My name is Sooner!

Hound (Unknown Type) Mix Dog for adoption in Pulaski, Tennessee - Sooner
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Giles County Humane Association

Facts about Sooner

  • Breed: Hound (Unknown Type) Mix
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Sooner is a handsome, young, playful hound mix in great condition. He is 2-3 years old, weighs 74 lbs, and has short white fur with large piebald markings and very striking pale blue eyes. He absolutely loves playing with children and dogs. With his very soft mouth, he will make a fantastic companion for dog-loving youngsters. Sooner is a typical hound mix--very interested in following scent trails and wanting to cover a lot of ground during "walkies." He is deaf and responds well to hand signals; he may benefit from a vibration collar to call him across distances. Sooner is learning to heel on leash and responds well to consistent leadership. Due to his size and his "follow-the-nose" tendencies, Sooner requires a large fenced yard and at least one minimum 30 minute walk per day, as well as daily active play time. He is still learning about living in a home, and will need guidance about what and what not to chew on as a house dog. A feeling of security will help with this; he will need a daily schedule he can count on, appropriate toys, plenty of exercise, and crate time that gives him a safe place to be when family is absent. The companionship of other dogs will also be a plus. He is crate-trained and a good car rider. Sooner is neutered, up to date on shots, and heart worm negative. (maj)

About Giles County Humane Association

About Our Rescue Group...

We believe that family pets are family members who fill our lives with joy and meaning. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit rescue group that strives to make a difference in the lives of animals within our rural community in south central Tennessee. Through education, awareness and our S/N Program for Giles County residents, we know that the result will be a huge reduction in the amount of local animals being euthanized. Rescues exist because of the overpopulation of cats and dogs. About 2.4 million healthy, adoptable cats and dogs—about one every 13 seconds—are put down in U.S. shelters each year. Often these animals are the offspring of cherished family pets. Spay/Neuter is a proven way to reduce pet overpopulation, ensuring that every pet has a family to love them.

The Giles County Humane Association lends a voice to those animals who cannot speak for themselves.


Come Meet Our Pets...

All our adoptable pets are in foster homes where we socialize them with people and other animals. Along with local adoption events we are an agency partner with the PetSmart store in Spring Hill, TN, in The Crossings shopping center. Our cats can be seen during store hours in the Cat Adoption Room, and our dogs from 11am to 3pm on Saturdays. If you are interested in meeting one of our furbabies, simply contact us, and we will work with you to schedule a meeting. Since we are an all-volunteer rescue, please be patient, as it may take up to 72 hours for a response. Thank you!

Our Adoption Process...

Who says you can't buy love? Our adoption rates say different. Please contact us for the specific adoption fee, which covers the pet's spay or neuter, vaccinations, testing, and worming. We require interested parties to complete our adoption application with veterinarian and personal references. If approved we will work with you to schedule a meeting with the pet, and if you decide to adopt, our contract is the last step. We do not adopt to homes with intact pets or to people under 21 years of age.