Hi! My name is Bruno (Mars) and I am a young, energetic, intelligent and extremely handsome Redbone Coonhound! I am around one year old and have lots of fun energy. I love to romp around my foster moms backyard for a long time playing with my foster siblings. I ADORE other dogs and must go to a home with at least one other dog. I do best with dogs that are 30 pounds or bigger and who like to play hard! My high energy can be overwhelming for a small dog though I am not aggressive with them. I am looking for a home with a fenced in back yard as well since I have such high energy!
As any hound does, I have the nose of a life time. I love to sniff and if I catch a scent I become determined to follow it! My foster mom uses an Easy Walk Harness with me and it helps a lot! I really love to go for walks as well as play in the backyard! I am great with my human foster cousins who are 8 and 10! They love me and my floppy ears! When they come over we play fetch in the back yard with my other furry foster siblings for hours! Because I am young and goofy and am still learning how to respect others space I want to avoid going to a home with small children!
I am a notorious counter surfer (though I am improving every day) and sometimes I walk right off the couch on to the coffee table. Foster mom is working with me on house manners but some of these traits are just what it is to be a hound! Someone who loves an energetic, loving and sometimes mischevious companion would be perfect for me! I also have that adorable hound bark which my foster mom thinks is so precious!
I am up to date on vaccines, microchipped, neutered and on monthly heartworm and flea/tick prevetion. My adoption fee is $225. If you have any questions about me please email my foster mom at FCHSLauraElizabeth@gmail.com
To adopt me please fill out this application! https://fchsnc.formstack.com/forms/dogadoptionform_
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