And whoever Huey goes to will be a lucky family...
(Sorry for the lame song connection. "Louie Louie" is the only song that rhymes with Huey. The only place he needs to "go" to is a forever family...)
Huey is a senior. He's been in his foster family (my family) for a few months. And this is what we've found out about Huey:
He is a perfect gentleman. Some dogs are impatient in the morning. They wake you up to go out, they prance around and nose you to get fed. Not Huey. He is patient and hey, if you want to sleep in on a Saturday morning, that's okay with Huey. He'll wait patiently for you.
He WILL dance when you come home, because he's so happy to see you. And all Huey wants is someone to love him and pet him.
Even though he is a senior, he has a lot of life and a lot of play left in him. Huey is currently living with a dog foster-brother who is obsessed with playing fetch. Huey has proved he has the right stuff--he can jump into the air after a ball just like younger dogs.
And Huey refuses to get onto the furniture. His foster brother "owns" the couch, but Huey thinks that people belong on the futon and dogs belong elsewhere. (Huey is happy on a folded-up blanket or a small rug. He's not particular.)
If you are interested in meeting Huey, go to Love a Golden Rescue and go to "Golden Boys." He is neutered, he's microchipped, he's up-to-date on his shots and he's ready to love you...