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754 Black and Tan Coonhound Dogs have been adopted on Rescue Me!
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|Animal ID: A027917Darbie (female)|
What a complete SWEETHEART!!! 'Darbie' wants nothing more than to be your lap dog. She adores being close to you and just sitting in your lap, getting attention and giving you LOTS of kisses! Just watch her video and you will see what a complete and total LOVE she is!!! She would make a wonderful companion pet ... if she only gets the chance. You won't regret opening your heart and home to this little treasure! Can you open your heart and home? PLEASE HURRY! This pet has been at the shelter since 06/09/14!!
Newnan Coweta Humane Society
Coweta County Newnan City, GA MAP IT!
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|Rescue Me ID: 14-06-05-00228Abbey (female)|
URGENT! URGENT! URGENT! Located in Athens, GA Please forward to anyone who may be able to help (ie. everyone) Even a temporary foster or no-kill shelter that could house her while a permanent home is sought would be immensely appreciated. This sweet girl deserves a chance to live out her final years... Call Adrienne for further information at 706-254-4536 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org Senior female dog (will be 10 years old in November) looking for home with no other dogs. Abbey is about 90 pounds, is current on all vaccines, has been spayed, and has no known health problems. She looks like a large black and tan coonhound, with a longer nose, like a Doberman. She also comes with her own crate. Abbey was adopted at a Walmart in December 2004, and her current owner adopted her in early 2005. She has been a good companion all those years except for a serious dog aggression problem that has gotten considerably worse as she has aged, and has not been helped by various trainers or medication. Some facts about Abbey: - She's smart; - She loves babies and children (she is CRAZY about them); - She likes people; - She responds to commands; - She's cage-trained (crate provided to the new home); - She's been very healthy and has no known health problems. Despite endless attempts and plenty of money, the owner has never been able to get her beyond her intense aggression with other dogs. There is one other dog that she grew up with, and with constant vigilance, there is some amount of peace, but every now and then some instinct takes over and she has a sudden outburst of dog aggression that has to be waited out by kenneling her until the episode passes and she calms down. This aggression is only toward dogs, not people. Abbey has never been exposed to cats, so that is an unknown, and probably not worth risking. She is, however, very squirrel aggressive, and if you say the word squirrel, she goes nuts trying to get to the windows and find the squirrel. Due to an injury from a fall that the current owner is dealing with, vigilance has been difficult, and trying to keep the dogs apart has become a burden. The need for another home came about when the owner's roommate was walking her in the neighborhood on a leash and three off-leash dogs came running up to them. An aggressive altercation occurred, and the roommate, in his 70s, was injured trying to break up the dogfight and ended up in the hospital. Since that time, Abbey has been boarded at a clinic while waiting to find a possible home. Interestingly, there have been no issues of aggression at the clinic despite being kenneled beside other dogs. We suspect that there is some type of possession issue associated with her home, her owner, and her owner's roommate that just isn't present in a foreign environment. The ideal home for Abbey would be a dog-free environment where Abbey could live out her senior life as an only dog and someone's faithful companion. She is very sweet with people, and deserves to have her final years without the mental trauma that being around another dog causes her. Even walking her where other dogs may run up to her off-leash can result in an incident, so a fenced area might be a good option for her, although this has not been tried. She is not a dog that someone can take to the dog park or walk where another dog might come up to her. If you know of someone that can provide Abbey the type of home she needs to live out her life, please contact the current owner, Adrienne, at 706-254-4536. This has been a very difficult decision for the owner who has been torn apart by the situation, and she would be grateful to know that Abbey has a chance to live out her life as someone's companion and best friend. (Less)
Clarke County Athens, GA 30605 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-05-23-00434rocky (male)|
I can't take care of him anymore needs a new home and a good trainer loves attention
Catoosa County ringgold, GA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-04-29-00332Corky (female)|
Corky is a joyful coonhound mix who embraces both the keen intelligence and single mindedness of the hound breeds. She is 8 months old and overflowing with puppy enthusiasm for playing with toys, people and running full tilt with her incredibly long legs. Her tenacious sprit can have her climbing tees and following a ground scent with steadfast focus to find the object that her nose tells her most be located. She was in an adoptive home for 6 weeks and quickly learned to ring a bell to go outside to potty/play and to be let back into the house. She adapted to crate training, learned to sit for all meals and snacks, and learned to lay down, roll over and shake hands. She loves to chase a frisbee but is still working on how to catch it. Loves to be with people and if permitted would be in your lap or beneath your feet. One of her downfalls is her excitement inspired by kitties which motivates her to chase them. She is clueless as to their aversion for her enthusiastic hound attempts to play catch and toss with them, much as she does her toys. Her second downfall is her desire to dig holes that average 3 feet deep. She will happily help you plant your trees and shrubbery. A little more training is in order to correct her shortcomings. She is very pack oriented and loves dogs as much as she does people. While in her adoptive home, she was DNA tested and the results showed her to be primarily a Treeing Walker Coonhound with some English Springer Spaniel and German Shepherd. To see more photos and to follow her adoption journey, LIKE us on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Charles-Smithgall-Humane-Society-and-Adoption-Center/548822128495391 (Less)
Charles Smithgall Humane Society
4823 Helen Hwy 75N
White County Sautee, GA 30571 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-04-10-00499Luna (female)|
Luna is a very sweet girl. She would love to have kids to play with and could use some training she is very smart. She could be a great addition to any family.Please call Rascal Rescue @ 912 673 8996
Camden County Saint Marys, GA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-03-23-00269Himalayan (male)|
Dawson County Humane Society
Dawson County Dawsonville, GA MAP IT!
|Animal ID: A19600531Jillian (female)|
This is Jillian! Estimated DOB: 2/18/13 Hound Mix This girl is very smart and has been getting obedience lessons with one of our wonderful volunteer trainers. She also loves water!
Humane Society of Morgan County
1170 Fairground Road
Morgan County Madison, GA 30650 MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Black and Tan Coonhound in Georgia|
Black and Tan Coonhound Dogs can make good pets in Georgia if they match your IifestyIe. The Black and Tan Coonhound is a brave hunting dog with a keen sense of smell. Coonhounds are friendly, sociable, laid-back family companions. Coonhounds generally do fine with older children. A Black and Tan Coonhound needs a large fenced yard in which to run. This breed likes to follow scents and needs to be kept on a leash when taken out.
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