Meet Scout! He is about 2.5 months old and may have some Lab in his mix, based on looks. In his foster home, Scout is working on house-training, but has no experience in a crate and has not yet walked on leash. He could go to a forever home with other dogs, cats, and/or respectful children 5+.
His foster says: "This little boy cracked us up! He was the biggest but he was also the baby. He cried for us to pick him up and then just snuggled into whoever was holding him. Scout is probably the most snuggly but also loves to play with toys and his siblings. Scout is such a handsome boy. His dark brindle looks black in photos and is really beautiful mixed with white. Scout made us laugh a lot too. We always think the big boy may be a bully but not Scout. Honestly, they all thought they were the same size and played and wrestled and had fun together every day. Scout loved to nap as most of them did but he was
one of the last to get up. Scout posed for every photograph. I even held Scout and some of the others like a baby, belly up. Very trusting puppies."
Adopters will be home for most of the day (e.g., work from home, dog friendly office, stay at home, etc.) to provide their puppy with daily, positive, new experiences with people and other dogs, and life skills through training. Adopters will need to teach their puppy house-training and crate-training. Enrolling in a puppy training class with a certified positive reinforcement dog trainer is required for adoption.
He is available for direct adoption with an approved adopter in Hopkinton by appointment. Please fill out an application on our website as a first step.
- Please thoughtfully discuss with your entire household the physical, financial, and emotional responsibilities of a puppy/dog BEFORE applying to adopt.
- Puppies/dogs may not be given as gifts or surprises.
- More information about our adoption process, application and adoption fee can be found at browndogcoalition.com
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