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  • Bluetick Coonhound Dog For Adoption in Arlington, TX, USA

    Henry

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    Breed: Bluetick Coonhound
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bluetick Coonhound. ***ADOPTION EVENT @ PETCO 4001 W. GREENOAKS BLVD, ARLINGTON. SAT 14 APRIL FROM 11:30-230 ***COME MEET OUR ADOPTABLE DOGS*** Meet Henry! He came to us a little shy but with the security and love of his foster mom, he has opened up and loves to play with his other foster siblings. He loves to sniff out new adventures and lets you know what he's found by letting out his hound dog bark. What’s not to love? If you want to be his family, and see if he is a match for you, please contact Liz at 214 616 6128 or you can complete our online application at www.shelter2rescue.org to be pre-approved. His adoption fee covers age appropriate vaccinations, worming, rabies vaccination, heartworm test (negative), neuter, and microchip including registration.
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  • Bluetick Coonhound Dog For Adoption in Fort Pierce, FL, USA

    DENVER

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    Breed: Bluetick Coonhound
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Young
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bluetick Coonhound (medium coat).
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  • Bluetick Coonhound Dog For Adoption in Fort Pierce, FL, USA

    DALLAS

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    Breed: Bluetick Coonhound
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Young
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bluetick Coonhound (medium coat).
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  • Bluetick Coonhound Dog For Adoption in Fairfax, VA, USA

    Felix *Adopt...

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    rescue
    Breed: Bluetick Coonhound
    Sex: Male Male
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bluetick Coonhound (short coat). Fundraiser: Purchase this sweet book and the royalties will be donated to Mutt Love Rescue. Several Mutts dogs are mentioned in the book Bowser Becomes the Boss Felix's owner didn't want him anymore because he didn't want to hunt and dumped him at a shelter.  He didn't want to hunt because he knew he would be rescued and a better life was waiting for him:  a warm and cozy bed, two meals a day, yummy treats and a family all of his own. Felix is a very smart hound and quiet, on top of being very handsome.  He is a loving gentleman and super sweet. **BECAUSE OF OUR REQUIREMENT FOR A HOME VISIT, WE ARE ONLY ABLE TO ADOPT TO HOMES IN THE NORTHERN VA / MARYLAND / DC METRO AREA** We have adoption events EVERY SATURDAY from 12-3 p.m. Please note that not all dogs can attend every event, so if you are interested in meeting a particular dog, please complete a no-obligation application on our website at http://www.muttloverescue.org/application.html OR write to adopt@muttloverescue.org. Upcoming adoption events: Saturday, Apr 21st noon - 3 pm at Weber's Pet Supermarket; 11021 Lee Hwy; Fairfax Saturday, Apr 28th noon - 3 pm at Weber's Pet Supermarket; 2599 John Milton Dr; Herndon Saturday, May 5th noon - 3 pm at Weber's Pet Supermarket; 11021 Lee Hwy; Fairfax Saturday, May 12th noon - 3 pm at Weber's Pet Supermarket; 2599 John Milton Dr; Herndon For information on sponsoring this dog, please write to adopt@muttloverescue.org. WE NEED FOSTER HOMES! FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE EMAIL ADOPT@MUTTLOVERESCUE.ORG. Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/muttloverescue Follow us on Twitter: @Muttlove_Rescue
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  • Bluetick Coonhound Dog For Adoption in Rocky Mount, VA, USA

    Jolene

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    Breed: Bluetick Coonhound
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bluetick Coonhound (short coat). Jolene is 2 years and 58lbs. She is such a beautiful girl with the longest legs. She does great with other dogs and even tested good with the kitties, she seems to want to avoid them. All of our animals have a lifetime commitment. If for any reason, the adoption does not work out, the cats and dogs are to come back to FCHS, which is a NO kill facility. The adoption fees help cover a portion of the care provided to the animals. Please visit our website under adoptable pets for a range of adoptions fees. All pets are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, heartworm tested (dogs) and placed on preventative, microchipped, and more. You can find our adoption application at http://plannedpethoodrockymount.com/adoption.html. Applications or questions can be emailed to adoptions@plannedpethoodrockymount.com. Please email for faster response or come on by during our business hours. Please do not call, this may cause delay because we receive a high volume of calls each day and operate with a small staff. Please submit your application once you see a pet you are interested in. Adoption Center hours are Tuesday - Friday 12-6 and Saturday 11-4.
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  • Bluetick Coonhound Dog For Adoption in Wilmington, DE, USA

    Seymour Cour...

