Picture This Pet
Picture This Pet

APA!'s Baby loves lazy hangs and outdoor fun

APA!'s Baby loves lazy hangs and outdoor fun

Picture this Pet - Austin Pets Alive - Baby 1 - March 2015
Baby is equal parts lazy and playful. Photo by Angela Lozano Photography Courtesy of Austin Pets Alive!
Picture this Pet - Austin Pets Alive - Baby 2 - March 2015
This beautiful brindle is content to hang out inside — so long as there are plenty of back scratches involved. Photo by Angela Lozano Photography Courtesy of Austin Pets Alive!
Picture this Pet - Austin Pets Alive - Baby 3 - March 2015
Baby would do best with an active family that can take her on frequent walks. Photo by Angela Lozano Photography Courtesy of Austin Pets Alive!
Picture this Pet - Austin Pets Alive - Baby 1 - March 2015
Picture this Pet - Austin Pets Alive - Baby 2 - March 2015
Picture this Pet - Austin Pets Alive - Baby 3 - March 2015

If you enjoy hanging out inside and going for long walks, then Baby is the companion you've been looking for. Austin Pets Alive! says this beautiful brindle is content to laze about with her humans or spend all day playing outside — just as long as plenty of back scratches are involved.

Name: Baby

Sex: Female

Breed: Plott Hound Mix

Adult size: Large

Age: 5 years, 8 months

Sign: Gemini

Spayed/neutered: Yes

Adoption donation: $0

Location: On site

How APA! describes Baby: Fun-loving, active, affectionate

What APA! says about Baby:

Baby loves to cuddle and have her back scratched. However, she's also very playful and loves to wrestle with her dog buddies or play with squeaky toys. She's an energetic, active girl who is content to lay around inside or in the sun. Baby enjoys hanging out with human pals and going on walks with them on her leash. In fact, she'll even bring her leash to her person as a reminder that it's time for a walk.

Why APA! says Baby deserves your love:

Baby will walk politely on her leash and knows the commands for "sit," "down," "come," and "stay." She would do best in a home that offers plenty of physical activity. Although she gets along with most dogs, it is probably be best if Baby is the only dog in the home. She will make a great companion for older kids, but has a history of cat intolerance.

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For more information about Baby, visit the APA! website.