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In shelter Dog

Holly Springs, Rutherford County, Nor...
Pet name:
Coonhound, Hound, Mixed
White with Red, Golden, Orange or Chestnut
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Here at PMR we **love** a good hound dog.  Copper is wonderful and won't disappoint.  This handsome boy came to us as an owner surrender after the other dog in the home didn't accept him. It wasn't his fault!
Copper can be aloof at first-- he is still a 'puppy brain' and trying to figure where he belongs in the world.  Especially in new settings, there are so many great things to smell that he might get busy exploring his environment.  He does pull hard on a leash.  But once he settles in, he is just the sweetest baby who wants to cuddle, play, snuggle on the couch, and be your best friend.  
He loves other dogs and dog parks even more.  He has a a lot of energy and some older dogs might not appreciate his exuberance.  We also don't recommend young kids because he may jump on them-- he needs to learn manners.  He is potty trained and loves playing in the yard-- a fenced yard would be the best for him.
Copper does not, however, enjoy car rides.  He becomes very scared and just howls-- "what is this insane contraption?" he says and "why is the ground moving?"
This sweetie is just waiting for someone to give him a chance.


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