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In shelter Dog

ONeill, NE, 68763
Pet name:
Redbone Coonhound
Red / Chestnut / Orange
Coat length:
Red is approximately 2 1/2 years old and hes a Redbone Coonhound. The things Red loves: rubs under the neck, long walks, but not to big on the running thing, treats. Red will sit, lay down and shake but only if he knows getting a treat is going to be involved. 
Red is house trained and does really well. He is not a fan of being left outside and he would much rather lay around the house and he does not take the heat well. He gets along great with cats, he is very protective especially of the children, so allow visitors cautiously. Red is very spoiled and they hope hell go to a home that will spoil him too.
Reds dislikes include wet grass, he wont walk on it, pulling on his collar, you must use a leash and he does great on a leash but does even better walking with a training collar so he can lead out in front of you. Use the vibrate mode, not the zap mode. Red will slow down and wait for you if you just say his name.
Lastly, Red needs to have a fenced in yard or on a leash. Once he catches a scent of something, hes gone. And hes much too smart for one of those outside invisible fences. It was tried with him and it failed. Red is a smart, goofy dog with a tail thats always wagging.


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