A Male Hound-x presently Available For Adoption
Hey, Cooter Brown checking in and I’m fixin’ to find myself another home. Here’s the thing. Nothing wrong with my last home; good people who just didn’t count on a hound being a nose followed by a dog. I spent five years waiting in Louisiana for my first home and I’m tougher than a $2 steak, so this hasn’t got me down. No way. What kind of home do am I searchin’ for? I’m hopin’ to find me humans who are physically strong because until I learn to walk on leash, you will feel like your arm is being separated from your body. Animatch will have a few tips for you; nothing highfalutin’ but a harness would be a great investment. Extendable leashes are not worth a hill of beans when it comes to walking a hound dog. Now my prey drive is off the charts – surprise, I’m a hound and that’s my job. Not only do I need to exercise my body, my nose needs a daily workout. Use this thing they call Google and you will find all kinds of scent driven activities. This nose is not just a decoration! I will follow the human who feeds me, so training will become a whole lot easier. Don’t just fill in an application because I’m just so stinkin’ cute. I want to make sure that the next time we get it right. So, if you have what I need, fill in the Adoption Form and let’s get this show back on the road.
Hey, my name is Cooter Brown and it’s a pleasure to be at Animatch. I am one of the five dogs who recently made the long trek from Villalobos Rescue Centre in Louisiana. I miss my peeps at the shelter down there but after five years and no one choosing me, they said “pack your bags Cooter B., you’re goin’ to Canada!” In my younger days, the good folks at VRC said I was a little wild and woolly – a diamond in the ruff would have best described me. I’ve since matured and I have become a sweetheart who just wants to love my human and get heaps back in return. Being a hound suggests that I’ve got to exercise this nose of mine, so lots of long walks and treks through interesting places with different scents is a must. If you have a yard you will want it to be fenced just to be safe; then again you should know that you never leave any hound outside unattended – fence or no fence! I wouldn’t mind sharing my home with another dog and respectful kids who understand how to treat me gently. If your heart has been feeling sad and lonsome, let me fix that. I know all about loneliness and I promise to be a great companion. You would be correct to say I am just an all-around great dog – playful, athletic, and outgoing. If you adopt me, I’ll always be there for you. How does all that sound? Fill in the Adoption Form – I feel an adoption is just waiting to happen!
More Details About Cooter Brown
- Status: Available For Adoption
- Breed: Hound-x
- Size: Large
- Age: 6 years
- Gender: Male
- Grooming: Low
- Energy: Medium-High
- Children: 8 and over
- Cat friendly: No
- Dog friendly: Yes
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