Bloodhound - Leah - Large - Adult - Female - Dog
This big, beautiful lady is Leah. She's a three-year-old bloodhound mix who absolutely loves being outside. Leah was surrendered by her owner, who said she was too hyper, but she's been nothing but loving and playful at The Humane Society of Allen County. She's a patient and tolerant dog who doesn't mind being held or hugged.
Petfinder ID: 27136951
Pet has been spayed/neutered
Daisy is a 4 year old bloodhound. We love her very much but do not have the time to give her the love and attention she needs. She is fixed. Please contact me only if 100% sure you are familiar with bloodhounds. $300 or best offer
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We have a litter of 11 puppies they are 6 days old. We have both Mom and Dad on site and they are both AKC Registered. We have 7 males and 4 females all black and tan. The puppies will be available the week of Apr 10th.
Hi. I have 2 akc red bloodhound that are not fixed I am looking to sell them. I hate to but my little girl has Allergies to them. One is a 1 1/2 blood hound she is a great girl and the other is a 9 month old blood hound. Both are reds and both are great with other dogs and great with kids. Please send me a text or call for more info. 9894247817
Beautiful AKC Bloodhound puppies for sale now. Large boned Black and Tan and Reds, males and females available. Mom and Dad on site. Excellent lineage; mom is from S&R lines and dad is from hunting lines. Dad is 160 lbs Mom is 145 lbs. Puppies are 8 weeks old and ready to go with first shots and de-wormings. We are located near Harrison but will deliver most anywhere for a reasonable delivery fee. Call (989) 339-0209 or email [email removed] for more information.
Bloodhound - Jaime - Large - Adult - Female - Dog
Please do not phone. Please email [email removed] or text to 574-780-3302 Thank you! Hi Yall, My name is Jaime! I am a 6 year old Bloodhound Mix. I was found as a stray and taken to a kill shelter in Indiana. All of the ladies helping me at the shelter found it very hard to believe I was actually a stray because I could barely walk a few steps without having to stop and rest so wondering away from home seemed unlikely. Everyone who met me said I was ...