Huck has had a few applicants check him out. One turned him down due to his male dog reactivity and the other is just being contacted. So keep watching in case the applicant isn't a good fit for him, as we want the best for him.
Huckleberry is having a hard time with the potty training. Three accidents this last week. I noticed he is like a small child who will play outside instead of going potty and wait until he's in the house. We tried treats and praise, but have realized we can't leave him off leash or with free roam when he's been good for a few days. He will go back to the old habit. He usually did it on the dog bed in living room, so I picked it up. He then decided the couch would work and I'm glad we caught that right away. We are now using the kennel inside and the leash outside. I noticed if other dogs are outside he doesn't want to go when on leash sometimes. I let the other dogs inside and take him out alone off the leash and then he decides to go. I will continue these steps for now until we get at least three to four weeks without error and then see if we can let him have free roam again.
I still haven't gotten a picture of his spins as it's hard to get when feeding him and the other dogs at the same time. I'll keep trying. I am sending one of him sleeping in my lap in the chair and one with his friends on the couch. He may be small, but he can keep up with the bigger dogs.
I also changed his summary to "not child tested" so everyone is aware. I don't have children in the home or contact with any. I also found out Huck will take things off the kitchen counter. He chews up tissue or will even steal a dish rag from the counter to play with as a toy.
Huck does love attention, and sleeps in the bed. He likes to lay next to you. He loves to wrestle and play tug with toys with other dogs.
If you are interested, you can contact placement and they will keep you posted if he is checked out.