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My name is Chester!

Black and Tan Coonhound Mix Dog for adoption in Cleveland, Ohio - Chester
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American Black & Tan Coonhound Rescue - Midwest

Facts about Chester

  • Breed: Black and Tan Coonhound Mix
  • Color: Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Chester is a 4 year old Black and Tan Coonhound boy that was surrendered to a shelter following the death of his elderly owner. Born on 11-20-2012 and raised as a housepet, Chester is social and affectionate with people and gets along fine with the dogs, cats and birds in his foster home. He thinks that he is a lapdog, at least the front half of him. He is well-behaved and polite and will wait patiently at the back door to be let inside. Outside, he loves to run and bounce in the yard and is very funny to watch him play. His foster dad tells us, "He is a very good boy, a fun boy and a joy to have around."

About American Black & Tan Coonhound Rescue - Midwest

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.