How to Adopt your Bloodhound Puppy
"If you think dogs can't
count, try putting three dog biscuits in your pocket and
then give him only two of them."
Congratulations! Please follow these steps to reserve your puppy and to help prepare for your new pet!
Know that you are ready for a new member of your family. :-) Bloodhound puppies require more attention in the first 4 to 6 months than adult dogs. If you plan to keep your bloodhound puppy outside, inspect your kennel or run or backyard fence to make sure it is puppy safe, and has shelter from sun and for cold weather. If your puppy will be inside, this is a good excuse to buy those new tennis shoes you've been wanting...so you can exercise along with your puppy on long walks!
When you are ready to adopt a puppy, fill out our Puppy Application so we can learn a little about you and have all the info on hand that we need. We will get back to you, usually within 24 hours.
If you don't hear from us in response to a question you asked in the comments section, it would generally be because we didn't receive the message for some reason, such as spam filtering. If you don't receive our reply in a timely manner, please contact us via phone at 641-413-1948.