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