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Leon Steele   

In shelter Dog

Rockaway, Morris County, New Jersey, ...
Pet name:
Leon Steele
Redbone Coonhound
Coat length:
They call me Leon. I’m a good-looking Redbone, 9 years old and 44lbs, with big soulful eyes (so I’m told) who’s just looking for someone to love me in a long-term relationship. You see, when I love, I love completely but I need some time to get to know you. Can you give me some of your time? I promise to make it worth your while.

I live at EHR’s kennel but one day a week my best friend brings me to his house to hang with him and his family. Those are the best days because I get to run & run & just stretch out my long legs. It just feels so good. And I have a canine buddy who runs & plays with me, too, along with a couple of teenaged boys. I mean, those are the happiest hours of my week. And they’ve helped me learn good house manners so when you find me – and I sure hope you do – you will be impressed by what a good dog I am.

I’m housetrained and I don’t jump up on the furniture – I’ve even completed a dog obedience class. I have lots of energy and I love to play with toys. I’m a good listener and I’m eager to please – all I want to do is make you happy.  I’ve worked hard to become the dog I am today with a lot of help from my friends.

I hope you’ll give me the chance to prove that I’m the right dog for you. Go to and fill out an application to adopt (or to foster if you’d just like to take things slow with me) and be sure to mention my name – LEON! I’ll be waiting at the kennel, patiently, hopefully, for you to find me & bring me home.


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