Adoption Fee: $250.00
Adoption Fee for Senior dogs/long-term fosters: $100.
These individual cases are indicated with the dog's information below.
Once you have adopted you will be listed as a "Friend of the SCBC" and be included in our email communications and recieve all the support we can offer.
A membership application will be included in your adoption packet and we hope you will join with a paid membership at the time you sign your adoption agreement.
WE REQUIRE AN ABOVE GROUND FENCE.
OUR RESCUES COST US MUCH MORE TO VET AND RETURN TO HEALTH THAN WE RECOVER IN ADOPTION FEES. IF YOU ARE ABLE TO DONATE ON TOP OF THE REQUESTED FEE OR DONATE EVEN IF YOU AREN'T ADOPTING PLEASE CONSIDER DOING SO. ANY AMOUNT HELPS. DONATIONS CAN BE MADE BY PAYPAL OR BY MAILING TO THE DIRECTOR'S ADDRESS BELOW.
All SCBC available hounds are spayed/neutered, current on their shots and heartworm prevention, and are micro chipped. We register the chips with a AKC CAR which has a life-time registry with no fees.
Bloodhounds in our program are home fostered which allows us to get good assessments on their temperament, personalities, etc. Please talk with your adoption coordinator to determine what dogs are available and which one might be the right fit for your family.
Adoption applications usually take just a couple of days to process. If you like a dog that is not in your state help with transportation arrangements can be made for an adoption.
We also do foster-to-adopt. For information on our foster program please click on Foster A Bloodhound
If you are interested in adopting a bloodhound please download an application:
Regular PDF App Version
Please return your application to email@example.com
or mail to:
P.O. Box 1772
Fayetteville, AR 72702
THE EMAIL ADDRESS CONTAINING SCBCRESCUE1, WHILE ASSOCIATED WITH A LEGITIMATE RESCUE, IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH SOUTH CENTRAL BLOODHOUND RESCUE
Through no fault of her own, Miss Rita has returned to our program. Rita can be summed up in one word: sweet, sweet, sweet! She gets along with everyone and just wants to be loved. She is housebroken and crate triained. Rita will play with other dogs and loves to sleep on the couch or bed with you. She is fine with kitties inside but will bark at them if outside of the fence. She has had a rough go in life and deserves to have a forever retirement home of her own. You can't go wrong with Rita, she is as steady as they come.
*Rita will probably have medical needs for her ears for the rest of her life.
ODIN Est DOB 8/1/13 ADOPTION PENDING
Odin is going to be a smaller boy but he packs a lot of energy. He is extremely sweet and lovng and really enjoys his play with the resident dogs. He isn't food or toy aggressive and seems to be a well-balanced boy. His adoption fee is $250 and an above ground fence is required.
Olive and her partner were picked up as strays on a farm. Both were in rough shape though Olive was worse. Olive had a 4 inch growth on her foot, tumors on her mammary gland, and needed to add about 15 pounds. And when we did her spay we discovered severely deformed puppies. She had been bred multiple times, her canine teeth are worn to half their lenght though we believe her to only be around 4 years of age. And yet her desire to be with humans and be loved is huge. She had no idea what it was to be in a house but now that she has discovered how nice it can be she doesn't want to go far. She just wants to be comfortable and loved. Her adoption fee is $250 and we require an above ground fenced yard.
Max is another stray who made it to the farm of an elderly gentleman. He is young, around 18 months, and very loving. He really likes other dogs regardless of size though he we are working on his desire to be boss of the other male bloodhound in his foster home. He loves to play and cuddle. Because he was recently neutered he almost ready for that family who wants to add a loving bloodhound. A family with bloodhound experience would be best but not necessary. His adoption fee is $250 and an above ground fence is required.