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Arriving 11/5! Please submit an application if you'd like to be considered for her.
3 years old, 65 lb, housebroken, best for older kids as she's a bit bouncy so we'd say age 10 and up, good with dogs and cats.
Disclaimer: There's no Beagle in Darcy, but we've heard a lot of people don't know about the different hound breeds so we marked it Beagle to help her listing get more exposure. She is a large hound breed, think Labrador Retriever size and you'll get the picture.
Darcy has been in foster care with another rescue out of state for 10 months with no interest. She sounds like a great dog! But unfortunately hounds are a dime a dozen in their area, so we're posting her here in the hope of finding her a great forever home. Please submit an application if you'd like to give Darcy her forever home and we'll arrange her transport to local foster care.
Here's what her current foster mom has to say about her:
âDarcy is 3 years old, a bit on the hefty side at the moment. She loves all and is friendly to all though small dogs don't always return her love! Darcy can play a little too joyfully for small pooches. She looks to be 65 lbs or so now and is fun loving and playful and would enjoy another dog to play with.
We are not a shelter. Our dogs are fostered in a home environment. All meetings are by appointment. If you are interested in meeting or possibly adopting this dog, please submit an application to begin the process. We respond to inquiries via email. Please watch your email for a response, usually within 12 hours.
Adoption fee: $275 + tax = $291.50
PLEASE NOTE: If it says COURTESY LISTING above, then please do not submit our application. Follow the directions to the other rescue's website and apply there.
Recommended dog trainer in the Lehigh Valley area: Jill Wright with K-9's In Training, website: http://www.k-9sintraining.net/ We've used Jill's services for our own dogs and foster dogs as needed. We LOVE her training methods...and so do the dogs! Please tell Jill you saw her info on the Happy Dog Rescue site.
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