Bloodhound - Leah - Large - Adult - Female - Dog
This big, beautiful lady is Leah. She's a three-year-old bloodhound mix who absolutely loves being outside. Leah was surrendered by her owner, who said she was too hyper, but she's been nothing but loving and playful at The Humane Society of Allen County. She's a patient and tolerant dog who doesn't mind being held or hugged.
Petfinder ID: 27136951
Pet has been spayed/neutered
Looking to breed our 3 year old AKC red female with exchange of 1st pick of the litter. Beautiful dog, her collar is holding up her dewlap in the pictures, but she has a great bloodhound build, very healthy and great temperament. My pics are too large to load, but I will be happy to send more.
Bloodhound - Brandie - Large - Young - Female - Dog
Brandie entered our shelter as a stray and is approximately 1.5 years old. She is currently eligible for adoption. With a $35 adoption fee Brandie will receive a free spay at the Middle TN Spay/Neuter clinic in Shelbyville. She would love a great home!
Petfinder ID: 26176671
Tullahoma Animal Shelter | Tullahoma, TN | 931-454-9580
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Bloodhound - Rae Rae - Large - Adult - Female - Dog
RAE RAE is a 2.5yr old bloodhound. She is spayed current on vaccines and on heartworm prevention. RAE RAE does not like cats. She thinks they are suppose to be hunted. Rae Rae is great with other dogs and children. Rae Rae wants a home to call her own. Her adoption fee $300 Rae Rae is in Kentucky waiting for an opening for her foster in NY. If you are ready for Rae Rae now, there is transport available for a fee of $135 (to be paid directly to ...
Bloodhound - Jaime - Large - Adult - Female - Dog
Please do not phone. Please email [email removed] or text to 574-780-3302 Thank you! Hi Yall, My name is Jaime! I am a 6 year old Bloodhound Mix. I was found as a stray and taken to a kill shelter in Indiana. All of the ladies helping me at the shelter found it very hard to believe I was actually a stray because I could barely walk a few steps without having to stop and rest so wondering away from home seemed unlikely. Everyone who met me said I was ...