I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, and not good with cats.
Maybelline is a 5-year-old female Treeing Walker Coonhound. She looks like a big Beagle, but she is a Coonhound. Like a Beagle, she will follow her nose and sometimes her nose switches on and her brain switches off. If she gets on a scent while going for a walk, she will tow you behind her and be oblivious to you while she follows what she smells. A slip lead or non-pull harness helps to keep her from pulling too hard. She requires a fenced yard to keep her from wandering away to find a really good smell.
Maybelline is house-trained, crate-trained, and is fine in the company of other dogs who are as lazy as she is. She gladly joins the hound lineup on her foster mom’s couch and enjoys a nice leisurely walk around the neighborhood. Every now and then, she will get excited and play with a toy, especially a plush squeaky. She does have a bit of a prey drive, and it is best that she does not live in a house with cats, guinea pigs, or other small furry creatures. She is especially obsessed with birds and may have been used to hunt birds in her former life. She cannot live with birds as she will not leave them alone.
Maybelline responds best to firm commands, and she does seem to listen to men much better than women. She has a stubborn streak and will sometimes ignore her foster mom but then obey when her dad repeats the command. Due to her stubborn nature, she should be in a home without small children.
Maybelline is the ideal companion for hanging out on the couch, going for long walks in the woods, taking car rides through the drive-thru (she will drool when she hears you place your order), and just hanging out and enjoying life. (We have caught her secretly searching Tinder for a guy who likes the great outdoors and binging on Netflix.)
Maybelline is current on vaccines, spay/neutered and heartworm tested. Adoption fee for Maybelline is $250. If you are interested in adopting Maybelline, please fill out an adoption application http://www.furgetusnotrescue.org/application.html .