Animal Profile: Clint Eastwood is an adorable Bloodhound/Plott Hound mix joining us from Texas . He is estimated to be ~2 years old and currently weighs 62 pounds. His Texas foster report that he is VERY smart, strong, highly active & confident. He's a big goof ball that gets very excited to meet new people. He loves to play, splash water and LOVES squeaky toys. He has been shown to be good with both big and small dogs, does well with kids, but no cats for Clint. We will post more info as we get to know him.
Seattle Foster Update: Who wants a Handsome Hound? Clint Eastwood is full of good looks and swagger. HE is good with dog respectful kids 10 and up and good with other dogs. We are working on his leash manners, and this gentle goofy fellow wants to do the right thing -- you need to give him clear guidance because while he is gentle, he is strong and holds will follow their noses! Breed experience a plus!
Adoption Info: Adoption fee is $500, which includes spay/neuter, current rabies/DAPPV/bordetella vaccinations, microchip, health certificate, and heartworm test. All adoption fees are donations to a Washington non-profit corporation and all donations go to benefit the animals in our rescue.
Apply online at www.DogGoneSeattle.org
Animal History: This dog was rescued from euthanasia at a high-kill shelter in Texas and joined us from Scarf rescue partner. This dog will be available for adoption in Seattle once evaluated.
About Foster to Adopt Program:
Fosters provide a safe landing spot for dogs transitioning from the shelter environment and help prepare the dogs for adoption. You provide the love and structure, and we take care of everything else! We cover all vet care, and drive the adoption process. Average length of foster is 2-3 weeks. Fosters do get first consideration for adoption, if desired.
Apply to foster online at www.doggoneseattle.org/foster-application
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