A friendly senior gentleman that has enchanted everyone who meets him.
New to rescue Blake has settled in quickly! He’s enjoying the company of his foster mom, sister and is even getting along well with the resident cat!
Blake knows his name and will come when his foster mom calls him.
Outside Blake is all nose, loving every smell! We are practicing walking on a leash with him.
Blake also loves a good playful beagle zoomie which he and his foster sister do frequently. Because Blake is really taking a liking to the company of both humans and dogs.
He would do best with another friendly dog and a fenced yard for playing, exploring and sniffing.
Blake is about 12 years old and 22 pounds. He has been fully vetted, vaccinations, neuter, micro-chip and on heart guard.
If you are interested in adopting this fun little guy please message :
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