#10518 Neville Longbottom

Medium-size, Male, Adult Hound,

🧙‍♀️Hi! I'm so glad you could drop in! My name is Neville Longbottom and I’m part of the Harry Potter themed transport that arrived to OPH on 4/23/21. I’m said to be a 6 year young Hound mix and I weigh about 47lbs.

🧙‍♀️I'm staying with my foster family, until I find my forever home 🏡 My foster family gave me something called a crate to sleep in, and I sleep in it all night 🌙 without a peep. I even will use it for some naps and quite time during the day....

🧙‍♀️Things my foster thinks you might like to know on how I am at their house...
* HAS BEEN GOOD WITH KIDS (I've already made so many friends in my foster family's neighborhood and my foster brother's friends like to say hi to me, so I like to lie down and let them rub my belly)

🧙‍♀️ I love my human foster siblings (1.5 and 6 yrs ols) and am gentle, but I get very excited and jumpy when I play. I wouldn't hurt anyone on purpose, but because of how excited I get, I would probably do best in a house with older children.
* I do like to run around and play, but I also really like to relax and take naps and get belly rubs.
* My foster family has two cats 🐈 I tried to smell them but I don't think they liked me doing that and they won't share their food with me, so I mostly just ignore them.
* My foster mom tells me that I am a very sweet and loveable boy, so I like to follow her around and give her lots of love and snuggles. 💕

🧙‍♀️A couple things I really need help with: if it's on the counter I might think its fair game and I just love to chew chew chew, so I need to be reminded what I can and cannot chew on. I am a sweet, loveable, playful boy that is still learning my dos and don'ts!

🧙‍♀️I can't wait to get to my forever home! Is that with you? If so apply today! I won’t be available for long!

Neville Longbottom is up-to-date on his vaccinations and has been neutered. Neville Longbottom is currently being fostered in Baltimore, MD.

This dog's bio is based off the experiences of the foster and/or volunteers of OPH as well as any information that we received from the shelter or previous owner. This is very important because it means that while they may act one way in the foster’s home, you may experience something different in your home.