Dog Story: My name is Hunter. Am I a looker or what? Everyone keeps telling me I am ahandsome boy!I am looking for a loving and energetic home.Everyone one I meet agrees that I am a good boy. I am still a puppy so I am learning new things every day. So far I have shown that I know sit, down, off, leave it, and most importantly drop. My foster parents use this a lot when I try to run off with stuffed animals and socks. I am learning to walk nicely on a leash but I do even better when I am wearingaGentle Leader. Did I mention that I am crate trained? I love kids! I have a 3 year-old and an8 year-old that I get to play with and I can’t get enough playtime with them! Every morning I get brushed with a Dora brush and sometimesI evenlet a headband get put on me; I just sigh and let it happen again and again. I let them run with me and sometimes lay their heads on my belly if I am sleepy. I give gentle kisses and have learned not to jump up on little people. I am social dog. I have a foster brother that I play with all day and fivelittle fuzzy things that they call cats. I wasn’t sure about them at first but now we get along just fine. I have a ton of energy for sure! My foster family takes me out for jogs andI enjoy running. During my time with them I have played with other dogs and I am the life of the party. Hunteris heartworm negative and on preventative as well as neuteredandup-to-date onhis vaccinations. Heis ready to go to his forever home. If you are interested in him, please fill out the adoption application and mention Hunter-1886. Update 10/20/09: Hunter loves wrestling with his Brittany foster brother. We would prefer to place Hunter in a home with another young dog so that he can have both doggy and human companionship. Hunter needs an active family committed to exercising him daily. Hewill need to continue using a crate for sleeping and lounging. Hunter was surrendered to ABR by his original owners. He has AKC papers that have not been submitted.