Posted Aug 22, 2009 at 12:08 pm in Latest News


Don’t let Tank’s rough-and-tough name fool you. Tank is a sweet, sensitive little boy who needs a patient and loving mom or dad to help him build his confidence. Tank is a bit cautious at first; once you’ve become friends, Tank’s your best buddy! Tank loves to cuddle and sleeps ever so peacefully under the covers at night. He greets his foster mom with a happy bark and a tail waggin’ when she gets home from work. Tank also follows his foster mom from room to room, not letting her out of his sight. Tank is house trained and will go outside to do his business; however, he’d prefer if you went outside with him. He likes to take a little break in his crate if things are a bit noisy or chaotic in the household. Tank is about 6 years old and weighs 12 pounds. Since Tank is such a shy and sensitive fellow, he would not do well with children or loud, boisterous households. He ignores all the other foster dogs in his current home. We’re unsure how he’ll behave around cats. We can have him “cat-scanned” upon request. He is better suited for an older, retired mom or dad who wants a quiet, laid-back companion. Tank is available for adoption in a limited area – Tennessee and Kentucky. Please see more pictures of this handsome boy!

2 comments so far:

  1. Dana said:

    So sorry to be late! Tank’s Christmas package is on its way to TN and will be there Wednesday! We hope he likes his presents!
    Best wishes and happy to hear about his pending adoption!
    Dana, Brian & Madison

    posted December 21st, 2009 at 9:35 pm
  2. Desirea said:

    I had been looking at Tank for about a month…I saw his picture and fell in love. It wasn’t until my husband walked in and pointed out that he was only 20 minutes from us! I thought it was fate. I have been hoping that I would either be able to adopt him or he would go to a great home.
    Congratulations Ray family! Love this cute boy!

    posted December 22nd, 2009 at 9:10 pm

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