It is impossible not to love Yeti. He exudes friendliness and is nothing but smiles, tail wags, and wiggles.
….Except, he hasn’t felt the love his whole 3 years as he should’ve. No, he was confiscated from a cruelty case where he was named “Kilo” by his drug-dealing, abusive loser of an owner.
But you wouldn’t know it, and Yeti does not care. Yeti has so much love and life to give, and he wants to give it to everyone he sees. If only the love was returned–he’s been here two months now.
There is nothing not to love about this snow beast–he is a natural with kiddos of all ages and personalities (from hyper kids to toddlers) and would be the perfect family dog. He is good with other dogs, very playful and exuberant with each one he meets and ignores the annoying little yappers. He is not a resource-guarder despite his love for his toys, either.
He’s also obsessed with chairs. No chairs are safe. Ever. He is going to climb into all chairs, regardless of size or value. It does not matter if the chairs are not even comfortable. Yeti’s going to find a way to crawl into them, and when he does, he will give you this cute satisfied look that will ensure no one has the heart to kick him out. Bonus points if he ends up in your lap.
Yeti is also fully housebroken, pretty easy to walk on leash, and CUTE as can be. I mean, that little face! It’s almost too much for me.
I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again (and again and again): it’s not in how they’re raised. A dog’s past does not dictate its future. I believe in Yeti. I have faith he will get the home he deserves and live a happy life (it would still help if you shared him, though *nudge nudge*).
Like all Hard Luck Hounds, Yeti is FREE of charge and comes to you vaccinated, neutered, and microchipped, w/a crate, collar, tags, crate, FREE training w/a local professional, and lifetime tech support. A lovely boy in need of an equally lovely home!