Say hey to Henry! He’s a 1-year old Pudelpointer (yes that’s a real breed – google it!) who got handed a rough set of circumstances at birth. The runt of his litter, Henry was born partially deaf and shortly after developed congenital cataracts that made him nearly blind. Luckily, Henry found himself at MHCR where he was able to meet with ophthalmologists at CSU who thought he would be a great candidate for cataract surgery. He has now recovered and while his vision is not 20/20, there’s been a remarkable improvement in his eyesight. He navigates his environment easily and he doesn’t let lack of hearing or sight hold him back! He’s a happy, active guy who loves people, dogs, nylabones and most all, mealtime! True to his breed, he lives for physical activity so walks, hikes and a fenced back yard are a must for this boy. Henry is great on a leash and has accompanied his foster dad on daily runs – no mileage is too long for this pup! He’s also house-broken and can spend a few hours in a crate when you’re not home (though he’d prefer if you were around most of the time.) He adores car rides – though he usually maps through them – and just wants to be wherever his people are. Henry’s ideal home would have another dog of similar size and energy (but he could be an only dog if his family were home much of the time), NO CATS, and no children under the age of 10. So come meet this remarkable little guy!