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Mountain Cur

Large  |  Female

Cabool, MO

Please contact Susan ( for more information about this pet.

Approaching her golden years without a home in sight.......Eve continues to be afraid of thunder storms and would need a quiet home with a fenced yard, indoor outdoor with a doggy door and a few doggy buddies would be great. Most of all she needs a low key loving home where she can have some loving support on those stormy nights!
Spring update on sweet Eve.........Eve is a friendly wants to please and wants to stay with you girl. On walks she sticks right by you, wants to be where you are and is content to just hang out and be part of a family, she needs one of her own that she knows will be permanent forever no matter what. Does fairly good on leash, pulls some but listens well when verbally reminded. Super loving and playful. House broken with dog door. Eve is scared of bad thunderous weather and should not be considered as an outside only dog.
Eve is available for a donation of $125, she is altered and current on shots and worming.

Eve is housebroken and uses a doggy door, loves rawhide bones. Is doing really good on leash, still pulls some but does very good overall. Gets along great with other dogs large or small. She is a beautiful graceful feminine girl, she is grace in motion when she runs. Probably inching up to 50 lbs at this point.
Original: Eve was abandon in a pen behind the house where her owners used to live. She was growing thin and weak. Thank God it was not August! She currently weighs 38 pounds, is still on the slim side but she is also delicate in stature, small boned and about 24 inches to the top of her shoulder. Her tail is short but has a couple of crooks in it like it has been broken or something. Maybe her mother nibbled it at birth or she had a very bad dock job, we will never know. She has a very unique bark, the music of a hounds bay but shorter and clearer. Now that she is growing used to food she is very animated, energetic and fun. Eve prances around like a show horse, she ran circles and pranced and jumped in sheer thankfulness to be saved. She is red with a white chest and the white streak down her face. She isn't super young but definitely not old acting at all. Maybe around 3-4 years old (just a guess). She is graceful and agile when she runs and jumps and her front feet do prance like a horse when she is running and walking. She is really pretty, on the small side, delicate, feminine but strong and smart.

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