a blue tick coonhound.
She is a light colored coonhound.
I bought Anna May 2008.
When coonhounds are young, they are generally lighter,
and less "ticking". As time goes on, these type of
dogs will develop more ticking. Usually by the time they
are close to 6 month to adult,
they will have their final color. Notice the
difference from her puppy pictures to her adult stage.
Anna adjusted very will with the other dogs. Anna and
Brandy bonded closely. They play well together and are
always together. They will even sleep together,
sometimes using each other for a pillow.
Anna was about 6 months or so, she use to pick up a few
kittens I had by the scruff of the neck and carry them
I yelled at Anna for doing this, for fear
she would hurt the kittens.
When Anna would release the kitten, it would come back
to Anna. Now, that the kittens are now adult cats,
they still like Anna and insist on napping with her and
Brandy. All the cats I have really love
Anna. They even don't mind being used as a pillow
for Anna and Brandy.
When Anna is outside, the cats will sometimes follow her
Anna took to Larry (my raccoon) immediately. Anna played
with Larry all the time. Even though she is now an adult
dog, she still plays with Larry. Larry seems to
really enjoy playing with Anna. Sometimes Larry will nap
with Anna and/or Brandy.