#9702 Alcor

Adoptable
Medium-size, Male, Adult Pointer,

Hi! My name is Alcor! Thanks for checking me out 😍
I’m guessed to be a pointer mix, and about 3 years old. I weigh 45lbs, so I’m a medium sized dog. :)

🐾 What’s so great about me? Let me just tell you, I (am):
* house & crate trained
* love going for walks
* love entertaining myself with my toys
* loves to snuggle and give kisses

🐾 I'm a good boy and having fun at my foster home ; they treat me like one of their own. But let's face it. I'm looking for a happy ending where I get my forever family :)

🐾 I would love a forever home with people who like to snuggle and sometimes go on adventures like hiking.

🐾 Due to my energy level, my foster mom said I really need a home 🏡 with a fenced yard so I can run and play......

Here's me in action: Click here To see me having some fun in the snow!
here, enjoying a peanut butter treat, Yum!!!
here, playing with a flirt pole,
and here Having some fun with rope toys.

🐾 Up until my foster sis got adopted, her and I got along and played. She and I were pals. I do like to be the one in charge. I tend to do better with females than males. What can I say I like my women......😉

🐾I am hesitant when meeting new people so I need a patient adopter that will let me learn to trust at my own speed.... When I warm up to you, you will know because I'm turning over for belly rubs or have my head in your lap. Once I’m comfortable I’m all yours! ❤️

🐾 My foster mom tells me small animals like cats and squirrels are not toys so I can’t play with them. So it should be noted I do have some prey drive, so a home without cats is best for me 😊

🐾 I really want my forever family. Would I be a fit for yours? If so, Hit that apply button ♥ and get this family started......

Alcor is up-to-date on his vaccinations and has been neutered. He is best in a home without small children. Alcor is currently being fostered in Nokesville, VA.

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.