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Treeing Walker Coonhound
Picture of KaZoo, a female Treeing Walker Coonhound

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Home:Clovis, NM  
Age: 19 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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   Leave a bone for KaZoo

Zooie, Corn Dog, Queen

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

Bunny time. Cookie time. Ride in the car time.

When she has to share her chewwy

Favorite Toy:
Anything that squeeks

Favorite Food:
Any scraps from the table. She is such a good Hoover.

Favorite Walk:
Every morning she walks all the way aroung her property looking for new gofer holes to dig out.

Best Tricks:
This may not be a trick, but when you ask her where's the bunnies she starts baying and runs out of the house to catch one.

Arrival Story:
Kazoo came into my life a couple of months after the death of my mother. I went with friends to see some Treeing Walker Coonhounds. I wasn't going to get a dog as I already had two, a beagle named Holly Berry and a chow/retriever mix named Sugar. But there I was looking at this falorn little female who looked like she needed a good meal. It wasn't that they were not being fed, she was just so much smaller than her brothers. Well 30 minutes and $50 later I was the proud owner of KaZoo and all the way home my son kept saying. "We don't need another dog." It took several week for us to figure out what her name should be. Then one day she was up on the couch with my son and she sneezed. My son said kazoontike and KaZoo was named. She was quite a handful. She is truely a hunting dog because she was always barking and sniffing and digging.

We moved out of the city and into the country in 2000 and Kazoo was in gofer heaven. She now had acreage to sniff, dig and hunt. She was Queen of the property. Since her Dad and I split, KaZoo stayed behind in California with mini me (Assa) while Boogity and Honeybee moved to eastern New Mexico with me. I couldn't take her away from her fields of bunnies and expect her to be happy in a small yard in town. She is still my best girl and I check on her all the time. She is happy and healthy. Dad can afford to keep her meds up. You just gotta do whats best for them and keeping her with me just wasn't the best thing for her. But I sure do miss hearing her yoddle when she is on the sent of a bunny.

Forums Motto:
Bunnies, Bunnies, gotta get me a bunny!

Bunny Hunting:
I loved teasing her. I would say Bunny, Bunny, Bunny in a high voice and she would just explod down the hall, through the sewing room, into the dog house and out the other side. Run full boar out to the middle of the back 5 all the while baying and sniffing the ground for signs of bunny life.

The Queens Castle!:
While designing our home in 2000 we decieded that we would have an attached dog house. Much like an attached garage. When our builder got to the dog house all kinds of ideas were flying. In the end it was a glorious palace fit for the Queen. A pitched roof, glass block window, ceiling light, insulated, drain in the floor for easy clean up, apoxy on the floor, and entrance and an exit and best of all central heat and air. Yep you read it, central heat and air. It was so big all four of the dogs we had plus an old cat could cuddle in the dog house.

I've Been On Dogster Since:
August 5th 2008 More than 8 years!

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