> Bless you, Julia for saving this hound!! What are you going to name her?
We're working on that now. Any suggestions welcome <g>. My son says he
heard somewhere that dogs respond better to names that end in the "ee"
sound. I remember hearing something like that too.
I took her out in our (6 acre) "backyard" this morning on a 26 ft.
flexi-leash and I was tempted to name her "snuffle" because of all the
nose-to-the-ground snuffling she was doing! See my other post: her shelter
name was "Truffle". I s'pose I could call her Snuffle-Truffle <s>. Nah!
I came up with "Schatzie" (german name for a german-origin dog) but my
husband nixed it.
So far my impression is that she's very smart, eager-to-please, gets along
well with others, and responds better to praise than treats.
Last night, I found a dog show on the Outdoor Life Network and was watching
it. She was watching it too, from her crate, with her head resting on the
food dish. A few minutes later I heard her snoring with her head still on