Meet my foster boy HAWK!
Now this truly is one fun dog to have around, my boy Hawk is under two years old, and is believed to be a Rottweiler/German shepherd mix.
Hawk is a bigger boy, is roughly around 80 to 85 pounds.
Hawk is in excellent shape both physically and mentally.
This dog does not have one mean bone in his body, he is very sociable with other dogs and people, loves to be around both, another true social butterfly!
When Hawk first came to our facility, he had very little in the way of leash skills and social manners, but he is progressing very nicely.
Definitely a very intelligent and observational dog ,and as any true classic working dog, he loves to please and work for his humans.
Hawk loves playing and roughhousing with the other dogs and takes corrections from other dogs and humans very nicely.
This guy can be quite mischievous and playful, so patience would be needed with this guy but he is such a lovable character it is hard to be upset with him when he does something that he is not supposed to.
While Hawk has great play energy, he also knows when its time to be quiet and chill and just hang with his humans.
We are honored to foster this handsome boy for Sandy Paws rescue out of Fond du Lac, so if you are interested in adopting this handsome boy you would have to complete the adoption paperwork through the SPR website at SandiPaws.org, but we can help you through the process.
Feel free to reach out to me with any questions about this handsome boy.
Thanks for looking!
Thank you for your interest in a Sandi Paws Rescue, Inc. Please visit our site at sandipaws.org for more information on our organization or to fill out an application to adopt one of our pets. You can find information for volunteering on our site as well.
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