Hank is a German shepherd mix at Carver-Scott Humane Society in Chaska, Minnesota. I have a personal connection with this dog. One of my friends became aware that Hank was left tied out at a farmhouse, alone after the family moved away after a foreclosure. The people could not take Hank with them but did come back to feed him until he was rescued.
Hank’s rescue was the start of my involvement with Carver-Scott. They were wonderful about accepting Hank into their program quickly, getting him to the vet and neutered, and keeping him safe despite his fearful responses to other dogs. Many dogs with behavioral problems do not make it in rescue as groups don’t have the time or resources to deal with them.
Hank needs a home where he is the only dog. Although he’s a great leash-walker, a fenced yard is important so he can have some outdoor time where he’s not leashed. He is crate-trained and he loves attention from his foster family.
Learn how you can meet Hank here.