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Wren Redbone Coonhound Bridgton, ME

  • Adult
  • Female
  • Large
  • Red / Chestnut / Orange


Affectionate, Playful, Protective, Brave, Curious, Smart, Athletic
Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs, cats, children.

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Meet Wren

Look at this gorgeous girl!!

Wren is a typical Coonhound--loud, fun, active, affectionate, and playful! She came from a home with another dog, cat, and children.

Wren is house and crate trained and has stellar basic obedience skills!!

She can be a loud girl and was used to wearing an ecollar or bark collar in her previous home. We have worked diligently to diminish her recreational barking with different methods while she is with us.

Wren will require a fenced-in yard, a run, or to always be leashed. Her Coonhound tendencies mean she can be territorial at times of her property and greet neighbors in a skeptical, loud, and intense way. She is not going to notice an in-ground fence collar when she is on the MOVE..

This lady has no experience hunting and is gentle as can be--she has always been an indoor, eagerly loved, family dog.

Wren would love to share a home with another dog or multiple dogs! She is playful in the daycare and has not met a single dog that she does not love to play with. She is gentle and considerate around cats.

Because of her boisterous nature, children over 8 may be the best fit for Wren.

An approved application is the first step to meeting any available animals.

All dogs in our care are up to date on vaccinations, heartworm/lyme testing, monthly flea and tick preventative, monthly heartworm preventative, fecal testing, and are spayed/neutered prior to adoption if not already.

All dogs in our care leave on foster-to-adopt contracts for the first 14-30 days in potential homes. These contracts set clear boundaries and expectations for potential adopters to ensure dogs are kept safe and set up to succeed in their transitions. If you are interested in adopting, please email

If you are looking to adopt a dog, any current dogs in your home must be up to date on Rabies, Distemper and Kennel Cough, heartworm/Lyme testing, monthly flea and tick preventative, monthly heartworm preventative, fecal testing, and be spayed/neutered. If you have any current cats in your home, they must be up to date on their Rabies, Distemper, flea/tick medication, and be spayed/neutered.

If you are interested in adopting, or have any questions, please email

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