Peach is a 2 year old 50 lb coonhound who came to us from a Kentucky shelter. She has arrived in Massachusetts and is fostering north of Boston. Peach is friendly with new people, very affectionate and likes to be petted. She has loved every kid she has met, and would make a wonderful family dog. Peachs ideal home would have space for her to relax and a fenced yard for sniffing and sunbathing. She has a high prey drive and has been very interested in critters out on walks. She has been walking well on leash as long as other dogs arent around. Peach is crate trained, and likes to have her own space to retreat. She has done well when left alone during the day. Peach thrives off the attention of her humans, but not so much with other dogs. She would love nothing more than to be someones one and only cuddle buddy.
If you’d like to apply to adopt, please submit an application using the link below.
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About our rescue
We are a foster based rescue. Our dogs are in foster homes throughout the area or in some cases in the south waiting to be transported north. We do not have a physical shelter. However, meet and greets are set up for approved applicants.
Our Adoption Process
Visit our website www.necoonhoundrescue.org for information about the Coonhound and Beagle breeds. Read ‘Is a Coonhound Right for You’.
If youd like to apply, our application is available at the link above. Once we review your application one of our Adoption Counselors will be in touch to review it with you. Once the phone interview is completed, we will check your vet reference as well as a personal reference and conduct a home visit.
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