Añejo Mockingbird

Used to be this place was mostly about music and pop culture, but it's slowly morphed into a launching pad for finding our foster greyhounds new homes. So be it. We love the hounds and are more than happy to use our modest little blog page to reach out and snag some attention for these greyt dogs... Oh, we'll still post the occasional odd music review or rant at the state of the Redskins from time to time, but they'll hafta take a back seat to the dogs 'til further notice

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Location: Pennsylvania, United States

Music geek who appreciates everything from power-pop to indie-rock and most everything in between. I especially dig Reggae and its predecessor, Ska.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Homer!



Here's Homer! And yes we're calling him that because he looks like a certain Simpsons character 😁 He's a beautiful, extra large (seriously, he's very tall) red fawn, who might be the most chill hound we have ever fostered. He is quiet and relaxed and is quite the love bug. He enjoys hanging out and being part of the family.
Homer walks well on the leash but he is a bit of a lollygagger, befitting his super relaxed personality. He does have a high prey drive in regard to rabbits, squirrels and kitties, so he's not suitable for houses with small, non-canine animals.
He gets along well with dogs of all sizes and could go into a home other hounds or be the only dog.
Homer is only a year and a half old and is just starting to show off his personality as he adjusts to home living. He's housebroken and eats (he does love to chow down!) well and sleeps well, too.
If you think this tall, handsome, and super chill hound is for you, give Denise a shout and have your paperwork ready because he won't be around long...

Saturday, May 26, 2018

 Here's Gracie and she's as good as, wait for it, wait  for it, Gold!
Gracie is three-and-a-half years old and weighs about 65lbs. She is smart, cute, and very nice to be around.
She walks well on the leash, is house broken, and listens pretty well. This girl loves to eat and is very food oriented.
She's really starting to show off her personality the last few days and she has a marvelous one.
Gracie is not cat-safe and her prey drive is on the higher side. Those with small furry critters will have to look elsewhere, unfortunately.
That's a quick rundown on miss Gracie's qualities and if you're interested in meeting her, give Denise a holler and we'll set something up.

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Kirby gets a mulligan



So here's Kirby. He got returned because he wasn't a good fit in his previous home. His former adopters completely misjudged his size and decided he was too big and rambunctious for their environment.
Kirby is a big old sweetheart with no issues whatsoever. He's not rambunctious at all despite what his former owners believed. He is super chill around the house. He loves attention and he is a serious leaner! He can be crated or left loose; he's been very well behaved in his short time here. He eats well, sleeps well, and gets along fine with our hound. He really, really likes stuffies and soft toys.
He's house-trained and listens well. He does need a little practice walking on the leash, as he tends to stray and veer but he's smart enough to figure it out with some repetition.
We haven't had him on steps yet but I'm not anticipating any issues there. He's not had any interactions with cats yet so I can't make a judgement on wether he's cat-safe or not.
Kirby is a handsome and sweet dog and should fit in immediately to almost any home.
If you'd like to see Kirby, give Denise a shout and she'll get the process started.

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Video and update!




Just look at that cute girl having fun! Sally is such a sweetheart and it's a shame nobody has come to see her yet. This girl is fun, sweet, loving, and smart. She's housebroken, walks well on a leash and generally gets along well with other dogs. 
She is ready for her forever home and you shouldn't let her age get in the way. Yes, she's almost seven. Who cares? This cutie has a lot of love to give and you shouldn't deprive her of a chance to show it because she's a few years older than most of the hounds.
Sally will readily adapt into a household that currently have other hounds. She would be a perfect fit for someone looking to add another hound into their life with a minimum of fuss. Sally would be fine as an only hound if you're around more than you're away. She does love attention and does love to hang out with her human family members. One note: she is not cat safe!
You should come meet Sally ASAP if you're in the market for a very sweet hound. So give Denise a ring and she'll set something up.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Sally pics!




What a great pupper! So cute!

Sally wants a home, so get crackin' and get your application in.

Monday, June 12, 2017

Sally!


This very pretty girl is Sally. She is almost 7yrs old and is a very sweet girl. Sally has a lovely personality and would be a fine addition to anyone looking to expand their hound pack. She would also make a fine companion as a single dog. She loves people and attention and she has gotten along well with the resident hound as well as other dogs who've come to visit. We're not recommending her to homes with cats as she has a high prey drive.
She walks well on the leash, listens well and is smart. If you've got some space in your house and your heart for an older girl please give Denise a shout and we'll set up a meeting.

Sunday, January 08, 2017

Say hey to Will Silver!

 The handsome fawn hound you see is recent arrival, Will Silver. He just turned 4-yrs-old on New Year's day. Will is a large hound and will probably weigh 85/90lbs once he fills out. Will is smart, outgoing, and curious. He definitely likes to get into things and places to check things out!
 Will had a bad crash when he was on the track which resulted in some torn ligaments in his back left leg. The ligaments were deemed unrepairable so the leg was left to heal on its own. He has no issue using the leg, tho he occasionally picks it up while standing or skips using it momentarily. Again, he walks perfectly fine with all four legs and other than the occasional moment, it's not something that's all that noticable.
This boy has a wonderful personality and would be great in an active household. He likes and wants to do things. He's a little more active than most hounds and will need regular exercise and owners with a firm hand to keep his curiosity in check.
He gets along fine with our resident hound and should be fine with other dogs. He's not been cat-tested but assuming from the way he goes after squirrels and things, we're not recommending him for homes with felines.

If Will sounds like he'd be a good fit in your home, give Denise a shout and we'll make arrangements for a visit.