I’ll admit that when I found out Finn was one of my calendar models, I was particularly excited. Like my Hunter, he’s a husky/retriever mix–so I was already in love–but it wasn’t until this handsome, happy, heartthrob bounced up to me at Schenley Park that he really won me over. Listening to Finn’s mom Becky tell his story it is clear he has a special place in her heart.
“Finn was abandoned by his owners and picked up by Paws Here Awhile in Beaver County. I found [him] on Petfinder and it was love at first sight!” explains Becky, who adopted in 2011 when Finn was approximately one-year-old. “Despite this rocky start, Finn is one of the most trusting, sweet dogs you could ever hope to meet! He’s very ‘talkative,’ and at seven, still has the energy of a puppy. He is always ready to play…but he loves to relax and snuggle too.”
Finn showed off his boundless energy as we explored the winding trails leading to Panther Hollow Lake. Despite an extremely warm and humid evening, this handsome boy was a trooper, smiling the entire session. The only time he slowed down was to take a quick drink from the cool creek. It was there where Finn also posed for what is Becky’s favorite shot of him and one she’ll soon have on display in her home.
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