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Apricot / Beige
, White / Cream
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs, children.
Found this skinny red tick hound wandering the mountain. He was skittish at first but could not stand to pass up a meal of which he had been obviously deprived for a long time. He allowed me to easily lead him to the car and slept soundly safely as he probably had not out in the woods for so long having to be constantly vigilant of his surroundings. No collar and an old embedded collar wound to his neck which was healed. He is so loving and gentle. At the vets office, he gladly gave his paw so a new vet tech could practice getting blood. He is so easy going. He has now been neutered and has under gone months of heart worm treatment and is completely heart worm free and healthy. OK, so what are his bad points? He's a pet, not a hunter, he's a digger, and a jumper. He behaves in the house and wants a family to call his own. He is 6 years old and a real gem of a fellow. Please inquire about him. Photo #3 is the bad shape we found him in. He loves people and is so personable.When he gets out to run, he stays close on the property and comes back to his kennel. But if you're outside, he'll be sure to run up for an ear rub. He is such a love and a wonderful family pet.