Harvey AB#18-034

Harvey AB#18-034, M, 5+ years

Foster dog name: Harvey 

Gender: Male

Age: approx. 5 +years

Size/Weight: medium, 50lbs

Color: black and white

Breed: English Setter/German Shorthaired Pointer

Good with Children: Yes, all children.

Good with Dogs:Yes, but does not play with them. Polite but not interested in playing

Good with Cats: NO CATS

House trained: Yes

Crate trained: Yes-but does not like to go in crate and has to be lured in with food and then takes awhile to settle down in crate.

Leash trained:YES but when cars drive by his desires to get in them as he would rather ride than walk

Behavior:Loves everyone. Wants to be with  people all the time.  Does not fetch or show much inclination to play with toys, balls, etc. Very calm when you can spend time with him, but when left alone for any length of time he is very anxious and needs lots of reassurance upon your return Also very anxious and challenging when it rains. Very fearful and anxious during any storm, with or without thunder/lighting. 

Activity Level:Typically laid back. He goes outside to do his business and is right back at the door. Likes to find the sunniest spot for long naps. 

 Fence:Fence is recommended. He has gotten out once, but went 1-2 doors down and came back

 Medical History: neutered and up to date on all vaccines and Heartworm prevention. Micro-chipped

 Foster Comments:Harvey is a super sweet dog. He loves meal time and his snacks.  Does not beg and has not been given any food scraps. He would be best in a home with someone who works from home, retired or home a lot. Rides well in car and loves to be in the car. 

 Adoption fee: 150.00

Dog Location: Atlanta, GA

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