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In March 2022, Hadam was first spotted playing in a rural park with a bunch of folks. At the time, it seemed like he belonged to someone, but when the picnic was over, he found himself all alone. He ended up at a city pound, facing a grim fate of euthanasia. Luckily, just before that happened, he was saved.
From that point on, Hadam has been living with a family of four, including two teenagers. Hadam is one sharp and curious pup. He’s all about outdoor fun and gets a real kick out of running and chasing games. When he’s indoors, he’s a toy-loving, laid-back companion. It’s crucial that his future family provides him with plenty of outdoor playtime; otherwise, he won’t be a happy camper if left alone without exercise for too long.
This guy is a real snuggle bug. He adores cuddling and showers affection on his humans. Playing games like tug-of-war or fetch are his absolute favorites. He’s a quick learner who understands most commands and is a joy to interact with.
Hadam gets along well with other dogs, especially those around his size. Small dogs might make him a bit unsure, and he hasn’t had any experience with cats. On top of that, he’s a breeze in the car, walks nicely on a leash, and doesn’t mind bath time. So far, he hasn’t shown any signs of separation anxiety. No allergies to food have been discovered, and he’s been healthy and happy.
The ideal adopter for Hadam is someone who relishes outdoor adventures with their furry baby. If you work from home and have plenty of spare time to devote to your canine companion, you could be a perfect match. And if you already have a dog around his size, it would be the icing on the cake, making Hadam’s tail wag with joy.
Hadam is available for adoption. The fee to adopt Hadam is $780.