Hurley is just about to celebrate his first birthday and it would be great if he could find his furever family.
He was surrendered to RSPCA NSW when he was a puppy because his owner was frustrated with his behaviour, but as it turned out Hurley is deaf. While under the care of the RSPCA Hurley has learnt sign language and is now a well-mannered young man, still with that puppy love of life.
Hurley’s new owners would be prepared to learn sign language so they can continue to reinforce his training and teach him new behaviours (all with the support of RSPCA’s specialist behavioural vets). He loves people, needs regular exercise and would prefer to be the only pet in the household.
You can meet Hurley at the Reigning Cats and Dogs Festival on Saturday 5 October at Bicentennial Park, Glebe, or at RSPCA NSW’s Sydney Shelter, 201 Rookwood Road, Yagoona.
• Visit www.adoptapet.com.au to see all animals available for adoption at the RSPCA.
The panel says…
I love bouncing around too! He could be the white-chocolate to my dark?
Maybe if I hold this face long enough my owner will agree to take him home…
There I was thinking my tail was cool but now, Hurley, I only have eyes for you!
Well-mannered young pups aren’t hard to find in this park. But those freckles are really something else!