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Harley Hall

This is Harley Hall.  He is about 18 months to 2 years of age, very sweet, very handsome, vibrant and ready to be a best friend.  More info coming from his foster home soon.
 

UPDATE 4/8/06 from Harley Hall's foster home.....

He has greatly improved in all of his puppiness!  I do not think that he is 2yrs old anymore...more in the range of 1.5yrs old max. He is not crated during the hours I am not home and we have not had any major problems.  But I would not advise leaving anything out that is not one of his toys. He is a great dog...very friendly and loves everyone. He is cat curious but has not shown any aggression toward them so far. Harley will need an alpha type owner but trains very easily and is always willing to please.  He has no fear of anything and loves to ride in the car and take long walks. He is fully house trained but I do have him on a schedule of walking four times a day. He is a playful guy and likes toys, toys, and more toys, especially the ones that make noise. Harley is good with kids but he is still a puppy and very strong.  More updates to come.

 

Note and update on 4-15-06.  Harley Hall has had his final surgery.   He had his carnasal tooth (large lower
premolar on left side) extracted and his teeth cleaned last Wednesday.  He is doing well and the extraction was definitely needed...most of the tooth
had started to rot.  He is now able and ready to go to a new home.
 

 

 

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