Hoss is a sweet boy who is looking for a home where he can be included in lots of activities and be close to his humans. He has settled in with the resident Britt and is working on the common commands. Hoss really is a work in progress. He will require a patient, understanding family who will work with him.He can be reactive and we will not place him in a family with small children. Hoss takes time to warm up to new situations.When he first entered rescue, he was a considerable flight risk.He would bolt out of fear. That has dramatically improved, but anyone needs to be prepared to manage his safety.He will need a very secure physical fence. Hoss does have a quiet side and enjoys playing with his toys and curling up on your feet.This boy needs be included in an active family’s day to day life.He HATES the crate.Left alone for long hours will result in a wild man with excess energy to burn. No long distance or sight unseen adoptions for Hoss.We feel it is important that all family members (human and canine) meet to assure that we have a good fit.Hoss is a sweet dog and a wonderful Brit who is anxious for your forever love and companionship. If you’re willing to take time to acclimate him, Hoss may be the dog for you. Interested in learning more about this wonderful guy? Complete the adoption applicationHoss is an owner surrender.This boy had a rocky start in life, he was one of several Britts who were living in sad conditions with little or no socialization.He was adopted from those conditions to a family that was not prepared for his needs.ABR was contacted and we took Hoss into our foster care.Our boy is neutered, is current on all vaccinations, Heart Worm negative and on Heart Worm Preventative.He is also microchipped.Now all he needs is wonderful forever home to call his own.