Reintroducing Hoku (#2763).  Hoku came from Shanghai in December 2016 and was adopted in January 2017. His adopter recently broke his arm and feels he can no longer manage Hoku or give him what he needs.

Hoku walks well on a leash but can be leash reactive to other dogs; he does, however, ultimately get along fine with other dogs after a proper introduction. He loves to go for walks and run around in the yard. Hoku may have something mixed in with his Golden Retriever blood. He’s a nice dog although not a typical Velcro Golden and not a cuddler.  Hoku is more the quiet, reserved type.

Hoku likes to sit and watch out the window and will bark at deer, squirrels, etc. He does fine when left in the house alone although he does have a bit of a sensitive stomach, is a picky eater and has a habit of throwing up (just bile) maybe once a week. (Golden Bond Rescue will be checking into his stomach issues.) According to a reliable source, Hoku “goes nuts” when he sees a cat. 

Hoku sincerely hopes his next family will be forever.

Hoku was adopted by his foster family on May 19, 2018


Sex: Male
Age: About 6 years old
Weight: 60 pounds
Attributes: Dogs: Yes; Cats: No; Kids: 10+
Availability: Unknown