Silverwalk Hound Sanctuary fosters and re-homes beagles and senior dogs. Since Silverwalk Hounds is a sanctuary, any dog never adopted from SWH is welcome to stay for her natural life. Click HERE to learn more about our Organization.
All Silverwalk dogs live in and out of the house with access via a dog door to the yards/field.
All dogs are up to date on shots and needed medical treatment.
They also receive basic obedience training.
Please adopt or foster.
Our Sanctuary Dogs
Monk, one of several Sanctuary Dogs, is one of our youngest Sanctuary dogs. He was born almost feral in that, to the best we could discern, he and his brother Chip, had no early socialization before being rescued from a flood. Monk came to SW at under a year old. His brother Chip found a feral oriented foster home in MN, but Monk is here for life. We've tried two times to re-home or train him with almost disastrous results. Monk IS here to stay.
We will be adding more Sanctuary Dogs, so keep checking back.
Our Senior Dogs
Archie the Tyrant was a very ill stray dog saved by our friends in Kennett, MO. He spent about 3 weeks at the vet with diarrhea; after starting him on NO GRAIN food, he cleared up and headed to Silverwalk Hounds.
Why do I call him the Tyrant? He is a terrier, a small dog, and he watches out for himself amongst the larger dogs here. He absolutely wants his preferred spot on my lap or to my side in the chair/bed. [Read More ... ]
Elsa has been with us the longest (1-27-15). She was turned in as a stray. Elsa is the jealous type. If she thinks that another dog is getting more attention than her; she is she will let them know that it is unacceptable. She is spayed and is utd on her rabies and she is around 2 1/2 yrs old. She is missing a toe on the back but it does not seem to bother her too much.
Sugar Bear and her brother were adopted from us about 7 months ago. They were wandering on someone else's property when her brother was shot and killed. Sugar's owner feared that the same might happen to her so she came back to us. Sugar Bear is not leash trained but she is impressive none the less. She is utd on her rabies but she was not spayed. She is a 9 month old Coonhound/ Mastiff mix. Sugar gets along with other dogs, children, and she is housetrained. She is NOT ok with cats.
Boomer was brought to us as a stray as well by an officer. We have very little information about him but one thing I can say for certain is that the neighbors know there is a Coonhound mix on the premises. Boomer is not neutered and he is not utd but he gets along with other dogs. He is around 1 1/2 years old.
For more information and to arrange to meet any of these 3 beauties, please contact Ruth at the Humane Society of Lincoln County @ (931) 433-3726 or send an email to email@example.com