2 Years Old
In Rehab under the supervision of RAD
Playful, eager to please
Good with people & animals once trusted, NO kids
High energy, loves to play with toys, chew bones, play with other dogs
Basic obedience, muzzle trained, walks amazing on leash, potty trained
What he needs to work on:
His confidence with humans, he can be reactive due to his insecurity, Separation Anxiety with his human, resource guarding- he no longer guards his food with his trainer but in the decompression period after adoption it may return till he is comfortable
*Experienced, Patient, and Committed adopters ONLY
Allow us to RE-introduce you all to Hank! On our socials he has been called Hadiz but we all agreed that name doesn't fit him well, so, say hi to Hank!
I have been through a lot in my young life. I have experienced awful abuse at the hands of those who were supposed to love and care for me back in Lebanon over and over again. By the time I turned 1 human year old I had been beaten by my 1st family, sent to an incompetent training facility by my second and then abandoned infront of a shelter tied to a garbage bin with a muzzle around my mouth.
But my story gets better!
I am now, finally, decompressing the way I should have with my AMAZING foster momma!
I have made leaps and strides with the help of a trainer and my amazing foster mom who calls me her good boy. She says I am misunderstood, not harmful. I am so eager to please, love my walks, am wonderful with other dogs during proper interactions. Before traveling to Canada and meeting her I spent 3 months with a behaviorist in Lebanon because I can be fearful of humans... but who wouldn't be after what I have been through?
Recently I was sent to Berger Blanc because of a bite incident at my new foster, I was about to be euthanised. Luckily RAD pulled me out at the right time and now I am in rehab under their supervision
My adopter will need to be consistent with my healing process. I will require an adopter who can understand my needs, personality and body language easily. Otherwise I might go Back to Lebanon for y own good.
My ideal family:
I would do best in a home with someone who works from home most of the time, living in a house with a fenced yard. Very well experienced with reactive insecure dogs.
I would even love to have another balanced dog as a brother or sister!