In your lifetime you come to find some unusual matches made in …well maybe not heaven…but here on earth. This girl’s momma is a Black and Tan Coonhound and Daddy? Well maybe he was a Mountain Cur or something equally handsome and regal. Joy is a happy girl that was born on June 3, 2016 and will be ready for a new home on August 27. This girl is a beautiful combination of God’s design in brindle markings and the Coonhound ears. My goodness what this little girl will become as a showgirl adult! Elongated body with long ears and that signature Hound dog long face and smile, Joy epitomizes the joie de vivre of a Hound. She loves all things in life. First on the list is FOOD, SLEEP and HUGS. She is a natural and accepting leader who will be a very pleasant dog to live a lifetime with. Her beautiful brindle stripes and happily wagging tail are quick to draw attention and a smile at the dog park. She shows a natural sense of order and housetraining with a strong sense of a “Place to go”. She is in a home with young children and other adult dogs. Cats would not be a problem to introduce to her as a young pup. All proper dog training is in place and being worked on. We start a wonder journey and you finish it with love and guidance. Are you up for the challenge? Plan on a 50-60 lbs adult dog…and worth every pound of love she will bring you. PLEASE NOTE: Our dogs are transported from Tennessee to meeting places in the states where we have posted. Further information about us is given on our Adopt-A-Pet site. The adoption fees vary and will be provided as well as noted on the application you receive. Contact us at 615-661-5333 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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