The dogs listed here are adoptable through other organizations or individuals. Northeast Coonhound Rescue has not evaluated these dogs and has no information on their health or temperment. All information and negotiations regarding these dogs are beween the adopter and the organization listing them below. If no contact is given, please reply to us and we will forward your inquiry to the responsible person or organization in possession of the dog.
Meet Lenix he's a handsome 4 yr old hound mix Lenix was adopted before we had a baby and has not adjusted well to having a baby around. We have tried several things over the last several months with no success. He is just not comfortable around our now 16 month old.
Lenix would do best in a child free home, he is very selective on the other dogs he is friendly with the off leash dog walker we had taking him never had any issues but we have at our towns dog park, he is not cat tested, he is housebroken, up to date on shots, neutered, crate trained, loves car rides, great jogging buddy (can run 3+ miles and has done over 10 miles with out any problems), knows basic commands and is a lovable goof ball who is as comfortable being active and spending lazy time on the couch. We need a good home where he can be comfortable. It is not fair to him to be living in an uncomfortable or even dangerous situation for him and our baby. Located in Putnam Ct Please contact email@example.com
Abby - Adoption Pending
Abby is a beautiful redbone coonhound. Her family's work schedule has changed and sadly, they are having to rehome her. Abby would do best with another dog for company or with someone who is home during the day. She has some separation anxiety. Abby loves chasing smells when walking in the woods. She is house broken minus the separation anxiety. She is accustomed to an invisible fence and stays in the yard most of the time. She is fully vaccinated and spayed with no health issues. She is also leashed trained. She'll make a great companion. Abby is about 7 yrs old.
Dixon is a 3-year-old, 55-pound hound mix.
He is house trained and not destructive, though we recommend keeping the kitchen door closed! He is very smart and a quick learner. He likes his stuffed toys, playing tug, and fetching a big ball and is good at amusing himself too.
He enjoys playing with other dogs of any size and loves day care. He would thrive in a home with a calm, adaptable dog who enjoyed play to work off his energy and could also be a role model. He is also good with cats, chickens, and children.
His hound ears are sensitive, and he doesn’t like loud noises like the vacuum, lawn mower, power tools, etc.
Dixon responds best to positive training methods and CANNOT be trained with an electric collar or fence. He initially barks a lot in the car out of excitement but settles in if it's a long ride. He’s fine with being groomed, nails clipped, etc. He would do best in a structured setting with a lot of consistency and clear boundaries where he understands what’s expected of him. He is very vocal.
Dixon is available for adoption through Almost Home Rescue of Maine. We require vet references and a home visit for adoption approval. All Adoption applications are completed on line at www.almosthomerescue.net
Contact Martie at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Blue is a very handsome, fun and loving 4.5 yr.old male hound mix that weighs about 75 lbs. He's a very friendly, outgoing, happy, loyal and sweet. He likes to play with all kinds of dogs as you can see him playing in the video, but doesn't get along well with cats. Some of his favorite things to do are: walks/hikes, camping, car rides, and playing with toys (loves Kong's). He LOVES to hang out with his people!
Blue's ideal home would be a home with a little less commotion with older teens/adult home since little kids keep him on alert and he's very protective of them. He's got a laid back personality all in all. He's trained in all his basic commands (sit, stay, down, leave it, off, etc) and is fully trained on a perimeter wireless fence as well! A yard to run/hang out in is a must! He's super smart and a fast learner, especially is you have a treat (he's VERY food motivated). In his foster figured out how to open the doggie doors using the latch! He is already crate-trained and house-trained. Available from Almost Home Rescue in Maine. Contact: Karen at email@example.com