Hodor hodor hodor hodor! This is Hodor!
Hodor is a large boy weighing in around 60 lbs. But he is 60 pounds of love. He does well with other dogs, seems interested in cats, and is great with adults and children (although we always recommend proper supervision when a dog first comes into a house with small children). He is very welcoming and friendly when he meets new people. He is a very chill guy who quite enjoys spending lots of the day and night sleeping and napping.
When not relaxing, Hodor can be playful and loves chew toys. We would advise against leaving your new favorite shoes out since he still has some puppy tendencies. He might even make you play hide and seek around the house if you leave something lying within his reach!
Hodor is both crate and house trained. He really loves the crate – it’s where he sleeps, naps, and eats. He stays in his crate while his fosters are out of the house and doesn’t mind. Hodor is partially hearing impaired; he can hear certain loud noises, but will not hear you say his name or a command so he is learning sign language! And he is a quick learner.
Hodor would love a home with a fenced in yard where he can lay in the sun and nap or walk and sniff around. He just can’t wait to give you his love and maybe fall asleep while you cuddle on the couch.
If you’re interested in adopting Hodor, please visit our website to learn about our adoption process and to fill out an application, here. All of our dogs will be micro-chipped, spayed or neutered, and up-to-date on vaccinations at the time of adoption.