These are Daisy and Tommy, both about 8 years old. They have lived with each for about 6 years and love playing together in the house and in the yard. Other dogs sometimes visit them and they all get along fine.
Ideally, they should be adopted together, since they've lived with each other for years, but each could probably get along with any other dog if they were adopted separately.
They know plenty of commands and recently visited the vet, so they are up to date on all inoculations and are spayed and neutered. Daisy is micro-chipped.
They don't need long walks, so, if you like to just sit at home, they are fine. As long as they have a fenced-in back yard, they are happy. They are glad to wait for you at home while you are at work, too.
They both love rawhide and like to settle down for a good chew after eating their bowls of food.
Daisy is the larger one and is a mix of two Coonhound breeds (Redbone Coonhound and Black-and-Tan Coonhound). She's extremely friendly and loves everyone she meets. She loves food and will counter-surf if the opportunity presents itself. She virtually never barks--just part of her personality.
Tommy is a Treeing Walker Coonhound and loves running in the back yard and barking at whatever he sees, whether it's deer, wild turkeys, or cats walking through the yard.
They'd love to stay where they are, but their owner recently died, so they need new homes. They want to find a new family, because they miss their owner and need some people to love.
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