Genny was originally an owner surrender in 2011, so we have most of her life history. She has lived with other dogs, but would like a home without young children. We have tested her around some of the shelter cats and she seems to be respectful of them and not aggressive. She loves going for walks and spending time with the shelter staff and volunteers that visit each day. She is housebroken, crate-trained and leash trained (she pulls a little to get to good smells!) She will run away if allowed off leash, which is not surprising for a Hound.
Genny has already been spayed, microchipped, vaccinated, dewormed and tested negative for lyme disease and heartworm. She is ready to be adopted, so if you are interested please contact us or stop by and ask to meet her in person.
An approved adoption application is required to adopt an animal from the Tri-Lakes Humane Society. Our application is available on our main website or by contacting us.. We accept completed applications via email, postal mail or when you are able to visit us. For more adoption information please visit our website.
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