What do you get when you cross a basset and beagle? You get a Hunter the Bagel!
This seven year old made his way to us through several previous homes. Hunter is now at his foster home and loves his humans. Hunter gets along well with other dogs but doesn’t really like to share his toys.
He likes sleeping on the couch or dog bed and is completely housebroken. Not only has he mastered the dog door, he’ll let you know when he has to go out too. He loves being outside to chase and sniff out squirrels. He always has his nose in the grass sniffing out something. Hunter loves going for walks and does pretty well on a leash.
He is gentle when taking treats from you and loves giving kisses. He was attacked by other dogs at some time and sports a nasty scar on his front left leg. Although it does limit his range of motion, he doesn’t let it stop him.
Other than needing to lose a few pounds, who of us doesn’t need to?!, Hunter is ready for his furever home. The vet recommends a daily dose of glucosamine to help with those joints. If you’re ready for add Hunter to your family, fill out one of Suncoast Basset Rescue's applications HERE (or visit the link below) to schedule your meet & greet.
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