My name is Trigger!

Redbone Coonhound Mix Dog for adoption in Baraboo, Wisconsin - Trigger
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Highway of Hope Animal Sanctuary

Facts about Trigger

  • Breed: Redbone Coonhound Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10615554

Trigger is a 7 mo. old, 35 lb., Redbone  Coonhound mix looking for his forever home. He is very friendly with people and other dogs,  he barks at cats but is fine with them. and is much to active for small children at this time, so children over 12 yrs. would work best. He would do best with an active family. He is just a puppy so he will need basic training, he is leash trained, does well in a car, and can smell food a mile away. He would make a great tracking dog. He will bark when crated or left alone so no apartments please. He does need work on his excitement when it's time for him to eat. He is completely vetted and his adoption fee is $250.00. If you are interested in adopting him, call Maureen at 608-356-9683.

About Highway of Hope Animal Sanctuary

About Our Rescue Group...

Maureen and I both worked at a Human Society were they Euthanized for space, temperment, health even including ringworm. We did not agree with a lot of the awefull things we saw and decided to start our own no kill rescue (except for pain and suffering)We take in dogs and puppies into our own homes and provide their vet care and altering. We take care of any medical issues even treating for parvo. We have been very successful with treatments. Since this is our home the dogs we take must get along with other dogs, cats and children use to pets. The rescue dog then gets started on training from the moment it comes and gets to join our own family pack of well adjusted dogs. This is a great help in their development. We both have fenced yards. We also do corrective training depending on how bad for food aggression, toy agression and just any issues they may have. We do not take a rescue that we do not think we can help because the animal will stay for life if not adopted. We also take mill dogs and these are a challenge and a long process. We cannot take large quanities at his time because we have several old dogs and a few that have not adopted for life. When they have lifed their life out naturally a space opens up. IF we have a purbreed we do try to get them into a purbreed rescue because their adoption chances are higher and they know how to work with their breed specifics.

Come Meet Our Pets...

At our homes with an apointment

Our Adoption Process...

First contact us with a telephone or e-mail interview, then an application is filled out and checked. Once these are ok. the adoptor needs to make an appointment (because we are all in-home care) and come and meet their potential new family member. If all goes well they can take their new friend home at this time. We make sure they are all ready for the rescue if not they need to return when their house is ready. We give a two week trial period with refund to insure that our rescues thrive in their new home and if not the odoptor can return them for a full refund. We do require that any time in the future they need to surrender their dog that it does come back to us unless we ok the next home.Fee are around $200 but does very for dogs we have had a long time we may decrease the fee or for a dog with huge medical bills it may be a little bit higher. We do increase when our vet prices increase. Right now it is $200.