Boss let us know one morning…”I need more fiber.” Much to the chagrin of our backyard birds.
Posts Tagged: Treeing Walker Coonhound
While mom was at work I took a brand new can of parmesan cheese off the counter and ate it on the couch. Mom said it smelled like 1000 marathon runners took their shoes off in our living room. I’m not sorry at all! Sam
I liked Mom’s new sunglasses so much that I chewed both arms so I could keep them myself!
I was caught red handed (and brown coned) truffling for poopsicle treats in the snow
Our Coonhound Buford hates to be left alone. This is the effects of a few mistakes made on the part of my husband. These mistakes are listed below.
First mistake: waking up late and rushing to get ready for church
Second mistake: Not looking harder for the pins to secure the dog’s crate door
Third mistake: Using nail clippers to try to secure the crate
Final mistake: Not confirming door was secure
Result: dog escaped, locked himself in the bathroom then chewed his way out.
Does he look sorry?
Zoe is a Treeing Walker Coonhound mix available through A.A.R.F. (All About Rescue & Fixin) and is fostered in Cookeville, TN.
Zoe showed up as a stray at a rural shelter in need of emergency medical care. She has been a hunting dog, and we suspect she was neglected and abused due to the poor condition she was in when she arrived at the shelter. Her front teeth between the canines have been filed down, which is a common practice with hunting dogs. Zoe is eager to leave her hunting days far behind her, preferring to lay quietly on a soft quilt while savoring a good book. She is initially shy with strangers, but will come around if they are quiet and calm, and especially if they happen to have a little bacon to share. She is currently fostered with other dogs, and has grown to enjoy their company, but she would prefer to be an only dog. She has not been tested with cats, and has a very gentle disposition with children.
Zoe is house trained and crate trained, she is spayed, up to date on her vaccinations, and is on preventives for heartworm and other intestinal parasites as well as fleas. If you would like more information on Zoe please check out her profile here. Interstate adoptions are available.
Chance is a 2 year old Treeing Walker Coonhound. Chance is in Chicago, IL with One Tail at a Time. He has no shame and will flop on his back for a belly rub any chance he can. Chance is looking for a home with no other pets where he can rip apart stuffies, sleep on comfy beds, and get long walks. He loves playing with other dogs outside the home. Here is Chance’s profile.
This is Sheba. She is a 5 year old Treeing Walker Coonhound in Evansville, IN. She is available for adoption with It Takes a Village Canine Rescue. Sheba loves belly rubs and going for walks or runs. Just don’t surprise her with a fluffy canine running mate! We figure she is just jealous of the volume and body that Aussies and Collies have in their hair, since hers is so sleek and straight. She gets along with humans of all ages, most other dogs and cats. She will even do ok with fluffy dogs, once she gets to know them.