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My name is Ophelia!

Bloodhound Mix Dog for adoption in Atlanta, Georgia - Ophelia
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I'm being cared for by:
American Black & Tan Coonhound Rescue - Southeast

Facts about Ophelia

  • Breed: Bloodhound Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With Black
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Our Ophelia was more than ready to leave the old neighborhood behind; no more sleeping in the dirt under an old trailer for this sweet girl! Ophelia has adjusted wonderfully to living the good life in her Mobile foster home! She is approximately 4 years old and weighs 70 lbs. She is housetrained and has excellent house manners. Her favorite things are going on walks, riding in the car and taking naps. She gets along great with other dogs but needs a slow controlled introduction. NO cats, please. Ophelia needs someone who can continue to encourage her with positive reinforcement and would be best suited for a household without young children. Ophelia has so much love to give to the lucky ones who choose her! For more information please visit our website at www.coonhoundrescue.com.

About American Black & Tan Coonhound Rescue - Southeast

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a non profit organization saving hounds all across America. All our hounds are in foster homes throughout the U.S. where they are learning to be socialized with other foster pets and basic commands and manners. We rescue black & tan coonhounds, blueticks, redbones, bloodhounds, and tree walkers.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Our donation page is linked to the home page on our website at www.coonhoundrescue.com

Come Meet Our Pets...

Check out our website to see when our group may be hosting a meet n greet in your area at www.coonhoundrescue.com

Our Adoption Process...

Adoption applications can be filled out on line at www.coonhoundrescue.com. Our adoption fee is $200 plus any fees for transportation out of state if the dog is being shipped via airlines. Applications are thoroughly checked and vets are contacted to be sure the prospective adopter has kept up on vaccinations and heartworm treatment for their past pets.