Darling Harrison has been getting lots of love in an amazing foster home since February. Harrison has allergies and it took a little while to find the right food to get his health back on track, but he’s now ready to find a family of his very own.
In the meantime, he’s been spoiled by his loving foster family. This is what they have to say about Harrison:
“After all this time with Harrison, we see what so many people love about these bully breeds. He is a big MUSH! He loves being with us, always, where ever we go: car rides, walks, or working in the home office. He is so incredibly gentle. He acts like he is playing ‘rough and tough’ but he has the gentlest mouth, even when giving love nibbles; we call them ‘corncob nibbles.’ He loves food more than anything but he will share with us―that is, if we wanted his kibble. Ha! In his eyes, we come first in his life, always! When we settle down to watch TV in the evening, he cuddles up with us. The most endearing thing he does is a little dance when he is happy―and he is happy a lot! He dances when we enter the room, if we ask him if he wants to go for a walk/car ride, he dances when he wants to play or when it is time to eat. Harrison, ‘Mr. Harry’, is simply the sweetest dog we have ever had the pleasure to share our home with. We are so very honored to have been able to take care of him while his health improved and thankful that Animal Friends Alliance saw the beautiful being that needed help.”
Harrison is looking for a home with no small pets (including cats) and a family who will appreciate a big ol’ cuddlebug. You can set up a meet and greet with Harrison by completing an adoption questionnaire below.
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