Harrison came to Three Counties several years ago when his previous owner was evicted from his home.
Three Counties recognised Harrison’s lovely, sweet nature, despite having some undesirable behaviour which involved lots of jumping up. Harrison had little to no training before he came to Three Counties. This probably doesn’t sound too bad, but Harrison’s jumping was quite something and one of the reasons along with his breed which has stopped him from finding a home. So Three Counties has become Harrison’s home for now.
Three Counties volunteers have worked very hard to help Harrison improve his behaviour. It has taken a long time and you’ll be pleased to hear we have been successful. There has been much improvement.
Harrison is being such a good boy and we all love him. Harrison is always happy and upbeat.
Harrison knows now that four paws on the ground is a good thing and that he gets treats and praise.
Harrison loves to be with us and he hasn’t got a bad bone in his body.
Harrison at long last is learning how to play fetch and he’s enjoying things like a stuffed Kong.
Harrison doesn’t like to leave anyone out when visiting us in the office and we all get to shake his little paw as he does his rounds.
Harrison is just a very sweet boy and we hope that one day he will eventually find his very own family.