Prepping for pet parenthood?
There's a lot to learn when you have a new pet. Our sister brand, The Wildest, is here to support you—with new pet checklists, virtual training, and expert guides. Sign up for free.
Close button icon

My name is Jetsen!

Posted 1 year ago | Updated 1 year ago

Adoption process

Submit Application


Home Check


Meet the Pet


Approve Application


Sign Adoption Contract


Pay Fee


Take the Pet Home

Adoption fee: $275.00

This helps Cliff's Coonhound Rescue & Trapping with pet care costs.

My basic info

English (Redtick) Coonhound
Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - with White
4 years 6 months old, Adult
Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg) (when grown)
75 lbs (current)
Pet ID

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Good with kids
Checkmark in teal circle Good with dogs
Alert icon Not good with cats
Checkmark in teal circle Purebred
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

If interested in adopting please check our adoption process in the "about" section on our facebook and fill out an adoption application:
Please email with questions

Name: Jetsen
Age: Appox 2 years
Weight: 75 pounds
Color: Redtick
Breed: American English Coonhound
Vaccines: Current
Altered: Yes
Heartworm Status: Negative, received 1 year Pro Heart injection
Energy Level: High/Active
House trained: No
Crate trained: Yes but has crate anxiety
Dog friendly: Yes but can be selective, gets nervous around new dogs
Cat friendly: no, high prey drive
Kid friendly: Yes
Temperament: Loving, Sweet, Smart, Playful, Vocal
Adoption fee: 275

MUST have tall fenced yard with anti digging wire. Need someone to dig some holes for you? Look no further! Want a challenge? Here he is!

The good:
-Super sweet. If he could be held and carried, he would love that

-Smart! He loves to learn commands, is treat motivated

-The most handsome boy! When excited he gets the zoomies

The bad:

-Despite efforts he is still food aggressive with people. He needs to be fed and left alone. No chew bones

-Super vocal he loves to track scents. As soon as that nose hits the ground he is signing his hound song

-He can be dog reactive, barrier aggressive. Has lashed out towards others if they do not take his warnings

-he has anxiety of being indoors

Ideal home:
Jetsens ideal home would be a hunting home. He would love to do what he's bred to do. Indoor/outdoor access would make him happy. Outdoor area would have to be secure as he can dig under a fence within minutes

Available for adoption anywhere in the US and Canada with transport provided at no extra cost
Cliff's Coonhound Rescue & Trapping

Contact info

Pet ID
Emma Lampert
Chesapeake, VA 23322

Their adoption process


Submit Application

Included in application is two personal references who are contacted and also a vet reference that is called.


Home Check

The home check can be done in person or virtually (normally through Facebook messager video chat)


Meet the Pet

We allow meet and greets if local. You are to travel to pets location.


Approve Application

Once all steps above are completed the application will be approved or denied (if denied we will try to help you with getting approved)


Sign Adoption Contract

Our contract states you may not rehome pet, keep pet strictly outdoors, the pet is to be returned to our care if can not be kept at ANYpoint


Pay Fee

Our adoption fees can vary. $175 for pets over 7 years old $275 for pets 7 years and under.


Take the Pet Home

Time to take your new baby home! We are always here whenever needed. Once a CCRT dog always a CCRT dog. We will always help whenever.

Additional adoption info

In contract adopted pets must be returned if not able to be kept at any point in their life. Updates are requested to ensure pet is being cared for.

We offer 4 FREE 1 hour training sessions for each adoption with our partnered trainer.

Go meet their pets

All available dogs are available for appointment only visits after approved application.

More about this rescue

We are dedicated to trapping at large strays (or owned pets) and change their lives for the better. We also focus on Hound breeds who found themselves in kill shelters and not doing well in the shelter environment.