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Howie

Male Adult Pit Bull Terrier Hound (Unknown Type) (mixed)

If you have any questions about Howie, please contact Harvey's Hope Animal Rescue at info@harveyshope.org

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About Howie

Adoption Fee: $625.00

Howie is an incredibly smart, high-energy dog who thrives when he is given a job. He has completed over a year of training and knows advanced obedience. He needs an experienced and active owner that can continue to challenge him mentally and physically. Howie has lots of energy that he can use to focus on learning some new skills, but he also needs a lot of physical activity. He does amazing with obedience and loves to learn. It takes him no time at all to learn something new, and we can imagine that he would excel in agility or obstacle courses. Howie also likes to have a good time and can be extremely silly, goofy, and has an awesome personality once he starts to trust. This 3 year-old Pitt/Hound mix is very food-driven and loves toys and playing fetch.

While his trainer doesn't feel he's best suited for small children or small pets, she does think he would do best with older children/teens and a submissive yet confident female dog or as the only dog in the household. Howie has been exposed to horses and donkeys and has been completely fine with them. He loves hanging out with his people and does fine indoors. He will alert you to let you know if someone is in the yard, but once he’s told it's okay, he loves to get attention from them.

While he loves to be outdoors, like all dogs, he should not be left unattended outside. If 5 ft fence was separating him from you or something he wants, he'd jump over it to get to you... he doesn’t want to go anywhere; he just wants to be with his people and occasionally explore. Because he craves this closeness, he needs a solid crate, as he will break out of the typical metal crate and airline crate in seconds if he wanted to. He also needs a fenced-in yard that is a minimum of 6ft and PVC/vinyl (he can climb). Howie needs to have an owner that will set boundaries for him and make sure they stick to them. He’s very easy to correct and loves any type of positive praise. Think we could be a dynamic duo? Apply today!

 

Please note: The information provided is based on our Southern partner's feedback we have been given as of the day of posting. HHAR does not guarantee the breed mix of any dog or adult size of any puppy. Any breed(s) listed are the veterinarian’s opinion based the information they have, usually mixes of many breeds, making them a breed all their own - a Super mutt! All dogs are up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations and spayed/neutered at the time of adoption. Any dog adopted from HHAR will require professional training once adopted to become the best family member they can be. Our dogs are rescued from high-kill situations in the South and brought to New England for foster and/or adoption. We are entirely volunteer-run and foster-based, so we do not have a physical facility for you to visit or call, and we cannot guarantee any dog is housebroken, crate trained, or cat/kid tested. To adopt or learn more about this dog, you must fill out an adoption application. To learn more about our shelterless rescue, adoption fees, and procedures, review the list of Frequently Asked Questions on our website. Pre-approved adopters can arrange a meet and greet for dogs over 6 months old who already in New England, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it can be up to a week before you hear from one of our volunteers, depending on volume at the time of submission. Thank you!

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Name
Howie
Age
Adult
Gender
Male
Size
Medium
Primary Color
White
Secondary Color
Brindle
Pet Has Special Needs
Not Sure
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
NO
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
NO

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American Pit Bull Terrier

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Cadabra

Labrador Retriever

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Damon

Labrador Retriever

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Elijah

Labrador Retriever

**Please read through Elijah's entire profile prior to applying** Meet our latest litter, named after "The Vampire Diaries," Bonne, Caro... show more

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Gus

Labrador Retriever

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Howie

Pit Bull Terrier

Howie is an incredibly smart, high-energy dog who thrives when he is given a job. He has completed over a year of training and knows adv... show more

Howie is an incredibly smart, high-energy dog who thrives when he is given a job. He has completed over a year of training and knows advanced obedience. He needs an experienced and active owner that can continue to challenge him mentally and physically. Howie has lots of energy that he can use to focus on learning some new skills, but he also needs a lot of physical activity. He does amazing with obedience and loves to learn. It takes him no time at all to learn something new, and we can imagine that he would excel in agility or obstacle courses. Howie also likes to have a good time and can be extremely silly, goofy, and has an awesome personality once he starts to trust. This 3 year-old Pitt/Hound mix is very food-driven and loves toys and playing fetch. While his trainer doesn't feel he's best suited for small children or small pets, she does think he would do best with older children/teens and a submissive yet confident female dog or as the only dog in the household. Howie has been exposed to horses and donkeys and has been completely fine with them. He loves hanging out with his people and does fine indoors. He will alert you to let you know if someone is in the yard, but once he’s told it's okay, he loves to get attention from them. While he loves to be outdoors, like all dogs, he should not be left unattended outside. If 5 ft fence was separating him from you or something he wants, he'd jump over it to get to you... he doesn’t want to go anywhere; he just wants to be with his people and occasionally explore. Because he craves this closeness, he needs a solid crate, as he will break out of the typical metal crate and airline crate in seconds if he wanted to. He also needs a fenced-in yard that is a minimum of 6ft and PVC/vinyl (he can climb). Howie needs to have an owner that will set boundaries for him and make sure they stick to them. He’s very easy to correct and loves any type of positive praise. Think we could be a dynamic duo? Apply today!   Please note: The information provided is based on our Southern partner's feedback we have been given as of the day of posting. HHAR does not guarantee the breed mix of any dog or adult size of any puppy. Any breed(s) listed are the veterinarian’s opinion based the information they have, usually mixes of many breeds, making them a breed all their own - a Super mutt! All dogs are up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations and spayed/neutered at the time of adoption. Any dog adopted from HHAR will require professional training once adopted to become the best family member they can be. Our dogs are rescued from high-kill situations in the South and brought to New England for foster and/or adoption. We are entirely volunteer-run and foster-based, so we do not have a physical facility for you to visit or call, and we cannot guarantee any dog is housebroken, crate trained, or cat/kid tested. To adopt or learn more about this dog, you must fill out an adoption application. To learn more about our shelterless rescue, adoption fees, and procedures, review the list of Frequently Asked Questions on our website. Pre-approved adopters can arrange a meet and greet for dogs over 6 months old who already in New England, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it can be up to a week before you hear from one of our volunteers, depending on volume at the time of submission. Thank you! show less

