I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Sweetie Adopted's Story...
Sweetie was pulled from a shelter to save her life and is in foster care. She's approximately 4 to 5 years young, a very laid back and quiet girl. Sweetie's a very docile girl who loves everybody. She's great with other dogs and cats. Sweetie clearly had a family of her own at one time as she has lived in a house before, is house trained and is good on a leash. She adores the 12 year old girl in her foster home and very likely bonded to an older child in her previous home. She's on a healthy diet and still needs to loose around 15 lbs. Sweetie would make a wonderful, laid back addition to a family. She's currently fostered with a Basset and a Coonhound, and she loves everybody. We do feel that Sweetie would also do well living as an only dog.
Please Note: We are all volunteers and busy taking care of our foster dogs so please take the time to fill out our o-nline adoption application if you are interested in more information about any of the hounds that we have for adoption. Filling out our application does not obligate you to adopt in any way. It does, however, help us to determine if the dog that your interested in would be a good match for your family and lifestyle.
All of our dogs are fully vetted. They have been vaccinated, altered, microchipped and heartworm tested and on prevention.
ADOPTION FEE: $350:00
LOCATION: Sweetie is currently fostered in Niagara Falls. Transportation to her forever home can be arranged. Please don't let distance deter you!
If you would like to give this beautiful girl a forever home please fill out our on line adoption application at ADOPTION APPLICATION
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.