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Daniel Barden Hound Mix Arlington, VA
- Brindle , Black
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Meet Daniel Barden
If you are interested in adopting this dog, please fill out our dog adoption questionnaire and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Breed Estimate: Treeing Tennessee Brindle Hound mix
Approximate weight: 55 lbs when fully grown
Approximate age: Almost 1 year old
Location: Foster home in Rockville, MD
Coat Type: Short - little brushing needed
Daniel Barden (named for one of the victims of the Newtown, CT shooting) was rescued in South Carolina, but didn't find his new home there. Luckily, Daniel Barden was rescued through the 26 Acts Of Kindness sponsored by Little Rascals Doggie Day Care and Boarding.
This darling boy is a strikingly handsome Hound. The hounds in his breed mix are a mystery, but he might have some Treeing Tennessee Brindle Hound in him. He is great with people, including children. Daniel Barden is a very sweet, friendly, and outgoing guy who likes other dogs. He loves to play or go for long walks. Whatever you want to do, he is just happy to be with you and likes to snuggle.
He is very smart and learns quickly. Daniel Barden has been working on basic obedience commands. He is looking for a person or family who would like him to come and live with them.
Can you provide Daniel Barden with a loving home? He will give his heart and soul to you if you will just love him! Please apply to adopt Daniel Barden today!
The adoption fee for this dog is $275, which helps with the cost of routine vet care. This fee INCLUDES spay/neuter and microchip. Our adult animal fees range and are based on: fees we pay to shelters, vetting costs, transport costs, and boarding costs. Some animals cost more than others to rescue, so that is why our fees range from $275-$350.
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