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    Breed: Bluetick Coonhound
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bluetick Coonhound (short coat). Meet Seymour Seymour is a cross post for Mutt Love Rescue - http://www.muttloverescue.org/. You can also contact his foster mom - akeerbs6@gmail.com. This is a courtesy post. This is not a All Mutts Matter dog please contact above if interesed in adopt Seymour. Seymour - Redbone Coonhound/Foxhound mix - adult (5-6 years of age) - male/neutered - brown and white short coat - 48 pounds but tall and slender There is an old proverb that says “Every dog must have his day” - meaning that even the lowliest and unluckiest will, at some point, have success. Seymour was picked up as a stray with the number “9” painted on his side. He then spent considerable time (an entire year) living in a kennel, where he became quite distraught and thin. Finally, Seymour joined a foster home where he received support and patient encouragement to help him find his way. Seymour will "have his day" when he finds a home. Physically, Seymour is a beautiful hound with rich coloring and an offset white blaze down his nose. He is slender and refined in build. Seymour has a tendency to stare, which is the best way to describe his eye contact - certainly it is direct and focused. Seymour has been described by his foster mom and his T-Touch worker as a dog who does not have an aggressive bone in his body. His instincts for flight are still very much a part of his make up, but his initial fearfulness is slowly being replaced by a realization that he loves to be touched, and the discovery that there are people in the world whom he can trust. These strides have been hard-won for Seymour, and he is still a work in progress, but he continues to advance. Outdoors with the other dogs in his foster home Seymour is in his glory. He races around his fenced yard, voicing joyfully, ears streaming and his long legs stretched in motion. He loves to play chase with other dogs, and he is graceful and fast. The ideal home for Seymour would be a quiet home in a rural or semi rural area where Seymour’s self-expression (vocalizing) would not pose a nuisance for neighbors, and where he can enjoy these periods of happy release outdoors. Seymour is happiest in places where the sounds of nature predominate, rather than the sounds of cars and trucks and rushing people that Seymour, a country dog, finds stressful. It would also be a home in which his adopter(s) accept the fact that Seymour will need continuing support and guidance, while appreciating all the accomplishments he has already made. And enjoy the special individuality that is uniquely “Seymour”. When he is relaxed, Seymour can be quite a clown. He has a love of towels and a penchant for collecting them and distributing them throughout the house. He has a great fondness for toys that make either squeaking or crinkling noises, and it is best to keep magazines and books out of his reach, as he has been known to convert paper items into crinkly toys. He can also be very affectionate, which is a real source of delight to his foster mom. He will crawl up next to her and let her hug him, or reach up with his paws when he wants her to pet him. He loves to have his face rubbed, and if his foster mom is not there to do it, he will simply go to an article of her clothing and self-rub his own face. Seymour has never been particularly food motivated, and treats are one of the primary training rewards that we all use to teach dogs. Seymour has a very observant and problem-solving nature, and will actually open a kitchen cabinet in order to help himself to food. He is both intelligent and self-reliant in many respects. So one of the challenges for his foster mom has been how to guide him to use his “smarts” for positive things. They say that hounds have an especially well developed ability to intuit the emotional cues around them, and this seems very true of Seymour. His foster mom reports that he is very much in tune with her emotions. Seymour rides well in a car, and walks quite well on a lead in the quiet of the early morning. He becomes anxious and wants to run away when he is faced with traffic and a multitude of other people and dogs. He is comfortable with other dogs generally, but less so when confronted by them when he is tethered. Because of his impulse to flee, Seymour’s foster mom uses a Spook harness, so that he cannot back out of it and bolt. Here are some of the things specifically that Seymour’s prospective adopter(s) should be prepared to do: Be patient and gentle in guiding him and earning his trust. Be aware that his long time in a kennel has made him very afraid of being crated. Although he eats in his crate, it is always with the door open. Be resourceful in helping guide Seymour’s intelligence and intuitive understandings into ways that Seymour can succeed. An example would be nose work, which Seymour greatly enjoys and has a talent for. Continue his current medications, (Prozac and CBD oil) until they are no longer needed. Provide Seymour with a consistent routine of feeding and going outdoors to relieve himself. We also are requiring a securely fenced yard for Seymour. In describing Seymour we have endeavored to present him as he is right now, rather than as the dog we think he could be. Currently Seymour is in a suburban foster home, and on a daily basis he is contending routinely with things that frighten him. He is like a person who copes with an unpredictable world by being as self reliant as possible, and always keeping an eye on the nearest exit. Yet, despite his great worries, Seymour has also chosen to trust, and to learn, and he has done it without a trace of unkindness or aggression. We hope that there will be someone who will offer a permanent home and partnership to this gentle, worried dog, and that the partnership will grow