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Fess Parker

Male Adult Hounds (All Types) Mixed (mixed)

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About Fess Parker

Adoption Fee: $350.00

Some of you will remember this sweet, jaunty, now 8 year old hound who was adopted from PAW two years ago. Forces beyond his control led him back to us, and we love him dearly. As always, we promise the well-being of PAW cats and dogs throughout their lives. An ideal home for Fess would be one or two adults who enjoy brisk walks and would savor the company of a sweet, soulful hound dog. He’s house-trained and fine by himself while you’re on errands or at work. He’s gotten a little portly since he left (now 90 lbs.), so the walks are super-important, as is not caving when he looks at you for treats! He's quiet around the house, but when he's outside in the fresh air, he sometimes feels the call of the wild and bays to his heart's content! Won't you take him in as your forever pup?

Want to give Fess a loving, quiet forever home with tons of fun walks?! Submit an adoption application here!



Fess Parker
Primary Color
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
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Partnership for Animal Welfare

P.O. Box 1074 Greenbelt MD 20768

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