Hank the Tank is sure fitting in. His household manners have improved dramatically. He tries so hard to please. He never barks and greats everyone with a wiggle bum. He is a follower, not a leader. He has gained a few pounds and isn't as crazy towards food as he first was. He is not possesive at all with food or treats. Our one cat is very confrontation so Hank just avoids him while the other cat will rub against him. He is going to be hard to let go. I know its the right thing to do but he is so well behaved.
Saturday, December 22, 2012
Well, Tank is sure fitting in. Not a mean bone in his body. A visiting Beagle stole a bone right out of his mouth. His farm dog past comes out in the form of him counter surfing and grabbing stuff of opportunity. Never destructive, but he will finish all the peanuts for you. Then he is really remorseful, big sad eyes, head hanging low.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
So after trying out the new name Hank, I'm back to Tank. He's a Tank. Not for his size, but for his actions. He will walk through anything. He is so muscular that he just doesn't notice little things like coffee tables, chairs, chesterfields. He is such a sweet boy with such a gentle sensitive nature that it's going to be really hard to let him go. His previous family should be really proud of what a good boy they raised.
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Monday, December 17, 2012
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Friday, December 14, 2012
This is Tank. An 18 month old Rotti/Lab. Great with all other animals and kids. Neutered, all of his shots, loves car rides, can be left alone in the house, takes treats gently, is laid back, and obviously likes to lounge.