Our pup Lavender is a petite cutie that we think may be a mix of Hounds. Her Mama, Enjolie was found as a country stray in North Carolina, where she spent a few days in an underfunded rural shelter. Despite a massive push to transport Enjolie to our Canterbury, Connecticut Rescue before her whelping date, Enjolie had 9 puppies in the Shelter on 2/24/24.

Enjolie has a gentle temperament and outgoing personality that she has passed on to her adorable puppies. She appears to be an American Foxhound, and her puppies look like tricolor Treeing Walker Coonhounds.  We have DNA tested the puppies, and should have results soon. Puppies are likely to be large dogs, 40 to 50 pounds.

Now seven weeks old, Lavender is a total sweetheart, with a neutral temperament. She loves all people, and has sailed through the rescue process with a healthy curiosity about new people and situations. Lavender plays gently with other dogs, and would thrive in a multi-dog home, with other gentle, playful dogs. 


As a working breed, Hounds need a good deal of exercise and mental stimulation to maintain good behavior. Lavender does not have over the top puppy energy, but she does need a couple brisk leash walks each day to get her yayas out. 

Lavender would be an excellent choice for an experienced puppy-savvy adopter, willing to commit to ongoing training and socialization. She would do well with an active couple or family with older kids, who can play gently with a young dog. We think Lavender could be easily raised with cats. 

So far we have seen a sweet personality and balanced temperament in Lavender and we seek an adopter willing to raise her as a Canine Good Citizen. She is in excellent health, and has been vaccinated as appropriate for her age.

Lavender and her siblings will be ready to go to their new homes on 5/11/24 at 12 weeks old.  If you are interested in Lavender, please write to Angelsfrgod@aol.com or call/text Denise at 860-908-9738 for more info.

We are an active, 501(c)(3), multi-breed dog rescue, local to the North East, situated in Canterbury, Connecticut. Our 21 year history is reflected in our website EskiesOnline.com, and on our Facebook page: Eskies Online.