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Boomer is an American Foxhound and Treeing Walker Coonhound. He is ~5-6 years old. Originally from South Carolina as a stray. Rescued in Connecticut. Our family has grown and now has a 1 year old son. Boomer needs more attention than unfortunately we can give him. Fenced in yards are a plus for Boomer. He loves to snuggle most of the day away too if you let him. Would do better in a home with older children just for an attention perspective. Loves food, very food motivated.


This is June! She’s a super sweet girl who loves hikes in nature, playing tug, and sunning in the yard.

I adopted her a little under two months ago. She was severely malnourished to the point of collapsing regularly—so the first month of our time together was trying to get her healthy and happy again. As she regained her health, she started exhibiting aggression towards my other dog. I’m assuming the shelter misjudged her lethargy as being friendly with other dogs. I’m incredibly upset to be having to rehome her, as I think she’s a fantastic dog who is incredibly smart, eager to learn, and super loving. However, I know she will be better suited in a home where she can be the center of attention!

She’s potty trained, great on a leash, loves cuddling and getting pets, and has already been through some training to build trust as she adjusts from shelter life to being safe and loved! I’m looking for someone willing to continue that training and help her be her best self!

*** Home To Home is a platform that connects people looking to rehome their pets with interested adopters. The pet on this page is not part of Austin Animal Center’s (AAC) adoption program. AAC has not evaluated or assessed this pet. AAC is not able to verify the accuracy of descriptions written by the pet owner – please contact the pet owner directly to learn more about them.***


Zuko is an awesome dog. My wife and I recently adopted him, and we have had a great time getting to know him. He is playful and very intelligent, already knowing sit, shake, touch (we are training him to touch your hand with his nose as a foundation for further training), and he is getting the hang of ‘come’. He rarely ever barks except when he hears someone unknown approach our door, or when we leave the house (only lasts a few minutes). He gets along very well with other dogs at the park; I can count on one hand how many times I have heard him bark at other dogs. He has been making a lot of progress with not pulling on the leash when we walk him. He is very treat motivated, which is great since he obeys very quickly when we try to teach him new things

My wife and I have been struggling to find a place in SC that will take our dogs (in our price range) and so we have had to get an Airbnb for one to two months as we get settled in. Hoping to find a great temporary home for our boy!


Miles is a sweet, high energy puppy that belongs with an active, attentive family. Miles is gentle with kids (recommend 6+), cats and loves others dogs. His ideal home would have a private, fenced in backyard with a family who likes to stay active. He learns quickly and is very affectionate.

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