Adopt ** Mae Senior ** a Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White) Coonhound / Mixed
Meet Mae! Mae came to us with extensive medical needs. She had and was treated for heart worms (now officially negative). Mae also came to us with multiple masses and we had twelve of them removed. Mae also has bullet fragments in her right front leg that we have decided not to remove per the recommendation of our veterinarian. We don't think many dogs are sweeter than our Mae! This girl is low maintenance and surprisingly quiet for a hound. At 1st we believed they had debarked her. But now she will occasionally reward us with a hound howl. Given Mae's advancing age, she needs a home that can allow her to go out every 3-4 hours. Mae is in a foster home with multiple other dogs and gets along with everyone, she even ignores the cat! Mae is crate trained, potty trained, up to date on vaccines and spayed. We believe Mae to be 10-twelve years old. If you are interested in meeting Mae, please complete an application at our website, www.helporphanpuppies.org. Please note our adoption requirements and go ahead to contact us with any questions. ** PLEASE NOTE: ALL PETS ON OUR SITE ARE AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION. WE UPDATE THIS LIST DAILY** Please note: All of our dogs are fostered locally a min of two weeks. Adopting a dog that has been fostered locally is a very important consideration. Animals that are fostered locally in private homes allow the fosters to learn more about the dogs personality and allows for making the best match possible. Also, animals that are transported into our area and placed directly often carry diseases, including parvo and distemper. Animals can also become ill on transports to the northeast, as they are exposed to other animals in route. If you have any questions regarding these diseases and the risks of not adopting locally, please contact your veterinarian. Also consider any group that does not require a home visit. If they are not conducting a home visit consider if they are vested in where their animals go. As an organization, we invest a significant amount of time into all of our dogs, including crate training, potty training, obedience training, and determining each dog's personality to consider making the best match possible. Help Orphan Pups is registered with the New York State Department of Agriculture and our certification number is RR047.
February 17 on Adopt-a-Pet.com