~ Submitted by the Page County Animal Shelter
Page Valley News brings you adoptable pets from the Page County Animal Shelter featured here to showcase their personality!
This is Hank!
Hank is about 1 year old, neutered, and up to date on his vaccinations. Hank arrived to the shelter as a stray so there is no background on him, but he definitely needed some adjustment time for his new environment. Hank was very nervous and fearful when he first arrived, but with some time and patience, he is such a love bug!
He came in with a gait in his walking and scars all over his head, which has been checked out at the vet. It appears that Hank had some sort of accident while he was young and shattered some bone fragments that are embedded behind his kneecap. The vet says that it would not be fixable, and that he’d always have a gait. He may also experience pain and discomfort down the road as he gets older.
If you are interested in Hank, you may speak with the vet to hear his recommendations on comfort and let them explain his injury. His cherry eye has also been corrected since this picture was taken.
Hank loves to run outside and be with you every step of the way. Hank would most likely do well in a home with no small children as Hank thinks he’s a tiny dog in a huge body! He has not been kid, cat, or dog tested.
If you would like more information on Hank, please call the shelter at (540) 778-2101.
~ For more information or an update on animals available for adoption, contact the Page County Animal Shelter at (540) 778-2101.
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