Cole is an 8 year old black and tan coonhound who has not seen the nicer side of life, but rescue is here to change that! Cole gets along great with other dogs large and small, kids and cats. He has no prey drive whatsoever, so hunters need not apply. He rides great in the car and loves to go for walks. He came into rescue weighing just over 100 pounds, and he was at least 20 pounds overweight. We found that he is hypothyroid, which is not expensive to treat (around $30 per month). He will need an adopter who is willing to take him on daily walks and follow up on his thyroid medication. In return he will love you forever. He loves to be with his person and will follow you from room to room. He loves to sleep by your feet or on a dog bed near your bed. He can be left free in the house when you are at work with no destruction. What a wonderful companion! Even though he is awesome with kids, we would prefer that if he goes to a family with kids, they be over 5 due to his size. If you would like to adopt this big ole snuggle bug, please go to our web site and fill out an application.
This dog's adoption fee is a minimum $100.00 donation to help us save more dogs. Southern Arizona Beagle Rescue, SoAZBR is an all-volunteer group. One hundred percent of your donation is used for the care and treatment needy beagles. Your donation is 100% tax deductible, too.
We URGENTLY need fosters so we can help save more dogs. If you can help, please contact us.
Southern Arizona Beagle Rescue Contact Info:
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Phone us at (520) 247-7720
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