Huey the Cocker/Lab mix
Huey the Cocker mix found his furever home!
Huey was a stray dog living off food scraps at a farmers market in South Korea where he was constantly exposed to dangerous surroundings. Well, the sad past is so behind him now that he found an loving family to call his own!
The Grillo family fell in love with this sweet boy and said he was the one! We are so happy for Huey and his new family and wish them many many happy years together.
Huey's Info... I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Weight: 16 lbs
Age: 1 yr old
Personality: He is sweet, playful and good with children. He would prefer to live in a one dog house because dogs tend to pick on him. He has a wonderful personality, but a bit timid with other dogs.
Coat: Soft hair that will require regular grooming. He does shed but with regular grooming will be very manageable.
Training: Foster parents are working on basic obedience skills.
Potty trained: yes
Health: He is a healthy young dog. He has stage one patella luxation on left leg but no need to have surgery.
History: He was a stray looking for food at an outdoor market in S. Korea. He was saved by a rescue group in Korea and came to the U.S. to find a forever home. Mixed breeds have a difficult time getting adopted in Korea.
Fostered in: La Habra Heights (local applications only)
Type of home: He will be happy with a big family or people who can spend lot of time with him. Would prefer to live in a one dog household.
Crate trained: yes
Good with Dogs: yes Good with Kids: yes Good with Cats: yes
Adoption fee (non-refundable): $300
All dogs are fully vetted, tested for heartworm, microchipped, and up to date with vaccinations.
To MEET Huey - fill out an application. Cut and paste this link into your web browser: www.welcomehomedogrescue.org/adoption/application-to-adopt-a-companion/
Apply to FOSTER: www.welcomehomedogrescue.org/how-you-can-help/foster/
Foster parents have the first option to adopt. We will provide all you need to foster.