Flynn’s rescue story:
Flynn was found on our feeding spot on a mountain all alone without any siblings or companion. After feeding him one or two times , it came out waiting for us to play with us once he heard the sound of our car engine . Every time we left, he chased after our car for a little distance. Thinking that he might be hurt among the traffic and also being reluctant to leave him alone in the dark mountain, we decided to take him in. After a thorough health check at a veterinary hospital, we later found him a foster family to get him ready for adoption. Flynn is now all set to find his forever home and gets all the love and care he deserves.
Flynn is close to people, friendly to cats and dogs. Flynn might be an occasional enthusiastic chewer as his canine permanent teeth just started coming in, so make sure he has plenty of soft and flexible toys to chew on. He barks a little bit while walking whenever he sees something strange or not familiar with. Barking stops after he figures out what those things are. He enjoys goint to pet-friendly restaurants with his humans. He likes approaching other guests by himself and befriending them. Flynn might be a little skittish and nervous if kids or people approach him with big body movements. Otherwise, he’s a sweetie pie with boundless energy. Because Flynn used to be a stray dog when he was little, he might devour when he gets his meals. As you may know, stray dogs fight for food . However, he’s getting more disciplined now . Little Flynn is now looking for a loving home and for a chance to shower you with much love and joy!
Please watch Flynn’s videos to learn more about him. If you are interested in this sweet goofball, feel free to contact us for more information or simply fill out the adoption form on our website.