Wayland-Courtesy Post   

In shelter Dog

Rootstown, Ohio, 44272
Breeds:
English Coonhound
Colors:
Tan, Yellow, Fawn with White
Lost or found date:
07/04/2021
Pet name:
Wayland-Courtesy Post
Gender:
Male
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Description:
Wayland is a 3-4 year old English Coonhound best described as curious, energetic, playful and loving. He has a great personality. Wayland had many fears when he first came to us. He was in a hoarding situation with ~25 other dogs and lived outdoors his whole life, but now he loves the indoor life. At first he wouldn't leave our den, but is now exploring and comfortable in the whole house. He loves doing zoomies in the yard, eating, going on walks, sleeping, and sniffing. He is very food motivated, as he came to us underweight. He has since gained a few pounds and is also house and crate trained. Wayland will excel in a home with no young children and an experienced, patient dog owner. He would do great in a home with another dog, because he loves other dogs! Issues: needs puzzle bowl to eat slowly, resource guarding with high value items like juicy bones (we have been using the avoidance method for this), but needs training. Contact for more details!  Kayley 330-314-3834 Wayland is not a Rose's Rescue dog.  Please contact the caregiver Kayley 330-314-3834

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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