Guess who’s back? Back again. Clyde is back. Tell a friend.
Clyde was featured in Main Street Nashville back in August, but this MSN alum is still at Nashville Humane Association looking for his forever home! So please allow us to reintroduce you to Clyde, especially since October is National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month. Clyde truly would love a forever home during the month dedicated to raise awareness for dogs exactly like him.
Clyde is a return adoption. He lived with NHA back in the summer of 2019 for a bit. This spotted cutie was adopted in August 2019, but due to reasons that were no fault of his own, he was returned to NHA this past summer.
Since Clyde is NHA’s longest dog resident, our dedicated staff and volunteers are totally reacquainted with him, and all agree: It’s time for this polite guy to find the most pawfect forever home! Clyde has so many fans. He’s easy to fall in crush with. To know him is to love him. Clyde is a total lovebug with the sweetest personality.
A little bit more about this quiet, shy and friendly guy:
Clyde is 6 years old, weighs 63 pounds, and he has the most soulful eyes. He’s a big and snuggly dog who loves curling up on his dog bed, surrounded by his collection of toys, plus appreciating all the affection one may give him.
He’s a well-behaved fella, too! Clyde is housebroken plus he walks right by your side when on a leash and doesn’t even tug one bit — unless he sees a squirrel, of course. Who wouldn’t? He’s shy when you first meet, but patiently get to know him and soon you will find out that he will fill your heart with so much love. Seriously, look at that adorable face. He’s such a handsome boy who is looking for a forever home.
He has lived with other house pets in the past, but he is selective as to whom he wants to be his four-legged friend. Because of that, NHA is recommending that in Clyde’s new forever home that he be an only pet. He wants all your love. In return, he’ll give you all of his.
He sounds wonderful, right? On that note: It’s even better to meet him in person! When adopted, Clyde will go home with his own crate since he does have some separation anxiety tendencies, and being crated helps him very much when he feels alone.
Who will be the lucky one to adopt Clyde? We could go on and on about this spotted happy tail-wagging boy who is so easy to love but harder to get adopted because of his age and breed. He deserves a forever home like all the pets do. His smiling face. Just look at him. He’s “pawfect” (you’ll see once you spend time with him and his wagging tail).
NHA is open for adoptions starting at 10 a.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Please come visit and adopt this wonderful dog. Thank you!