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Kiwi

Pit Bull Terrier

Kiwi is a sweet, cuddly 60 lbs, young pittie mix. She came to Harvey’s Hope in 2019, starved, at about 30 lbs. She has done so much heal... show more

Kiwi is a sweet, cuddly 60 lbs, young pittie mix. She came to Harvey’s Hope in 2019, starved, at about 30 lbs. She has done so much healing since then to get her skin back to normal, her GI tract on track, and for her to trust in humans again. Kiwi is one of our founder's favorite dogs and has spent time in her home. She is smart and loyal, loves playing in the water, and cuddling with her human(s). Kiwi has been around older children but will consider a cat a snack. She has been tested with dogs as small as 11lb and as large as 90lb and did great, but no food or toys can be within reach.  Because Kiwi was nearly starved to death, food is a trigger for her, and she has struggled with resource guarding behavior. She was adopted and then returned because of her food/toy aggression. Kiwi has undergone a board-and-train program and is now clicker-trained for taking toys and food. She has been doing phenomenal! Her next adopter would need to closely abide by the written instructions from the trainer and find a local trainer that can continue working with her. This three-year-old pup has lots of energy and needs a fenced-in yard. She is truly an amazing dog and would make someone so happy if they just give her a chance. Apply to have this resilient girl join your family today! Please note: The information provided is based on our Southern partner's feedback we have been given as of the day of posting. HHAR does not guarantee the breed mix of any dog or adult size of any puppy. Any breed(s) listed are the veterinarian’s opinion based the information they have, usually mixes of many breeds, making them a breed all their own - a Super mutt! All dogs are up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations and spayed/neutered at the time of adoption. Any dog adopted from HHAR will require professional training once adopted to become the best family member they can be. Our dogs are rescued from high-kill situations in the South and brought to New England for foster and/or adoption. We are entirely volunteer-run and foster-based, so we do not have a physical facility for you to visit or call, and we cannot guarantee any dog is housebroken, crate trained, or cat/kid tested. To adopt or learn more about this dog, you must fill out an adoption application. To learn more about our shelterless rescue, adoption fees, and procedures, review the list of Frequently Asked Questions on our website. Pre-approved adopters can arrange a meet and greet for dogs over 6 months old who already in New England, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it can be up to a week before you hear from one of our volunteers, depending on volume at the time of submission. Thank you! show less

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Klaus

Labrador Retriever

**Please read through Klaus' entire profile prior to applying** Meet our latest litter, named after "The Vampire Diaries," Bonne, Caroli... show more

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Lululemon

Hound (Unknown Type)

Lululemon is a beautiful, sweet girl who was the mommy to the designer puppies. She is approximately 3-5 years old and a hound mix. Lulu... show more

Lululemon is a beautiful, sweet girl who was the mommy to the designer puppies. She is approximately 3-5 years old and a hound mix. Lulu was clearly a feral dog before coming to HHAR and has been in a board and train program to help her trust humans again. Initially, she was terrified of human touch; she would hide and defecate, and she was not afraid to dig out of a yard to leave for greener pastures that did not include humans. With being on the run for probably her entire life, she was unfortunately positive for heartworm disease and ehrlichia, both of which she has been treated for. She has made great strides in her board and train program and now is adjusting to live in her foster home! She loves to play bow, wag her tail, and stick her snout in the air to give sweet little "air kisses" when you call her beautiful. She is working on crate training, and loves the other dogs. Lulu follows them around and is more confident when she sees them interacting with people. Lululemon would love a nice, quiet home where she can be a couch potato. Loud noises aren't her favorite, and she prefers older children. She will require a fully fenced in yard, at a minimum of 6ft PVC/vinyl (non scalable), as she will still try to escape if she is spooked enough. Her adopter will need to be prepared to continue behavioral training with her and keep her on a leash at all times in the yard, as well as double leashed when in public situations.  Please note: Our dogs are rescued from high-kill situations in the South and brought up to New England for foster and/or adoption. We are entirely volunteer-run and foster-based, so we do not have a physical facility, and we cannot guarantee a dog is housebroken or cat/kid-tested. Pre-approved adopters can arrange a meet and greet for dogs over 6 months old who already in New England, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers, depending on volume at the time of submission. Thank you! show less