A beautiful Treeing Walker Coonhound mix, Skyla is about 2 years old and weighs 45 pounds. She’s a sweet girl that seems to enjoy everyone’s company! Skyla will greet you with hugs for lots of extra pets!
Skyla has an active, playful side that loves to chase a tennis ball or a frisbee. She plays an awesome game of fetch! Skyla dreams of a forever home with a big securely fenced back yard for playing games of fetch with her humans and exploring all of the smells nature has to offer.
Please visit Skyla’s web page to learn more about her: http://brsmbeagles.org/brsm_ms/vIndividualCurrentDog.aspx?dogid=69774
This playful, active girl is ready to become your new fast friend! She has been fully vetted and microchipped!
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