This week we’d like to introduce a sweet boy named Leno (pronounced Lee-No, like Reno). Leno - Oregon Humane Society
Leno is almost three years old, weighs 56 pounds, and is a pitbull shepard mix with a very fancy brindle coat. Leno was in his first home for his first 2 ½ years, so being in the shelter has been kind of scary for him. In his previous home he lived near Forest Park and got to go on lots of hikes and he’d very much like to be able to do that with his next family. Leno is a smart boy who knows a lot of commands. He knows sit, down, stay, leave it, wait, and is about 50/50 when it comes to drop it! Some of Leno’s favorite things to do are go on walks and hikes, run, play fetch, chase balls, play with squeaky toys, and hang out on the couch. See! He does it all! He likes to be active, yet after he’s been active he also likes to just chill! Leno is potty trained and lived most of his life with a pre-school aged kiddo. And, during covid he also proved himself to be a very good companion during work-at-home days.
He’s a sweet boy that would really like to find his next home and get out of the shelter environment. Do you think this beautiful boy might be the one for you? If so, please fill out the questionnaire at the bottom of his profile and arrange a time to come on in to Oregon Humane Society to meet him!