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In shelter Dog

New Canaan, CT, 06840
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Coat length:
Introducing Good Boy Hector. He is the complete package. Playful, sweet and a little bit silly at times. When he has something to say, he spells it out like a beagle: Aayy, Oow, Uow! (Followed by a head tilt).

Hector was surrendered to a kill shelter in SC together with him mommy and 2 other puppies after their owner died. His mom had wounds on her neck from being chained up her whole life, so this was probably the best thing that could have happened to Hector.

Hector is 8 months old and weighs 28 lbs. His mommy (shown in the video) is a black and white 25 lbs beagle mix. We think that Hector will end up around 35 lbs when fully grown.

When Hector came to us he had a mild case of "cherry eye" that can be seen in some of the photos. Hector has since had his surgery. He has made a complete recovery and his eye looks perfect.

He does have a piece missing from one of his ears after being attacked by a bigger dog. Its not really visible facing him forward, but you can see the cut from behind. It is located right where the ear folds. Photo in the gallery.

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