My name is Radar!

Bloodhound Dog for adoption in Simcoe, Ontario - Radar
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Ontario Bloodhound Rescue

Facts about Radar

  • Breed: Bloodhound
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With Tan
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Unknown
  • ID#: 9890342

If you're interested in adopting Radar, please complete our adoption application on our website at 

Radar is approximately 5 years young and came into rescue Heartworm positive. He has undergone treatment and will be available to move to his forever home after April 25th. Radar has a very outgoing personality. He IS NOT a couch potato. He will require an active lifestyle with stimulating activities. He is very smart and continues to learn new things. Radar has been accepted quite easily by the other dogs in his foster home. He had no issues with house training and his foster home has a doggie door. Radar is going to be a big boy once he gets properly filled out. He is currently underweight but eating good. His coat has blossomed beautifully in foster care and glistens in the sun. Radar is a gorgeous liver color. He has such an awesome personality and is quite lovable and snuggable.

Radar is fostered in Midway Pennsylvania. With the help of volunteers, transportation to his forever home can possibly be arranged.

About Ontario Bloodhound Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Ontario Bloodhound Rescue (OBR) is a small, not-for-profit organization of volunteers dedicated to helping homeless and abandoned Bloodhounds, placing them in loving, approved homes across Ontario and neighbouring States.

OBR is committed to placing homeless Bloodhounds into permanent, loving homes as family companions. All Bloodhounds in our care are spayed/neutered, heartworm tested, are on heartworm prevention, up to date on vaccinations and provided any necessary medical care.
Our Bloodhounds are placed in a foster home where their temperaments, personalities and needs are evaluated so that we can find the best possible match between each individual Bloodhound and their adoptive home.

OBR remains committed to each Bloodhound for the rest of its life and if, at any time and for any reason, the adoption does not work out, we require that the Bloodhound be returned to Ontario Bloodhound Rescue.

Come Meet Our Pets...

All of our Bloodhounds are located in foster homes throughout Ontario as well as some US states. Where each Bloodhound is fostered, is listed in their individual add. A submitted adoption application is required prior to meeting our adoptable dogs.

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption applications can be requested by email One of our volunteers will contact you to follow-up on your application. We have a small number of volunteers, so please be patient while we work on your application. OBR is committed to matching the right Bloodhound with the right family and we appreciate your patience. OBR reviews current applications on file for first consideration for the Bloodhounds we have available. If you would like to adopt a Bloodhound, please be sure to have your application on file.

All adoptive homes are required to go through a screening process that includes references and a home visit. An adoption fee is required to offset some of the costs incurred in caring for and re-homing each Bloodhound. OBR remains committed to each animal for the rest of their life and if, at any time and for any reason, the adoption does not work out, we require that the Bloodhound be returned to OBR.

Bloodhounds require A SECURELY FENCED YARD. Invisible/underground electric fences don't work on these dogs. They get on a scent and are totally oblivious to anything else around them.....including traffic. Bloodhounds don't tie or chain well either. They are fine for apartment living as long as they get enough exercise.
All of our dogs are adopted to be 'in-the-house' family members. Bloodhounds are not for everyone, they can't roam free and can't be walked off leash. Please research the breed prior to requesting an adoption application.