My name is Hank!

Bloodhound Dog for adoption in Capon Bridge, West Virginia - Hank
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I'm being cared for by:
Almost Heaven Golden Retriever Rescue and Sanctuary, Inc.

Facts about Hank

  • Breed: Bloodhound
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
  • Sex: Male
5 year old Hank lost his home because he was too friendly. Yep - go figure. (Translation: we're too busy and cheap to train our dog). Hank is currently overweight, but on a diet, he has been vaccinated, heartworm, lymes, ehrlichia tested (negative to all), and is neutered. This is an incredible bloodhound. He is handsome as can be, well mannered (considering he has had NO training, but would benefit from a basic obedience class), and deserves to have the home that every dog should have. Bloodhounds need exercise. They are NOT couch potatoes - without exercise, they can become inventive and find ways to entertain themselves. Bloodhounds DO benefit from obedience training. Bloodhounds are GREAT family companions for those who commit to taking the time and energy to train them and exercise them properly. If you would like to offer Hank a forever home, and have a standard fence at least 4' high (all bloodhounds need fences), please submit an application

About Almost Heaven Golden Retriever Rescue and Sanctuary, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

Thank you for inquiring about our Dogs available for adoption. Almost Heaven is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) (non-profit) organization, active on the East Coast of the U.S. Our goal is to find “forever homes” for orphaned Dogs of all breeds, genders, and ages. We specialize in rehoming Senior and Special Needs Dogs. We also provide hospice and sanctuary for those who enter our program and do not find their forever home. Though it is our goal to help as many dogs as absolutely possible, we remain true to our roots, and no purebred Golden Retriever is ever turned away from our program.
All dogs adopted from Almost Heaven are spayed or neutered. All dogs are current on vaccinations, have had fecal and heartworm, lymes, and Ehrlichia test and are on heartworm preventative. We request a minimum donation at the time of adoption to help offset our expenses, which currently average in excess of $300 for each dog we rescue. Our adoption fees range between $200-$400, depending on the dogs age and breed. As we frequently do not actually know a dogs ancestry or age, we make our best estimate of both, usually with the help of our veterinarian.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

P.O. Box 648, Capon Bridge, WV 26711 or via paypal - buttons on our site

Come Meet Our Pets...

our shelter/visiting/adoption hours are as follows:

By appointment only

Our Adoption Process...

Please complete our adoption application so we can get to know you, your family and your lifestyle. The application must be completed in full to be evaluated properly. Incomplete applications will not be considered. We may require a home visit, and we do check references. (We will accept letters of approval from other reputable Rescue Groups.) The information you give us on your application will be helpful in determining the compatibility of the dog you have requested (or desire) with your life-style. Some dogs require specific circumstances and the needs of each individual dog are evaluated. A fence may be required for more active dogs or dogs who have had little or no obedience training or a tendency to roam. These dogs may need a safe, enclosed area for proper exercise and safe release of energy. Please understand that we have an ever changing population of dogs that are looking for homes. Dogs are placed with the home that best meets the dog's needs, NOT on a "first come, first served" basis. Your application may be mailed or for faster response - emailed to
Due to some very unfortunate circumstances in the past – we will no longer routinely adopt to families with children under age 8 years – or those families with regular visitors to their home under 6 years of age. We may make a special exception to this policy for an experienced, responsible adopter or adopting family.