Hobbes is a happy, handsome Brittany spaniel who loves people, other dogs and the great outdoors. He was surrendered to a breed rescue group in Albany, after his person moved to an apartment in New York City. Hobbes was adopted, but then returned by his heartbroken family because he nipped a child. We don’t know much about his past, but children scare him. So this beautiful boy needs to find a forever home without kids.
Can you help?
Smart and eager-to-please, Hobbes knows all the basic commands like sit, lie down and stay, and walks nicely on a leash. He’s a fun-loving dog who is always ready to join you on a walk, hike, car or boat ride. He’ll bring you one of his toys to play “catch me if you can”—his favorite game. Hobbes likes to be by your side and appreciates back and belly rubs. Now six years old, he’s healthy, housetrained, crate-trained, neutered and up-to-date on his shots. He’d welcome canine buddies, but prefers a kitty-free home. Simply wonderful with his adult friends, his foster family has helped Hobbes improve his social skills with warm introductions to new grown-ups.
If you or someone you know can offer Hobbes a forever home, please contact Kate at (518) 669 -4193 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She’d be thrilled to hear from you and delighted to introduce you to Hobbes, who is living in Albany.
Best Friends Animal Society