Cora is newly arrived from Kentucky where we suspect she is a discarded hunting dog. Although it's obvious that a litter of puppies is part of her recent history, she doesn't have the run-down appearance of a serial breeder. She was probably a good hunter as she keeps her nose on the ground and tracks whatever rabbit, squirrel or deer that has gone before her as she chatters the whole way - not full out baying, just low chattering - it's almost like she's talking to herself, "ok, left here, no... right, straight ahead..." She'll need some leash training to learn not to pull. Cora's a friendly girl and got on well with all the other dogs in the yard. She can be vocal, but that can be addressed with a little bit of training. She'll learn.
She's a smart girl! She would love to have the opportunity to have a family of her own, good food, soft bed and someone to regularly scratch behind her ears. Once she has learned the routine and what is expected of her, we expect her to be a wonderful family pet. Cora loves people. No apartments or condos. Must have a securely fenced yard or be a dedicated leash walker.
If Cora sounds too good to be true, we promise that she isn't! Please e-mail email@example.com if you are able to provide a temporary or permanent space in your home for this deserving girl.
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