McKelvey said she’d be “incredibly happy” if Henry were adopted, even though she’d miss him a lot. But she knows a forever home is the best thing for him.
“All around, he’s a great dog,” McKelvey said. “I think a lot of people see him as an old man because he’s got these health problems, and he’s a little bit more mellow, but once you’re hanging out with him and get to know him, he’s really got a lot of puppiness to him — he’s goofy and fun and playful. He’s a good dog.”