My name is Hoop!

Labrador Retriever/Plott Hound Mix Dog for adoption in Gilbertsville, Pennsylvania - Hoop
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Mostly Muttz Rescue

Facts about Hoop

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever/Plott Hound Mix
  • Color: Brindle
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10505953
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.


Hoop has become an entirely different dog since entering her foster home. She no longer hides in the bushes or curls up in the corner. She has made herself quite at home! She plays just like a 6 month old puppy should play. She can be a little rough on the little dogs, but takes the big boys on like  a champ. She is a cuddler and would prefer to have the lap to herself. She will also follow you everywhere you go. She is a smart girl and even learned to use the doggie door on her own. Provided the doggie door is open, she does not have accidents. She loves to chew on toys and bones, but she needs to be watched as she also likes to swallow some of it; She is still adjusting to the environment away from her house and yard. She has gone to some events and does better at the outdoor events then the indoor. I don't blame her. I feel the same! She is an awesome, lovable dog that needs a little understanding when she makes the transition to a new home



Hoop is doing her best to settle into her foster home. She has endured a great deal of change in her life so far. At first she hid at the back of her crate, but her furry foster brother pulled her out to show her life is better outside of that box. He is teaching her "how to dog" as it appears she never learned  Now she will come out on her own and follow him outside. She has also stopped hiding in the corner and has now claimed the couch as her spot. She has gone for one walk with her foster brother, but stuck close to his side when she heard a noise or a car passed by.

Despite the fear, she is making progress and will be a great companion. She loves being pet, especially belly rubs. She also gave her foster mom her first kiss! She loves to eat, but insists it has to be in her safe space on the couch. Not a big deal, shes a very neat eater. She cries for a minute or so when she is placed in her crate for the night, but settles and sleeps all night long. She has not pottied in the house, but she has open access at all times to go outside. She has not met any children yet. We wanted to give her some time to settle in first. 



Hoop is just a sweet, tiny little girl who showed up at a shelter in South Carolina as a stray.  No one came looking for this brindle beauty, so she is making her way to PA.  She's just a youngin, so she'll need a refresher and potty training and she loves to play with other dogs.  Maybe she is just the girl you are looking for??

Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.

About Mostly Muttz Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Mostly Muttz Rescue is an IRS registered, 501(c)3, public charity that is an all-volunteer, foster based canine rescue striving to keep man’s best friend from dying alone in the shelter system.

We believe that every dog, regardless of health, deserves at least a fighting chance to live, to love and to be loved for the entirety of their life. At Mostly Muttz Rescue, we often choose to save dogs suffering from curable illnesses within the shelter system rather than rescuing dogs that will be easy to place.

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Our Adoption Process...

The Initial review of your application will occur within 72 hours.

Please contact your vet authorizing them to release information to us.
Also, let your references know we’ll be calling.
****Failure to take these steps may delay the process

Once your references have been contacted, someone will contact you to schedule a home visit.
After your home visit you will receive an email informing you of your approval.

Schedule a meet/adoption.

This meeting/adoption will take place at the foster’s home. You are required to go to the foster home as we do not deliver dogs. You will be able to finalize your adoption of the dog at this meeting.

Please read your contract thoroughly before the meeting.

You will be required to send an update at 2 weeks, 6 months, and annually. The email addresses for those updates will be at the bottom of the contract.

If it has been determined that training is a requirement for the dog you’re adopting this will be noted on the contract. You will be required to submit verification of training completion.

Payment by cash is due at the time of adoption. If you choose to use PayPal, payment should be made prior to the meeting/adoption. You will need to forward the electronic email you receive from PayPal, to to confirm your payment before the meeting/adoption.

Adoption Fees:

Puppies (8 weeks - 1 year old): $375 (If not already altered, a $100 deposit is required in addition to fee. This is refunded upon verification of altering.)

Adults: $300

Seniors (8+ years old): $200

Congratulations! You've just adopted your new dog through Mostly Muttz Rescue!

Mostly Muttz Rescue is dedicated to providing the adopted animals and their adoptive homes with on-going guidance and support. If at any time you need help feel free to contact use.

Thank you for considering adoption.