Everyone's first reaction to Hoss is, "Awww, what a sweetheart!" because he is such a snuggly, loving guy! Just one look at those soulful brown eyes and I was hooked! Hoss was transferred to Chicago Canine Rescue from a high kill shelter because the people there saw what a gem he was. So now that he is safe, we can focus on finding just the right family for little Hoss.
At around a year old, Hoss is pretty mellow for his age. He is very tolerant of everything we have done to him (vaccines, blood draws, and such). He is a very patient boy. I sure would love to have him as one of my patients at Morton Grove Animal Hospital!
Hoss is microchipped, neutered, vaccinated, and heartworm negative.
If you are interested in learning more about Hoss, please visit http://chicagocaninerescue.org/ for more information on him and the other dogs CCR is caring for.
And if you are not ready to commit to bringing a dog into your home permanently, consider fostering or volunteering to come walk the dogs. Going on walks is great for them and for you, too!