Handsome Henry is a sweet and playful German Shepherd/Alaskan Malumute mix. He’s a sweet and silly boy who loves to give kisses and will try to climb in your lap if you let him.
Found abandoned in a local park, Henry is an easy-going dog who adapts easily to new situations and people. He doesn’t demand a lot of attention, and loves tummy-rubs and chasing toys, especially soft, fluffy ones. Henry has lived happily with other dogs, and is generally submissive with dogs he knows. He still gets over-excited when meeting new dogs, and will need some training on basic commands and social skills.
Henry takes medication for his thyroid and arthritis in one elbow from an old injury, so he does best with playing in a yard or shorter walks, but it doesn’t dampen his enthusiasm (especially for chasing crows). All he needs now is a home he can call his own.
Henry is about 5-6 years old and weighs about 100 pounds. He is neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, and good with kids and other dogs. This goofy love-bug is also in need of a foster home while he waits to be adopted.
You can meet Henry by contacting FAR at 310-362-0321 / info@FARescue.org or by coming to FAR’s weekly Saturday adoptions at , 3860 S Centinela Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90066, from 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 pm. More information is available at www.FARescue.org.
Forte Animal Rescue is a 100 percent volunteer-run 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, seeking solutions for pet overpopulation, as well as working together with the community to cultivate the human animal bond through educational programs and activities. In addition to ongoing boarding and other expenses, Forte Animal Rescue continually incurs veterinary medical bills, hence any support would be greatly appreciated. Forte Animal Rescue is also looking for foster homes for its rescued dogs, along with volunteers to help its adoption events.