The first one out was this sweet 6 year old Coon Hound. This dog stole my heart. At one point, I just sat next to him and hugged ~ he would have done this forever. I would have loved to bring him home, but Lola would not have looked at me for days.
Who can resist these ears!
If you are looking for a dog who loves to hug, please contact the Bangor Humane Society today!Next up was Winnie! I am a true advocate for the pits and this dog is a great example of this wonderful breed. Winnie is two years old and only two-faced on the outside. She loved the ball and would have played this game for hours.
...and yes, she knows her commands and was extremely well behaved!
...and lastly there was Abby. I did mention that we would be burning off a little energy. Well, Abby had more then her share to burn off. So much that it was hard to get a clear picture until she settled down.
...and then she found the ball. I don't think I have seen a dog who could entertain itself the way she did.
At one point, she would bring the ball to the top of a small hill, tap it and run after it as it rolled ...then do it all over again.
...and after a bit she settled down and just watched her ball.If you have the time and experience to train Abby, you will be rewarded with a wonderful dog. FYI ~ she is only a year old and with all of her sweetness, she still needs some training ...and a ball:)
These ducks are now testing all dogs at the Bangor Humane Society by setting up home on there lawn/pond where the dogs go for their walk.