I am a hound with a
direction: North! Not long ago I was abandonned in the
woods of West Virginia, with buck shot pellets in my legs. Barbour County shelter took me to their vet, and then nursed me back
to health. Vet said I was lucky, none of the pesky munition had
become lodged in my body. I am as good as new.
Now I am in NY - in the
company of pesky terriers. All of us are looking for good homes.
Like my cousins from WV , Jacob and Joshua. I would travel even further
North, should you want to adopt me! I would love to stretch out on an
LL Bean dog bed next to you while you relax near the fireplace.
I am a humble dog. Not much heard of, but when I raise my voice, it
is a melodic Southern drawl. Nice contrast to the yackediyack of
those local terriers here. Walking on leash is still a work in
progress, but I am obliging and try to pace my steps.
I am past
the silly iuvenile stage, 3 to 4 years old. I could put in many
years of faithful family hound. I am not into "things" and
could be trusted around the house, but I do not mind staying in a
large crate either.
So could I become your faithful