#9262 English Spot

On Hold
Medium-size, Male, Adult Hound,
English Spot is up-to-date on his shots and has been neutered. He is not suitable in an apartment, condo or other urban setting. English Spot is currently being fostered in Mt Wolf, PA.

Do you love hiking? Do you enjoy being outside and wish that you had a pal to do it with? Then English spot a.k.a. Crowley might be your guy.

Crowley is believed to be around four years old and 50+ pounds. He is quiet, seems housebroken in his foster home and is dog and cat friendly. There is not a mean bone in this dogs body. His foster mom was able to trim his nails without any problems. This quiet guy is laid-back but is at his happiest while hiking in a park or taking walks. He raises his tail and gets a little skip in his step when out walking.
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Crowley has likely lived a rough life, he came into a Virginia shelter as a stray with some head wounds. He was treated for heartworm while there and then being so shy and scared he was skipped over by a potential adopters for nine long months until 0PH stepped in and said, we will take him and give this guy a second chance.

He is a creature of habit and is sensitive to change. Because he is shy he likes to hide and put himself in corners so he sleeps in a crate at night as he likes to get underneath the bed where his foster family can’t get him out.

Given the opportunity we feel Crowley would be a flight risk, so knowing in advance that he should not be let off of a leash or left unattended in a fenced backyard until a relationship of trust has been built with him. Having been passed on love for so long will cause that relationship of trust to take a long time but if you are patient and feel you have the love and time to invest in creating a bond with Crowley then please apply to adopt or request a meeting and we can go for a walk together.
He is in search of his perfect furever family and if you think that Crowley would fill that space then apply for him today!

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.