Boo is very similar to his sister Scout, both in size and temperament. He’s the smallest male in CBHR foster Hope’s litter. He’s adorable beyond words and loves to explore human feet, hands and his food when given the time to do so at his speed. His natural inclination is to hang in the warmth of the mosh pit of the puppies, but when he emerges you just want to spend the day watching him explore. He has an exotic coat with striking markings – especially the circle on his left rear leg. Like Scout, he has his mother’s face with the black freckles, and he has his mother’s “heart” on his forehead.

As an adopter, it’s important to know about mama, Hope, too She’s an absolutely strikingly beautiful dog with the most remarkable personality and loving nature. Her vet calls her super woman, given her ability to deliver 7 gorgeous healthy puppies and nurture them so lovingly and confidently among people considering the environment she was rescued from. She’s a basset mix; her feet and howl are definitively basset. But her eyes and face appear to come from a springer spaniel. She’s about 35 pounds, and short/compact for a basset mix.

Hope’s pups and their mom are living with 3 “house dogs” – a beagle mix, cocker mix, and chihuahua mix. They are being introduced to people daily and hopefully given the best opportunity to be ready for your loving care and training to help them become wonderful dogs. They are loved to the moon and back and will be missed so much when it’s time for them to graduate to their forever homes.