** Be sure to watch Dexter's videos below to see how well he get's along with his foster siblings**
As you can see my Dexter is really confused & can't understand why he hasn't been adopted after all these years with LnF Dog Rescue. He's my BEST boy & yes he is a bit chubby (but he could lose some weight if someone walked him daily) and yes he a mature senior, & yes he does need daily medication for his thyroid condition but his medication is inexpensive, and NO KITTES - BUT other than that he's a perfect loving funny companion!! Please come to see Dex on Saturday at our 'Home 4 The Holidays' Adoption Event!
Dex is: Constant Companion - Looking for an emotionally secure, mutually satisfying, low maintenance relationship? I am all you need. Let me sit at your feet, walk by your side, and I’ll be your devoted companion forever.
**Be sure to watch his video below** Dexter is extra-large at 105 lb. (but he could certainly use losing about 5 lbs or so) purebred Plott Hound. He is all black except for his face which is a unique marble markings and his socks are the same color which is representative the Plott Hound. A very striking gentleman indeed! He is very sweet and has a very soft & gentle heart. He's definitely a bright presence in our lives. He loves all the dogs and everyone he meets. He is even more more handsome in person. Dex has lots of love to give and is looking for that special family who would give him all the love he deserves for the rest of his life. He is just a sweet, goofy boy who loves people, other dogs, BUT NO KITTIES or small animals in the home.
Observations from his friend & weekly dog walker Bruno: “Dexter is a delight. He enjoys walking and will run for a while if I let him. Laid back, friendly, gentle.'
A minimum 4 foot high fence is always mandatory – there are NO exceptions to a physical fence & we do not accept any type of electric fence.
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