Age: 5-6 Years Old
Weight: About 35 lbs.
Hi, my name is Hoodie and I am in search of my forever home. Here is what my foster mom has to say about me!
Daily Routine: Hoodie sleeps through the night. We are working on getting out of the idea that 4-5 am is breakfast time! She will go back to sleep and wait for a reasonable hour to eat.
What I love to do: Hoodie loves her walks!! She is used to going 3 miles or more. In the house she is a good girl, quietly lying or sleeping on a dog bed while I work. She also likes to carry around a stuffie toy here or there.
Personal goals: Hoodie sometimes pulls on the leash, but not bad. She is housetrained, and crate trained. She is total package you might say!
Favorite thing to do with my best friend: Hoodie doesn’t mind the other dogs in the home, despite one of them being a total jerk at times. She previously went to doggie daycare and always did well. She has not been living with cats or kids.
Kind of family I want: Hoodie is a good girl!! Someone will be lucky to have her as a faithful companion. She does need a family that is careful about giving monthly heartworm preventative as she was treated for heartworm when she was young.
Biggest fears: Hoodie is not affected by thunderstorms. No other fears have been noticed. Her previous family witnessed issues with boots/shoes (on feet) about 5 times in the previous 2 years. Nothing has been witnessed in foster care. The previous family had a trainer come to work with her 3 times but the trainer was also unable to witness any misbehavior. No issues seen currently.
Ideal weekend plans: Hoodie LOVE'S to be wherever her person is. She does not need to be entertained; just loved.
To apply to adopt Hoodie, please fill out the application under the "Adoption" heading. You can also find other information there on the adoption process.
Basset Buddies Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c )(3) not-for-profit organization and all donations are used expressly for the welfare of the dogs and most are tax deductible (please contact your tax adviser for more information). Wisconsin law requires rescues to have a license. BBR’s license number is 270086-ds.
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