Eli is a bit of an introvert for a hound. He enjoys his buddies--people and dogs, but he’s just fine on his own. Eli can be seen loping around the field with his nose to the ground, or curled up on his bed, quiet as a mouse. He will sit with you while you rub his head, then check your hands for treats. Even if you have run out, Eli will grace you with his presence. Not for too long, though. There’s more exploring to be done, and that’s what Eli loves most.
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