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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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
TX DAISEY NEEDS A FAMILY OF HER OWN!
Daisy is super friendly with dogs and cats but still a little fearful around new people. Daisy is now around 7-8 years old. Daisey really wants to be loved on but is unsure of her place and needs a family who can reassure her she is welcome in the home. After her owner died she was tied out and left before being turned over to the shelter and traumatized is really the only way to describe how she acted. She will need careful introduction to the male members of the family but is now asking for the husband in the foster home to love on her. She gains confidence from other dogs. A fenced yard is required. Her adoption fee is $100.
ABIGAIL TRAILING PROSPECT
Abigail came to us painfully thin. She has almost boundless energy and would make a great trailing prospect. She has a wonderful temperament and gets along with the cat and other dogs. She has successfully undergone heartworm treatment and is now waiting for that active and loving home she so deserves. Abby has also become a talker and according to her foster she has quite the mouth on her! Her adoption fee is $250 and she requires an above ground fence.
ELSIE JANE ADPTION PENDING
From her foster: She is a doll. I am in love. A very sweet & demure girl. She enjoys nothing more than to be a companion. She loves her bed, and a corner of the couch. She is not loud or rowdy, and has never bombed the trash. Cats & children are fine.
Elsie Jane is really coming our her shell and starting to play since the discovery of an embedded bone on her teeth! It is amazing how much she has changed and come into her own.
Elsie Jane is a very small girl but a bundle of love. She came to us with very large bags from apparently having been bred numerous times. We believe she is around 6. There is a small chance that she is acutally a Jura Hound but if so they are essentially a subset of the bloodhound so we are quite comfortable with her presence.
Elsie is undergoing hearworm treatment and could go to a home if they are able to keep her quiet while she is treated. She loves everyone and is good with the cat.
Her adoption fee is $100.
Don't let Tracker's age, 7 years, fool you. He is just a big, goofy overgrown puppy. He is silly and sweet and loves attention. He has the most wonderful golden eyes and he stares deep into yours with them. He has used the dog door consistently since being with his foster. Tracker came to us after being taken from a breeder who refused to trear his wounds from flies. Prior to this he, along with the two sisters, were with another breeder. In spite of having apparently lived his entire life either kenneled or in a medium-sized pen he is well-socialized and gets along with other dogs including males (though you do need to watch just in case). He loves to be outside and be able to roam and move freely. He does try to guard his food a little but not in the extreme. He doesn't even try to mark in the house. His adoption fee is $100 as he is 6 years old.
Angie and her sister Cheyanne are apparently sisters who have been used as breeders all of their lives. Angie gets along well with the other dogs and cat and is well-socialized. Angie tends to be a little reserved but is very sweet and curious. She would love to stay with her sister who gives her confidence but we will adopt her out by herself as more than anything she just wants someone to love her and play with her for herself.
Cheyanne and her sister Angie came to us last year from a woman who had a breeding kennel who agreed to quit breeding bloodhounds. They came from another kennel where they been used as brood bitches. They were surprisingly well socialized. They are now 7 years old and have learned how to live freely. They are quite bonded and keeping them together would be nice but not necessary. Cheyanne is the more confident of the two and loves a little play, a comfortable place, and a good lap. Which she totally deserves.
Gracie is a registered 2 year. Her family has tried to keep her but because of poor health her family hasn't been able to give her the attention or exercise she needs, especially since they don't have a fenced yard. They have made the hard decision to find her a new home where she can have a better life. Gracie gets along well with other animals and really loves to play. She is very exuberent, probably due in part to the circumstances, so may need a family that doesn't include very young children though she does love them. She has a slight food aggression and wants to guard toys but isn't mean about it. She is house-trained, loves the car, and just wants more from life. As you can see she is very pretty and she has had very good vet care all of her life. Now she needs someone who can help her live a more active life filled with love.
Mister was an owner surrender but only because his owner was afraid she wouldn't be able to keep him safe. Mister was stolen and found weeks later confined in a pen in the backwoods. She believes he was being used to hunt and he had an injury to his hind leg. In order to keep him safe he was surrendered to the local Humane Society who contacted us. His foster adores his personality. He is calm but playful, not destructive, and non-aggressive. He is around 2 and a good all-round boy.
ELLIE MAE ADOPTION PENDING
Ellie Mae had a wonderful loving home. She had just had surgery on both eyes when her owner died suddenly. The owners parent's are older and the son already has 3 dogs and asked us for help in finding this beautiful girl a home. She is sweet, adaptable, no food aggression, loves other dogs and undisturbed by the presence of a 3 year old boy.
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