“It’s a lot of bouncing around for a dog who really likes stability, and so we’d like to find him something a little bit more secure,” McKelvey said. “We’d like him to be able to stay in a home.”
Henry would be suited to a calm home environment with no children or other dogs, McKelvey explained. He also doesn’t need a lot of exercise, so he’d be fine with someone who works long hours.
“He’s really just a relaxed, chilled dog,” McKelvey said. “But he’s still playful. The other day, he jumped into a giant box and peered over the cover, and he’s got a very goofy, playful smile. He also loves playing with tennis balls.”