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SouthEast
Bloodhound Rescue

Leanne Dayvolt
770-836-8428
Betsy Joyner


SouthWest

Bloodhound Rescue

SOUTHERN
Susan LaCroix Hamil
714-494-1076
949-494-9506

Stacy Mattson
949-858-0442

NORTHERN
Judy & Myron Robb

209-295-8420

SouthCentral
Bloodhound Rescue

Walt Partin
817-994-7068-Days
940-644-5566-evenings

NorthEast
Bloodhound Rescue

Betsy Copeland
716-791-3550

Pacific Rim Bloodhound
Rescue Committee

Terri Coffey
503-556-3810

Suzi Paine

ATHFAR
Bloodhound Rescue

ATHFAR Site at PetFinder
Jess Sokoloff
(719) 687-9812

MidWest
Bloodhound Rescue

Sandi Singer-Adams
815/456-3325
630/308-7348 Cell

WHAT IS A RESCUE DOG?

First and foremost, a RESCUE dog is one that needs a new home! Like people, they come from a wide variety of backgrounds and have varying needs.

Some of the RESCUED Dogs come from loving homes that can no longer keep their cherished pets. Reasons include an owner who dies or must go into a nursing facility, families that are forced to make a lifestyle change, such as a move overseas or into an apartment, or animals that are given up due to divorce. In these instances, a complete background of the animal's health and temperament is usually available.

Other RESCUE Dogs are given up because the owners were unprepared for the lifestyle requirements of the breed or they did not spend the time to properly train their dogs. Again, with these dogs, a complete background of their health and temperament is usually available.

Some of the RESCUE Dogs were obtained from animal shelters or found as homeless strays. These Dogs are placed in foster homes so the RESCUE Organization involved may evaluate their temperament and suitability for placement. They are also taken to a veterinarian for a health check-up and immunization.

Most of the dogs that come into RESCUE homes are usually adults. All RESCUE dogs are neutered or spayed before going to their new homes, and almost without exception go without AKC or CKC registration papers.

So You Want a Bloodhound?

Is the Bloodhound Right For You?

The Bloodhound Network



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