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Female Adult Treeing Walker Coonhound

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About Geneva

Adoption Fee: $350.00

Geneva is a 5 year old, 65lb Treeing Walker Coonhound. She is a very sweet girl is good with kids and other dogs.  She is about 90% housebroken, loves dog parks, has a mild energy level until she goes to the dog park then it is high.  Her favorite toys are any fabric stuffed toy with crackling sound but not a squeaker, bully stick, antler, ball to fetch.  She does know some commandes: sit, no, good job. others that is a working process: stay, come, leave it. 

PAW places animals in the Washington, DC/Baltimore Metropolitan area only.



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Partnership for Animal Welfare

P.O. Box 1074 Greenbelt MD 20768

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