Hooper was abandoned near a pet crematorium when she was about one-month old. One day, her rescuer spotted this mellow and sweet pup, and was surprised that Hooper remained so friendly and welcoming even though she had been living in such a harsh and bare environment. The rescuer sprang into action immediately. She took Hooper in and hoped to find a loving home for her. Though Hooper is a beautiful and precious brindle, sadly, local people have this negative stereotype that brindles and black dogs are fierce and difficult to train. Poor Hooper hasn’t drawn much attention in the process of domestic adoption. The rescuer firmly believes Hooper deserves a happy life, so she reached us and hoped to work together to help this little beauty find her loving home.
Hooper is a sweet and stable pup. When moving into a new environment, she’d observe the environment first and respond accordingly. She might be a bit shy in the beginning, but once she realizes she’s safe and the environment is friendly, she warms up quickly. She’s very cuddly and affectionate towards familiar faces. She is friendly with people, gentle with young children, and good with cats and other dogs. Hooper’s crate-trained and housebroken, potty trained both on pee pads and outside. Her favorite pastime is following her humans, sitting and waiting nicely for treats, daily walkies and hanging out with his doggie pals in the park. Little Hooper is now looking for a loving home and for a chance to fill your life with much love and joy!
Please watch Hooper’s videos to learn more about her. If you are interested in this brindle beauty, feel free to contact us for more information or simply fill out the adoption form on our website.