A volunteer at a rural shelter that PAW regularly works with sent us a plea for a sweet plott hound mix who was clearly depressed. She lay unmoving and uninterested at the back of the pen, and barely lifted her head to greet people. Maybe she was missing the family who had abandoned her. All that has changed now! Hazel have come to PAW, is living with a foster, and is a much happier dog. Her foster mom reports that Hazel is doing very well and is a wonderful dog. She is house trained and has great house manners (no chewing, counter-surfing, and no barking).
She is sweet and friendly with everyone in the house, including the cat, and also with the people and dogs they meet when out leash walking (she does need a bit of work on leash walking but that will be easy because seems easy to train and is motivated by both affection and treats). Her foster mom says Hazel is sweet and beautiful and anyone would be lucky to have her. With a testimonial like that, we don’t expect to have her long so come and meet Hazel soon. If you are interested in meeting Hazel or for more information about her or any of the other wonderful PAW dogs, contact us at
If you are interested in meeting Hazel or for more information about her or any of the other wonderful PAW dogs, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dog Adoptions Co-ordinators