Pharaoh Hound puppies and dogs in Washington, District of Columbia

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These Pharaoh Hounds are available in Washington, District of Columbia.
We'll also keep you updated on Avery's adoption status with email updates.
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Pharaoh Hound Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Adult
Washington, DC
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Spayed or Neutered,
I'm in a FOSTER HOME! For more information or to set up a meet-and-greet, email my foster parent at . Avery is just a wonderful low-key cuddly young girl, who gets along with cats and dogs. She's so pretty with her gorgeous grey and white coat and big pointy ears. Her eyes are soft and sweet. Avery has been a pretty low maintenance pup in foster care! She does well with other dogs, and is really good with our two scaredy cats and gives them their space. She loves playing tug and running around with her foster sister (our resident dog) and is happy to share her toys and snacks with her. Avery is medium/low energy and is a home-body. She likes to play a bit each day and likes to have a toy to chew on. She's good on a leash, though prefers her walks to be short and gets excited to turn around and go home when she is done walking. Avery loves to cuddle and is a great couch companion - she likes to glue her body right up next to her human's, though is ok with a dog bed too! Avery wants to be adopted by a gentle, mellow family that will give her the time and space to acclimate. She is well worth all the efforts as she is just a very nice dog. Avery arrived at the shelter as a super bashful pup. She was lost, alone and unsure of the world. We spent quiet moments with her to help her gain her confidence. It's amazing what a little love, patience, and yummy treats can do! She's really blossomed in her foster home and is ready to find her forever home. Please reach out to her foster parent at and meet Avery soon!

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These Pharaoh Hounds are available for adoption close to Washington, District of Columbia.
We'll also keep you updated on Fawn G's adoption status with email updates.
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Fawn G

Pharaoh Hound

Female, Young
Fairfax Station, VA
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Fawn is a sweet girl with the most beautiful reddish-brown coat! She's young and fun and loves to play. She gets along well with other dogs and loves people too! Got a tennis ball? You'll be best friends! Fawn would love a home with a fenced back yard where she can run and play. Let us know if you'd like to meet this cute girl! Thank you for your interest in Fawn G! Please visit to get the most up-to-date and accurate information on this pet, to email the contact person listed for more information and how to meet Fawn G, or to submit an online application. HART adopts to the local DC/VA/MD metro area only. Visit our website for more information about our adoption process.

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We'll also keep you updated on Rosie's adoption status with email updates.
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Saluki Labrador Retriever

Female, Young
Washington, DC
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Good with: Dogs Not good with: Small animals, children under 10 (out of caution due to prey drive) House trained: Yes Noise level: Moderate I'm Rosie, a Beldi (Moroccan country dog) and despite a rocky start to life, I'm here to bring joy and love to my forever home! My journey began overcoming challenges my mom and litter mates were poisoned and I survived being hit by a car. Thanks to a kind Moroccan foster I'm now thriving and ready for a fresh start in DC! Seeking a pup that already comes with training? Fits right into your household with little transition? Look no further! I am house-trained, do well in my crate, know tons of basic commands, and am easy on the leash (minus the occasional squirrel or cat). I'm a confident and happy pup who loves adventures, meeting new people, and playing with other dogs. I'm always up for new experiences and am not phased by much. I'm a smart and eager learner having already mastered commands like sit, down, crate, paw/shake, heel, and of course my name! Treats are my weakness and I'm more than willing to learn new tricks or good training habits. Squirrels and small critters catch my eye on walks but I've made huge improvements in my leash skills and know the command "heel" which makes walks easy according to my fosters. A home with cats or small animals might not be the best fit due to my natural inclination to chase. I'm fully potty and crate trained and I've embraced the luxury of house living. Dog toys are my go-to for chewing and after a good walk or run I love to relax at home. I'm not shy about vocalizing my thoughts but I am learning that not every thought needs to be shared. I might still give a few whines or barks to communicate with my family if I want something or hear noises outside. While I wouldn't be a great fit for a household with small kids (under 10), I'm a big fan of attention and affection rubbing up against legs for pets and occasionally going through the middle of your legs to be extra cutesome say I'm a bit cat-like. My foster family adores my sweet and goofy nature. I love going between their legs for attention sitting on their feet for pets and prancing around the yard with my favorite toy. I've easily settled into their home, enjoying playtime with their dog and meeting all their friends. I can't wait to find a forever home where I can share all the love I've got to give! My foster guardian says: "Rosie is the biggest sweetheart and loves all the attention! You can definitely count her in on cuddling on the couch snuggling while watching a movie. She does very well with a dog that is of similar size & energy to her! She can be a little vocal when she hears unfamiliar noises outside though its only to alert us. Rosie is crate trained & has no problem hanging out & snoozing while we are out during the work day." Likes: Playing with toys, running around the yard or dog park, playing with other dogs napping near my people treats! Dislikes: Bikes/scooters and squirrels/small animals (might bark or try to chase) My ideal home: An active household that enjoys going for long walks hikes and playing fetch; an owner that will be committed to maintaining the commands I already know; and/or a home with another similarly sized playful dog or an owner that is looking for a social dog that loves doggy playdates. Please visit our website to learn more about this amazing dog and to see other dogs available for adoption!

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Humane Rescue Alliance - Foster

71 Oglethorpe St. NW, Washington, DC 20011

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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HART (Homeless Animals Rescue Team)

P. O. Box 7261, Fairfax Station, VA 22039

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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