Meet sweet Ned!
Edward T. is his proper name, but his friends and family call him Ned.He was named Edward T. (Ned) for a special and well liked former Governor. Ned is really special and well liked too! His credentials are top notch when it comes to being a loyal, fun loving, friendly guy.
Ned is in a foster home located in Eastern KY. His foster Momma says that he plays well with his foster brother, Homer. They zoom around the backyard playing chase and sometimes tug of war with a stick or squeaky toy.
Ned is always ready to go for a ride and wishes he could drive a truck. He enjoys going to new places and meeting new people. He does not know a stranger (big people, children and other dogs) are alright by him.
This sweet boy is a young guy approximately one and half year old. He is a fabulous mixed breed of possibly Beagle and Kentucky Sweetness. He weighs about 35lbs and is medium size. His coat is a beautiful fawn (tan) color with a splash of white on his toes and chest. He has soft brown eyes that twinkle with curiosity. Ned is completely vetted (neutered, heart worm negative, dewormed, up to date on all vaccinations and preventatives).
Ned is crate trained and walks on a leash. If you are looking for an active young guy, fill out an adoption application. He might be who you are looking for to share your heart and home.
Ned is presently in a loving foster home located in Eastern KY. Out of state adoptions and transportation can be arranged. If you would like to adopt Ned, please remember he is a young active fellow that will need exercise and a fenced in yard.
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