into a real bond between Seymour and his adopter. Meet Seymour Seymour is a cross post for Mutt Love Rescue - http://www.muttloverescue.org/. You can also contact his foster mom - akeerbs6@gmail.com Seymour - Redbone Coonhound/Foxhound mix - adult (5-6 years of age) - male/neutered - brown and white short coat - 48 pounds but tall and slender There is an old proverb that says “Every dog must have his day” - meaning that even the lowliest and unluckiest will, at some point, have success. Seymour was picked up as a stray with the number “9” painted on his side. He then spent considerable time (an entire year) living in a kennel, where he became quite distraught and thin. Finally, Seymour joined a foster home where he received support and patient encouragement to help him find his way. Seymour will "have his day" when he finds a home. Physically, Seymour is a beautiful hound with rich coloring and an offset white blaze down his nose. He is slender and refined in build. Seymour has a tendency to stare, which is the best way to describe his eye contact - certainly it is direct and focused. Seymour has been described by his foster mom and his T-Touch worker as a dog who does not have an aggressive bone in his body. His instincts for flight are still very much a part of his make up, but his initial fearfulness is slowly being replaced by a realization that he loves to be touched, and the discovery that there are people in the world whom he can trust. These strides have been hard-won for Seymour, and he is still a work in progress, but he continues to advance. Outdoors with the other dogs in his foster home Seymour is in his glory. He races around his fenced yard, voicing joyfully, ears streaming and his long legs stretched in motion. He loves to play chase with other dogs, and he is graceful and fast. The ideal home for Seymour would be a quiet home in a rural or semi rural area where Seymour’s self-expression (vocalizing) would not pose a nuisance for neighbors, and where he can enjoy these periods of happy release outdoors. Seymour is happiest in places where the sounds of nature predominate, rather than the sounds of cars and trucks and rushing people that Seymour, a country dog, finds stressful. It would also be a home in which his adopter(s) accept the fact that Seymour will need continuing support and guidance, while appreciating all the accomplishments he has already made. And enjoy the special individuality that is uniquely “Seymour”. When he is relaxed, Seymour can be quite a clown. He has a love of towels and a penchant for collecting them and distributing them throughout the house. He has a great fondness for toys that make either squeaking or crinkling noises, and it is best to keep magazines and books out of his reach, as he has been known to convert paper items into crinkly toys. He can also be very affectionate, which is a real source of delight to his foster mom. He will crawl up next to her and let her hug him, or reach up with his paws when he wants her to pet him. He loves to have his face rubbed, and if his foster mom is not there to do it, he will simply go to an article of her clothing and self-rub his own face. Seymour has never been particularly food motivated, and treats are one of the primary training rewards that we all use to teach dogs. Seymour has a very observant and problem-solving nature, and will actually open a kitchen cabinet in order to help himself to food. He is both intelligent and self-reliant in many respects. So one of the challenges for his foster mom has been how to guide him to use his “smarts” for positive things. They say that hounds have an especially well developed ability to intuit the emotional cues around them, and this seems very true of Seymour. His foster mom reports that he is very much in tune with her emotions. Seymour rides well in a car, and walks quite well on a lead in the quiet of the early morning. He becomes anxious and wants to run away when he is faced with traffic and a multitude of other people and dogs. He is comfortable with other dogs generally, but less so when confronted by them when he is tethered. Because of his impulse to flee, Seymour’s foster mom uses a Spook harness, so that he cannot back out of it and bolt. Here are some of the things specifically that Seymour’s prospective adopter(s) should be prepared to do: Be patient and gentle in guiding him and earning his trust. Be aware that his long time in a kennel has made him very afraid of being crated. Although he eats in his crate, it is always with the door open. Be resourceful in helping guide Seymour’s intelligence and intuitive understandings into ways that Seymour can succeed. An example would be nose work, which Seymour greatly enjoys and has a talent for. Continue his current medications, (Prozac and CBD oil) until they are no longer needed. Provide Seymour with a consistent routine of feeding and going outdoors to relieve himself. We also are requiring a securely fenced yard for Seymour. In describing Seymour we have endeavored to present him as he is right now, rather than as the dog we think he could be. Currently Seymour is in a suburban foster home, and on a daily basis he is contending routinely with things that frighten him. He is like a person who copes with an unpredictable world by being as self reliant as possible, and always keeping an eye on the nearest exit. Yet, despite his great worries, Seymour has also chosen to trust, and to learn, and he has done it without a trace of unkindness or aggression. We hope that there will be someone who will offer a permanent home and partnership to this gentle, worried dog, and that the partnership will grow into a real bond between Seymour and his adopter.
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    Bluetick Coonhound Dog For Adoption in Wilmington, DE, USA
  • Bluetick Coonhound Dog For Adoption in Horn Lake, MS, USA

