We got Boo in December 2011, he showed up on Andy and Lola's door step skin in bones. Lola took him in and took care of him. They sent us a picture of him with the title "Gage;s Christmas present". I said no way we do not need another dog. Later that week Lola called the pound and they took him. She called us and said if nobody claims him in five days will you please take him. I gave in and in five days, he was ours. He was a great dog. He let Gage drag him around by his tail and he wouldn't even bat an eye, just looked at him funny. He gave us a lot of laughs with how goofy he was. The next July when all the fireworks started he got really nervous. He would shake horribly and couldn't get close enough to ya. Then he started escaping from the yard. It was happening a lot and no matter what we did to keep him in, he would just get out again. I came home for lunch one day and he had tore our blinds apart in the house trying to get out. Dust got home from wotk and said it was time for hom to go. He went to a ranch in Tooele, where there are other Blue Tick Coon Hounds. It was so hard for me to let him go. I worried about him all night and had to call the guy the next day to check on him. He said he was doing great and loved running on the farm. We miss you Boo boy!!