Photo Comments Age: 9 Years Sex: Female Weight: 51-100 lbs
Leave a bone for Aubree
Aub, Aubree jean, Rockhead
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September 20th 2004
Her favorite thing to do is to ride shotgun in my truck.
She hates a bath. It is to the point that when I take her to the groomer she know the minute she gets out of the truck where she is. I usually end up dragging or carrying her to the door.
She is not big on store bought toys, but will play for hours with a stick out of the yard.
She is big on sugar cookies right now, but will always come on the run when she hears anybody unwrap a piece of cheese.
She loves to go out in the woods. When she hits the ground she thinks she has to ID every animal that has been there in the last week.
She knows the difference between shake and give me five. Shake is just paw off the ground, and give me five she will raise her paw up high and drop it into your hand.
Aubree was found wondering in a rural area, she was either lost or abandoned by a hunter. The Kind lady that brought her in to my friends vet clinic waited until the last possable moment to bring her in. The moment was about 3 weeks after she showed up. That is when Aub resorted to raiding trash cans for her supper, and the neighbors started shooting at her. The minute she was brought in my buddy knew that he had a home for her. He called me after a couple of weeks when no one came in to claim her. By this time she was so scared she would not look up and her tail stayed tucked between her legs. I had her for a couple of weeks before she was even comfortable with me. That all was about four years ago now and Aubree has become the most loyal dog that I have ever had the pleasure to call mine.
There are two reasons that my buddy knew that I was the one to take Aubree. The first is that I have been a huge Vols fan since we were in middle school together. The second and the most meaningful is that I grew up the grandson of an avid coon hunter. As far back as I can remember my Grandfather has had coondogs. When I was young, I always like his blueticks the best.This maybe do tothe fact that I knew that it was his favorite breed of dog. He gave me my first dog when I was 6 yrs. old, and it was a Bluetick pup. His name was Sammy and I had him for about two years when he was stolen from our back yard. The minute they brought Aubree out of the kennels I knew I had found my replacement for Sammy. She was not in the best condition when I brought her home, about 25lbs. My wife had not been around coondogs, and was not very impressed with her first meeting with one, but that has all changed now. I have always heard that a rescue dog is more loyal than one that has not been harmed or neglected. I have now scientific evidence of this, but she is by far the most loyal I have had. I might also add that Aub came to me almost one year after my grandfather passed away with cancer, and I think Aubree is the second Bluetick he has given me. If you have the chance to adopt a rescued dog,do it . It will be one of the most rewarding things you can do for yourself & the dog.
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