Maggle is a free-spirited girl who prefers to be an only dog so she can have all of your attention. Waggle loves people big and small, and hounds make excellent family pets. She just isn’t a fan of other animals.
When she isn’t chasing a scent, you can find Maggle playing fetch with her ball or playing with her collection of toys. Maggle is house trained and doesn’t require a crate—she is very respectful of her home. Maggle also has a “charming” quirk common to hounds...she can be quite vocal – hounds were voted one of the top 12 most talkative dogs...and they can talk a lot when they are bored or separated from their adopted family (or pack).
Although I shouldn’t reveal a young women’s age (shhhhh), Maggle is about 4-years old, and she weighs a healthy 60lb...but she needs to lose about 10lb. The good news is Maggle also enjoys moonlight strolls and long walks and does quite well on leash. And a securely fenced yard will make a safe place for Maggle to explore all her exciting scents without becoming lost from her new family.
Maggle knows there is a place for her..someone who will love and care for only her. You can be sure, she will be more than enough to fill your life. So, go ahead and fill out an adoption application at the web address shown below so you can meet this gorgeous Southern Belle with eyes of gold. Don’t keep her waiting.
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