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Male Adult Treeing Walker Coonhound

If you have any questions about Rocky, please contact Partnership for Animal Welfare at

Partnership for Animal Welfare

About Rocky

Adoption Fee: $350.00

Rocky is a handsome 4-year-old treeing walker coonhound. He enjoys riding in cars looking at the scenery and walking in the woods sniffing the fallen leaves and other wonderful scents. In your neighborhood, this gentle boy will trot along nicely on a harness, glancing at the people and other dogs along the way.  

He recently lost his home of three years, so he needs stability, patience, love, and a calm environment to get back to his old self. And toys! —he’ll need lots of toys: puzzle toys, Kongs, chew toys! Rocky will do anything for treats. He loves ear massages. When you scratch his neck under his jaw, he points his nose straight up to the sky and closes his eyes. Ah, bliss!  Rocky leans into you and clearly longs for affection.

Rocky is house trained. In your home he will either stand at the door or bark to let you know he needs to go outside. He knows how to sit and lie down, and he’s learning leave it and place. He sits and waits patiently for meals. He prefers the company of adult humans. He needs time to get used to new environments. We don’t know how he is with cats.  

PAW places animals in the Washington DC Metropolitan area only.



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Partnership for Animal Welfare

P.O. Box 1074 Greenbelt MD 20768

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