When you rescue a dog from a shelter, you are never sure of the breed. But Hannalei most definitely has Fox Hound in her mix. In fact, she may be purebred (just look up American Fox Hounds). But whatever breed Hannalei is, she is a beautiful dog. Our vets estimate her age at 8-years old, but she acts and looks much younger. And Hannalei weighs 55 pounds and stands about 24-25” tall.
Fox Hounds are easy-going, sweet tempered dogs, but they can be a little independent and stubborn and this girl is no different. But Hannalei is also calm and loves to be with people; although she is a little shy at first. And she loves people, big and small and gets along well with other dogs. One word of warning as with any “scent” breed...keep them on-leash whenever not in a secure fenced area. After all, Hannalei is bred to “ride to the foxes, running alongside horses, and she loves to run. So, if you need a running buddy, Hannalei is your girl. But she will also be happy with daily brisk walks.
Hannalei is house trained and doesn’t need a crate, but could probably learn to use one if needed. She is also good on her leash with just a little pulling. Hannalei is an absolutely beautiful girl and she will make a great companion for an active family.
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