Northeast Coonhound Rescue   
                                                                                        


Available through Northeast Coonhound Rescue and our Beagle Rescue Program:
These dogs are in foster care in Massachusetts.  If you are interested, send us an email
with the information asked for on the 'Adoption Application' page. All of our rescued dogs
are fully vetted: spayed or neutered, up-to-date on shots, tested for heartworm,  and intestinal parasites.  They are treated if necessary before being made available for adoption.       
Please visit the Adoption Application page to apply.

 
      

       


       
                                             Coonhound Puppies  !
 We have a litter of treeing walker coonhound puppies, all tri color, 3 females and 6 males. These pups will be ready for adoption at the end of October. They are being raised in a family home with plenty of socialization and both parent dogs on the premises. They should have an adult weight of about 45 - 55 lbs.


           
                                              Iggy  -  Adopted !
 Iggy is a happy little hound mix. She's about a year old and weighs about 38 lbs. Iggy still has some puppy energy and likes to play. At her foster home in Virginia, she'll run and bounce around her outside kennel and likes to climb up and sit on her dog house. She's not a big barker and not destructive although she will sometimes dig a little if bored. Iggy loves attention and will come up to you for petting and affection. She does show some prey drive toward squirrels, chipmunks and even chickens, so a home with cats is probably not a good idea. Iggy has arrived in Massachusetts and is ready for visits.


     

          
                                          Wilbur - Adoption Pending
 Wilbur is a cute little guy, about a year old and weighing about 25 lbs. We think he is a Beagle Bassett mix, although may have a little something else there too. Wilbur is very sweet and friendly. He's quiet and calm in his crate, learning to walk on a leash and willing to please. He should be a good family pet. Arriving Sept 30.


 
      
                                                       Joey
Joey is an absolute sweetheart.  He is completely house broken and has no issues with chewing or barking, but will sneak onto furniture if you leave him home alone.  He greatly enjoys car rides , extra long walks and the dog park. He absolutely cannot be taken off of leash, but will walk by your side for multiple miles per day.  Although he does not necessarily like to play with the other dogs at the park, he does enjoy their company and does not demonstrate any aggressive behavior. Joey does have some anxiety and can be fearful of some men.  Loud noises will scare him to his dog bed, but a soft voice will help him feel comfortable again.  Joey loves to practice his baying, but only if you sing with him. He loves to be brushed and have his teeth cleaned.  Joey has been with his foster mom for the last month and with all of his walks has shed 5 pounds.  His favorite snacks are fruits and vegetables and will choose his favorites ones over dog treats every time. Joey is about 10 years old and weighs approx 35 lbs. He is available in the Boston area at his foster home for visits.


        

        
                                                         Phillip
 Phillip is a handsome redtick coonhound from Virginia.  He's laid back, friendly and likes other dogs.  Phillip enjoys meeting new people and likes attention.  Phillip has arrived and is ready for visits.


          
                                                          Cooper
 Cooper is a handsome young treeing walker coonhound from Virginia.  He's active, friendly, likes to meet new people and is good with other dogs.  Cooper is about 1.5 yrs old and weighs about 55 lbs.  He'll be arriving in Massachusetts Oct 13.

           
                                                   Harper and Hayley
These two cute hound girls are littermates from Tennessee. They are 10 months old and ready for adoption !  Very sweet and friendly.  Arriving in October.



        
                                                      Jasmine

   
                                                          Starr
   

 
 Starr and Jasmine are redtick American English coonhound pups, about 11 months old.
 We are placing them separately.  They are happy, friendly dogs who've been getting along with everyone they meet - other dogs, kids, and even cats. They are typical coonhound puppies and will benefit from obedience training and some structure and daily exercise. Jasmine and Starr have arrived and are ready for visits.



    
 
      
                                                        Brady
Brady is a cute and petite young hound, about 3 yrs old and about 40 lbs. Brady is housebroken and well-trained - he knows some obedience commands and some tricks too! Brady is super-affectionate and loves to hang out with his people. He plays well with other dogs and would do best with another dog or two in the home, Brady is available for visits in southern NH.



   
                                                         Carmen
 Carmen is a beautiful redtick American English Coonhound from Virginia. She's a happy friendly girl and good with new people.  She likes to nuzzle and cuddle  ! She appears to be housebroken. Carmen is about 1 yr old and weighs about 45 lbs. Carmen likes to chase squirrels, rabbits, chipmunks and possibly cats.  Carmen has arrived and is ready for visits.



   
                                                 Junebug
Junebug is a sweet hound girl with a great hound-dog face.  She's a little reserved and not high-energy, but she likes attention and likes just hanging out with her people watching what's going on. She's okay with other dogs and with cats too.  She may be a bit shy at first but warms up quickly and has a sweet personality.  Junebug is 3 - 4 yrs old and weighs about 50 lbs.  Junebug has arrived.




   
                                                         Carol
 Carol is a beautiful redtick American English Coonhound.  She has a sweet disposition, is friendly to new people and has won the hearts of her fosters and rescuers.  Carol is about 3 yrs old and weighs about 45 lbs.  She will arrive Oct 22.





       

   
                                                           Tiny
  Tiny is a pretty little redbone coonhound mix from Virginia. She seems almost housebroken, and is great with other dogs. Tiny can be a little shy in new situations but warms up with a little patience and TLC. Tiny's ideal home would have another canine companion for her, and would be away from urban areas. Tina has arrived and is fostering in the Boston area.

                                                

       
 
                                                           Star
Star is a female bluetick coonhound from Virginia.  She's about 4 yrs old and weighs about 45 lbs.  Star can be a little tentative around new people but with a little patience and TLC she does fine.  She needs a dog experienced owner and another dog to help her feel more confident in a new home.  Star has arrived and is ready for visits in Western Mass.


 


Courtesy Listings

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 between 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.


                      
Hi! We’re Walter and George, two tri-colored male basset mixes who are about 2 years old and very bonded.We are quiet and loving brothers who are very bonded and must be adopted together. We do everything together — play, run, wrestle & we even like to sleep together in the same crate. We like other dogs, although George is a little fearful of other dogs (especially little ones) at first. Once he gets to know them a little bit, though, he’s fine. We are both absolutely great with kids. We are super-friendly and get so excited and happy to see our humans! We do chase cats, though, so we would do best in a home without any cats. We love going for walks and playing outside. We are happiest when we can be outside running around, so we need to have a home with a good-sized yard. We can be escape artists, so a home with a good fence is a must for us. Absolutely NO electric fences!!We’ve been working on training, and we know a couple of the basics like sit and down. We would benefit from having a forever family that would help us continue with our training. Our foster mom says that we are absolutely wonderful and that we will make some family very happy. Could that family be yours?
Contact New England Bassett Hound Rescue at nebhrweb@gmail.com



Please visit the following coonhound and beagle rescue sites:


coonhoundrescue.com         American Black and Tan Coonhound Rescue
They have much more than Black and Tans - Check here for Blue-Tick and Redbone Hounds too.

coonhoundrescue.org          Maine Coonhound Rescue   
Check here for coonhounds available all over the country - mostly Redbones.

Greyhound Friends, Hopkinton, MA  Hound Friends Program
http://houndfriends.homestead.com/     See their short video: https://vimeo.com/123945395

B.O.N.E.S.  Beagles of New England States   - Beagle Rescue
http://www.bonesbeagles.org/

Senior Hounds
http://www.lhsk9.org/

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                           
 
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