Waldo is a 6-year-old male Treeing Walker Coonhound who has already been neutered. He is tricolor (black, white, and brown) and currently weighs 57 pounds. He is considered to be a large dog. He came to PAHS after he was found in the woods and his owner never came to reclaim him. Waldo is loving, intelligent, confident, and enjoys interacting with humans. He would make a good companion dog for an owner who understands the characteristics of the breed and is willing to work with his inbred nature as a hunting dog. Treeing Walker Coonhounds are known to get along well with other dogs and with children; Waldo is certainly a great example of that. Like most hounds he is even-tempered; and even though he is frisky he has a laid back attitude about life. However–Waldo hates cats and should not be placed in a home with cats. He may even think cats are raccoons! Waldo would probably enjoy life best in a home where there is lots of space to exercise and explore. He just can’t wait until he is adopted and can go home with his new family!