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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Griswold, CT, 06351
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
Coat length:
Meet Hogan!

Hogan is a 3 year old ABD mix

Watch this video of Hogan!
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Weighing in at about 40lbs, he is a true medium sized dog.

Hogan is smarter than most dogs and has shown an incredible transformation since working with a trainer. He went from not knowing how to focus his intense energy to a responsive and moldable dog. He is food motivated and is eager to please when a treat is the reward. 

Hogan does very well in a crate and on a leash. He is house trained but when he says he has to go, he really has to go! Hogan enjoys playing fetch with his toys and does particularly well after getting his energy out. 

Hogans ideal home is with an experienced and strong owner who wont let him backslide into old habits. He prefers a house without cats and will need to be properly introduced to other dogs - preferably ones of his size or larger due to his play style. No kids under 14 please. 

Hogan loves to snuggle his people and wants to be near you whenever possible.
Wings of Freedom Animal Rescue (860) 942-9871


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