These gorgeous Treeing Walker pups were surrendered by their owner and brought into Rescue. These 7-9 month old pups are full of energy and love exploring their new foster home. They love to roam and play and a few even like to relax in the puppy pool. The gang is holed up in the Dallas area. If you have room in your pack for a loveable pup, please fill out an application today.
Justine is a bit leery of strangers at first, but soon is happily wagging her tail and giving sweet little doggie kisses. Justine gets along great with all of the other hounds in her foster home and loves kids! She is housetrained and cratetrained and knows how to use the doggie door. She walks well on a leash and loves to explore around her home. Justine is on the small side at less than 50 lbs. She ignores the neighbors cats and doesn't bother with the horses.
Isaac is very smart and is easy to train. He loves playing and chasing with the big dogs in his foster home. He is very attentive and will come when called, and knows sit and down. He is very food motivated, but not aggressive, which makes training even easier. Isaac loves a good belly rub and will roll over at someone's feet if he thinks there's a chance for one. Isaac is approximately 45 lbs and is on the smaller side for a hound. He does very well in his kennel and will anxiously wait to be let outside to do his business. He also does well with kids and loves all people. If you have room in your heart and home for this goofy boy, please give Isaac a chance.
Ives loves being in the house; his ideal home would be one that would allow him to lounge on the sofa all day watching soap operas. Ives is approximately 50 lbs and is housetrained and doesn't use a crate, and he does know how to use the doggie door. Ives walks well on a leash and loves to be with his family, especially men. Ives is the ultimate lazy hound and if you have room on your sofa for this couch potato, Ives is your hound!
If you think you have room in your heart and home for this
wonderful Coonie, please fill out an
and get the process going on adopting a friend for life.
Thank you for considering a rescue dog!