    ZCL Charlie

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    rescue
    Breed: Bluetick Coonhound
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bluetick Coonhound (medium coat). *** For more information call 419-302-2402 *** Not a DARS foster animal Meet Charlie the blue tick hound. Charlie is 8 years old, house trained, and lives in the house. But as you see in the pictures he loves to run around outside to get his exercise. He does not like cats and is not good around children. If you would like to give Charlie a new home, please call 419-302-2402
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  • Bluetick Coonhound Dog For Adoption in Waco, TX, USA

    CONSTANCE

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    rescue
    Breed: Bluetick Coonhound
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Senior
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bluetick Coonhound (medium coat).
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  • Bluetick Coonhound Dog For Adoption in Batavia, OH, USA

    Wilma

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    rescue
    Breed: Bluetick Coonhound
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bluetick Coonhound (short coat). Adoption Fee: 75.00. Meet Wilma! She's approximately 6 yrs. old and weighs 60 lbs. What a beauty this girl his. She's dog and people friendly! If interested, go to http://www.cttrhs.org click on adopt and fill out an application! Our adoption fees are as follow: $75.00 for adults, $125.00 for puppies and $50.00 for senior dogs. This includes: spay/neuter, microchip, HWT, DAPP and Bordetella vaccines, Strongid/deworming, and current Clermont County License. Support our shelter and save a life by adopting!
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  • Bluetick Coonhound Dog For Adoption in Cochran, GA, USA

    Alice

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    rescue
    Breed: Bluetick Coonhound
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: USA
    Posted Breed: Bluetick Coonhound. Alice female, bluetick coonhound, 5yrs, vetted, She gets on with other dogs, is crate and leash trained. She is very sweet, loves everyone
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