After some time with Harley in foster he has made it abundantly clear that he is a gentleman, and as such, will henceforth be known as SIR Harley. HOW WE KNOW SIR HARLEY IS A GENTLEMAN: Sir Harley has manners. Sir Harley is tolerant. After appreciating the beauty and smells of the outdoors yesterday, Sir Harley brought a few undesirable scents back with him. He acknowledged his fate when we closed the bathroom door behind him and he accepted it with grace. Sir Harley does not complain. He never told us about his knees. Only X-rays informed us of the pain he felt. Sir Harley has since received corrective surgeries and has remained a ray of smiley sunshine throughout rehabilitation and crate rest. Sir Harley is the strong silent type. He snores like a bear but hasn't barked or whined once since claiming our living room as his study. Sir Harley is grateful. He is so expressive in his gratitude; in fact, he has an injury called 'happy tail.' Breakfast? GRATEFUL. Pets? GRATEFUL. Walkies? GRATEFUL. Nap time? GRATEFUL. Eye contact? GRATEFUL. Sir Harley is polite. Yesterday morning at roughly 6am, Sir Harley's steel bladder needed a release. He didn't bark, whine, jump or lick - he just sat down at the head of the bed and smiled until the message was received (he knows we got new carpet this year). Sir Harley makes friends wherever he goes. People? Yes, please. Dogs? Better say hi. Cats? The more the merrier. Sir Harley makes everyone feel welcome. As a one-dog welcoming committee, there is no door greeter as wiggly as Sir Harley. If retail stores had Sir Harley mascots, the American economy would be repaired in a matter of days. Sir Harley is monogamous. He finds joy in all human interaction but what he really wants is a warm bed and his one true love (that's you - and maybe a small pup or some kitty cat sidekicks). Sir Harley is charismatic. Sir Harley does not beg. He understands that 'no means no' and he will not push the issue on that pint of Ben N Jerry's. Bonus: He won't shame you for eating it all in one sitting either. He knows you are beautiful at any size. Sir Harley rolls with the flow. You wanna sleep all day? So does he. You wanna party outside? So does he. You wanna have an existential crisis because life is an illusion? He'll keep you company. Sir Harley loves meeting people and dogs while out and about. We think he'd do best in a home with one human to call his own and small dogs and kitties. He does have a tad of arthritis so would do best in a calm home with not too much activity. Yes, our boy can be a bit lazy! His fan club is willing to transport him all over the PNW to a great home.