~ Submitted by the Page County Animal Shelter
Page Valley News highlights adoptable pets
from the Page County Animal Shelter to showcase their personality.
Meet the laid-back, but talkative boy Huckleberry!
Huck came to the shelter as a stray and was unfortunately never reclaimed by his previous owner, so now Huckleberry is looking for his fur-ever home and it could possibly be with you!
When he first came into the shelter, he was quiet and constantly slept, but it was noticed that Huckleberry may have some hearing issues. Huckleberry likes to talk…a LOT! More like scream at you, but because of his hearing impairment he does not realize how loud he is.
Huckleberry’s favorite thing to do is sleep, and sleep some more. Don’t we all wish we could sleep just as much as Huckleberry does. He is very laid-back, almost a little too much, when he’s in his kennel.
When Huckleberry isn’t in his kennel sleeping or screaming, he loves his adventure time outside and enjoys the company of others. With his hearing issues he is unable to hear when you call for him, but he comes running up to you as soon as he sees you.
Huckleberry is not house trained for over an eight-hour period, but he is good when we are here during operating hours and are able to let him out throughout the day. Huckleberry is gentle on a lead and is good at going in and out of his kennel daily.
If you’d like to visit with Huck,
please send the shelter an email inquiry or call the Page County Animal Shelter at (540) 778-2101. Please keep an eye out for our email reply. Sometimes they find their way to the spam/junk folder.