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|Rescue Me ID: 17-11-28-00174Lucy (female)|
beautiful young 1 1/2 year old female that is wanting to run and play she is good with dogs she can sit down and stay she does bark a lot. Please call sean 317-224-8253
Marion County Indianapolis, IN 46236 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-11-21-00160Mason (male)|
Mason is a crate-trained, neutuered and housetrained cuddler who knows sit, down, shake and up. He loves the comfort of a down pillow and is very loving around children and adults. Doesn't really like cats much; the coonhound in him thinks they are prey. He LOVES other dogs, though and has a lot of energy. He and needs a place to roam and bark freely. When he's tuckered out, he's a giant teddy bear and snores like a full-grown man. He will do anything for food. Does get a little 'resource protective' when it comes to taking food away from him, such as when he knocks the trash can over or opens the oven to get the ribs I've been cooking. Would keep him, but his activity requirements are too much for our busy household. He needs to be with someone who will be home more than us and can give him the attention he needs. (Less)
Marion County Indianapolis, IN MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-11-06-00533Quin (female)|
Quin - 1 1/2 year old blue tick coonhound 50 lbs Great with dogs/people/kids No cats; not potty trained. Adoption fee $200.00 Sweet-tempered & softhearted Quinlan (Quin for short) charms everyone she meets; when you look into her big brown eyes, your heart will melt. Her silken ears & velvety mouth make it impossible not to caress her (which she loves); She is fabulous with other dogs and easily fits into a pack of all sizes/breeds/sexes. She doesn't have to play constantly; she easily entertains herself by hunting down squirrels & moles. She is the consummate digger; and she avidly hollows out trenches in her search for a varmint in the ground; she would do well to have a sandbox with special treats placed in it in her new home so that she had a special area where she could investigate her holes easily without damaging a lawn. She's not a big barker; we've only heard her howl a few times when she got particularly agitated about a squirrel. Other than that, she's pretty quiet and subdued. Quin is well-mannered & affectionate when meeting both dogs and people; she's definitely amenable with children but because she is food oriented (as are most hounds), we wouldn't put her in a home with toddlers. Our peaceful girl did surprise when we learned that she is absolutely not recommended with cats; there was a kitten at the vet's office and she was way too anxious to get to it for us to be comfortable putting her in a home with a feline. Although you wouldn't know it from her amicable & mellow disposition, Quin has a sad history. She was raised by an Amish 'puppy miller' as a breeder; although she's only 1-1 1/2 years old, she's already had one or two litters of puppies. Apparently she got loose one day when she was in heat; the Amish owner thought she might have mixed breed puppies so he was going to shoot her. Luckily a local rescuer heard of her plight and was able to convince the man to relinquish her. And then, when the rescuer went to get her, the owner punched Quin in the face when she balked at being on a leash (she'd never had one on before). Her right eye became severely infected but luckily was saved and is now healthy; it does have a permanent sagging portion on the lower lid but it doesn't affect her sight and our vet has said surgery is not needed. We are so grateful to the Good Samaritan who saved her and brought her to us. She initially was scared of being indoors and had to be coaxed inside; but now she's learned that it's warm & dry & comfy so she enters eagerly now. Quin has been a blessing and a joy; wouldn't you like to give this precious girl a great home? If you are interested in adopting, the first step is to fill out an adoption application. One can be found at www.waldosmuttleycrew.org (Less)
Waldo's Muttley Crew
P.O. Box 421798
Marion County Indianapolis, IN 46242 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-08-01-00180Remy (male)|
Please read entire description. As long as the ad is still available, we are still accepting applications on our website at www.pawswapofgreaterlafayette.com/adopting. This is a required first step of the adoption process. His adoption fee is $175. Meet Remy. This handsome boy is a 1.5-year-old hound/lab mix who totally looks like a hound in one picture and a lab in the next (see comments below). Remy is kind of perfect and awesome and totally easy to love. He is friendly, silly, happy, playful, and super loving. Remy used to live with other dogs and seems to still want to be friends with any canine willing to be his friend. Recently he has been an only dog and has been just as content as long as he gets plenty of play time and play dates. Remy also gets along well with cats. He wants to play with them, but is also respectful if they aren't feeling it. Our 60-pound love bug is quite the hugger, even if it isn't super appropriate. Interestingly he loves kids and doesn't hug the little ones who could topple over from his size. He always has an upbeat personality. Remy likes to go for walks, but does need an Easy Walk harness to keep him from tugging as much. He rides well in the car and alternates between looking out the window and curling up in a ball to take a nap. Remy loves toys, but most don't last super long. He shreds things that belong to him unless they are extra durable. Remy is neutered, up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, and microchipped. He is also solidly housebroken and crate trained. We want to add that Remy has always had a fenced yard and always does his business in the yard and not on walks. We aren't sure if he would be so perfectly housebroken if he had to rely on leashed walks for potty breaks. Please complete an application on our website www.pawswapofgreaterlafayette.com/adopting if interested in meeting Remy. (Less)
PawSwaP of Greater Lafayette
Tippecanoe County Lafayette, IN MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-07-04-00157Scooby- Foster Needed (female)|
Scooby is 7-8 years old and 50 lbs. She is very loving, good with kids, housebroken. Because of her age she would do best in a quieter home and with older children. She is reactive to some dogs... so she needs a home without other pets. She also needs a fenced in yard. If you can adopt or foster Scooby please fill out an application on our website at www.indianasaveadog.com She is up to date on vaccinations, spayed and microchipped.
DeKalb County Indiana
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Bluetick Coonhound in Indiana|
Bluetick Coonhound Dogs can make good pets in Indiana if they match your IifestyIe. Bluetick Coonhounds are friendly, intelligent dogs bred in the Southern United States. Blueticks are wonderful hunting dogs with a keen sense of smell. Bluetick Coonhounds normally make very good family pets, but can be difficult to train. Blueticks need a large fenced in yard. They will wander off easily to follow a scent if they are not kept on a leash. This hunting dog is not a good choice for households with small non-canine pets.
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