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Hermes   

In shelter Dog

Jacksonville, FL, 32226
Pet name:
Hermes
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Labrador Retriever
Date:
05/04/2017
Colors:
Black
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Hermès is a handsome little gentleman. The following is the description the owner wrote when he dropped Hermes off at the shelter.
While at the shelter we find him to be very happy and loves people. He has been used to living in a truck with his owner. Hermes does not like cats so small dogs might be iffy.
To adopt Hermes you must live in Jacksonville. Have a vet reference, a fenced yard, & no small children under the age of 6. 

From Hermes previous owner: "Hermes is a very sweet and playful boy, he loves attention and snuggling. He doesnt bite and hardly ever barks though, If he feels like he is being ignored, hell place himself where you can see him and turn his back on you, peeking over his shoulder to make sure you notice.
He is house trained and is excellent about holding it. 
He seems good with other dogs and would probably love having someone to play with.  He might be okay with cats, but he might want to play when they dont want to, ; 
Though he is mostly Lab, he doesnt seem to like water much, doesnt like getting his baths either, though hell be okay once you start. 
He loved his squeaky pheasant plush toy and loves little mice made for cats, he tosses them in the air and tries to catch them.
Loves being called Happy Puppy & good boy.
He is great with a vacuum going in the room, is okay with thunder.
He seems good with kids too, sort of indifferent really, but not scared or agitated at all.
He loves having his neck and chest rubbed too."

Location


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