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Adopt Hermoine Granger

Female Adult Beagle / Labrador Retriever

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Weimaraner Rescue of Texas

About Hermoine Granger

Hi, my name is Hermoine (I go by Hermie).  I like cold nights by the fire, a warm fluffy blanket, morning belly rubs, scooby snacks, squeaky toys, big ole bones and going on walks/jogs with my person.  Favorite times of the day are breakfast and dinner.  Nothing better than a great meal and a nice nap afterward. I’m pretty much potty trained, and I know how to sit like a lady.  I’m 3-years-old and about 27 pounds - just right for my height and body type.  While I’m mostly a house-dog, I like my time outdoors as well.  I rarely bark when outdoors and enjoy watching the squirrels run across the fence.  I never dig as it gets my nails dirty.  One of my favorite things is walking/jogging in the neighborhood.  Neighbors marvel at my leash skills. So everyone has a story.  Mine isn’t so great.  I was rescued from a pretty bad situation with two other dogs.  We obviously weren't Weimaraners but WRT couldn't just leave us in the situation we were in (there are several pictures posted here of my "before" look).  WRT DNA tested us and I'm 37.5% Beagle, 25% Labrador, 12.5% Amstaff, and 25% Sporting Breed group.  We all had a variety of worms (including heart worms) and mange.  So, I’m…well, I’m bald.  I’m getting some hair now, but it seems to take FOREVER to grow back.  But for a bald girl, I’m pretty cute! It takes time for me to trust people.  But I definitely bonded with my foster mom.  She has another dog – a beagle/basset.  I’m not very good with sharing, and would really prefer to be an only dog.  Her dog is friendly enough, but it seems like every time her dog wants something, I want it too.  Envy is one of the seven deadly sins…that’s what my foster mom says.  Anyway, I want to be special…an only dog. While I’m guilty of getting into occasional tussles with my foster brother, I NEVER bite.  That’s just not my thing.  Panic maybe, bite…never.  So I’m looking for that special person with patience and kindness, someone that lets me lick the plate every now and then .  I hope that’s you! I'm being fostered in the San Antonio area if you'd like to meet me. ##759509##

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Name
Hermoine Granger
Age
Adult
Gender
Female
Size
Small
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure
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Hermoine Granger

Beagle

Hi, my name is Hermoine (I go by Hermie).  I like cold nights by the fire, a warm fluffy blanket, morning belly rubs, scooby snacks, squ... show more

Hi, my name is Hermoine (I go by Hermie).  I like cold nights by the fire, a warm fluffy blanket, morning belly rubs, scooby snacks, squeaky toys, big ole bones and going on walks/jogs with my person.  Favorite times of the day are breakfast and dinner.  Nothing better than a great meal and a nice nap afterward. I’m pretty much potty trained, and I know how to sit like a lady.  I’m 3-years-old and about 27 pounds - just right for my height and body type.  While I’m mostly a house-dog, I like my time outdoors as well.  I rarely bark when outdoors and enjoy watching the squirrels run across the fence.  I never dig as it gets my nails dirty.  One of my favorite things is walking/jogging in the neighborhood.  Neighbors marvel at my leash skills. So everyone has a story.  Mine isn’t so great.  I was rescued from a pretty bad situation with two other dogs.  We obviously weren't Weimaraners but WRT couldn't just leave us in the situation we were in (there are several pictures posted here of my "before" look).  WRT DNA tested us and I'm 37.5% Beagle, 25% Labrador, 12.5% Amstaff, and 25% Sporting Breed group.  We all had a variety of worms (including heart worms) and mange.  So, I’m…well, I’m bald.  I’m getting some hair now, but it seems to take FOREVER to grow back.  But for a bald girl, I’m pretty cute! It takes time for me to trust people.  But I definitely bonded with my foster mom.  She has another dog – a beagle/basset.  I’m not very good with sharing, and would really prefer to be an only dog.  Her dog is friendly enough, but it seems like every time her dog wants something, I want it too.  Envy is one of the seven deadly sins…that’s what my foster mom says.  Anyway, I want to be special…an only dog. While I’m guilty of getting into occasional tussles with my foster brother, I NEVER bite.  That’s just not my thing.  Panic maybe, bite…never.  So I’m looking for that special person with patience and kindness, someone that lets me lick the plate every now and then .  I hope that’s you! I'm being fostered in the San Antonio area if you'd like to meet me. ##759509## show less

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Oakley

Weimaraner

Oakley, age 8, Silver Gray, Female Weimaraner, natural tail, 56 pounds, Spring, Texas.  Oakley is a very friendly dog who loves people.... show more

Oakley, age 8, Silver Gray, Female Weimaraner, natural tail, 56 pounds, Spring, Texas.  Oakley is a very friendly dog who loves people.  She enjoys being with teenagers and has been friendly with young children who have visited the foster home.  She loves to be around you all the time.  She likes belly rubs and just laying by you.  She moves room to room with me.  She would love to hang out on the couch or sleep in your bed and sometimes sneaks onto the couch or bed but gets off if asked.  She likes to be in her crate or sleep on her bed but doesn’t like the door to be closed.  She is fine while you leave the house but not while someone is home.  She is house trained and sleeps through the night, but she wants to be in the same room with you. She does not chew on anything she is not supposed to but has never been left alone.  She wants to please you so if she is doing something like barking and you call to her, she usually will come.  The foster has started teaching her some basic commands and feels like she might learn quickly with treats.  She does like to surf the counter and loves to open packages of food from the pantry. She is great in the car, in a crate, or sitting on a mat.  She loves to bark at people and animals that she sees.  The foster's back yard is open to a community walking path and has a 4-foot wrought iron fence.  She has not attempted to go over the fence.  She likes to bark to get your attention and when she wants something.  She will put on a collar and will let you take her on walks, but she really likes to pull.  The foster finds the best way to control her is with a gentle leader.  It has helped quite a bit in walking her.  She is just starting to play with toys and chase balls.  She has no problem with you touching her anywhere.  They have only tried using the drill to do her nails and she will do it with treats. She has been aggressive at the veterinarian around other dogs and did need to be muzzled at the visit.  She has not been around a cat, but she is not good with dogs and MUST be in a home without any other animals. She does not pay attention to what she is doing and when she wants to get somewhere, she will jump over things or push through you.  The foster has some concerns that she might show possessiveness with small children, but she has not been around any small children.  The youngest child has been 7 years old.  She had her nails clipped while she was under sedation, so we have not tried to cut the nails, but have tried to use a drill.  She is fine with the noise but when trying to do it she kept pulling her paw away. Oakley had surgery a few days after she was picked up from the shelter.  She had three large growths - two were just cysts, but one did come back as squamous cell carcinoma.  Squamous cell carcinoma, which is not as serious as some other type of carcinoma, is related to exposure to the sun in light colored dogs.  The vet removed the mass with good margins it just needs to be watched to make sure it doesn't come back right away and the vet also suggests it would be good to occasionally check lymph nodes on back of knee on leg no masses are forming there.  Her stitches have been removed and she is healing very nicely.  ##945644## show less