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Questions for someone applying for a dog

Name Date

Email Address

Zip Code


How long have you lived at the above address:

Bloodhounds, like people are individuals. When a bloodhound is available for relocation, this committee has tried to observe and/or evaluate the dog so that we can give you as much information as possible. Please assist us by answering the following questions about yourself and what you expect from a bloodhound.

How did you hear about us?

What are your reasons for adopting a bloodhound?

Who is living in the house? (If there are children, please include ages)

Who will have the major responsibility of caring for your bloodhound? Is this person home all day?

Where will your Bloodhound spend most of it's time?

Do you have a fenced in area suitable for a bloodhound? Please describe:

Have you previously owned a Bloodhound? If so, what happened to your last dog?

What pets have you previously owned?

What pets currently reside with you? (type, sex. age)

How will you exercise the dog?

Would you obedience train the dog?yesno

Would you train it for tracking/trailing?yesno

Age and sex preferences:
Please list names and address of 3 references

If an unneutered bloodhound is available through this relocation program, it must be neutered within 30 days after receiving the dog. The AKC papers will be held by NorthEast Bloodhound rescue until the surgical procedure is done and certification of same is received from a veterinarian.

Upon reviewing this form MABR will send you an application which will need to be signed by you.

Veterinarian/Animal Hospital who will be taking care of the dog. (Include address)

email Cheryl Slavnik

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