Southeastern bloodhound rescue

southeastern bloodhound rescue

Our Retired Bloodhound family.

Meet "Flash" (Retired)

Flash is a HUGE red bloodhound. He weighs in around 140 pounds. Despite his size he is a joy to be around. He's our gentle giant! In 2010, Flash fathered 2 white bloodhound puppies. A complete surprise! The last white bloodhound puppies reported were born in 1886! We have retired Flash. It is time for him to enjoy life as a very large and loveable bloodhound! Flash went to live with his new owner in Nebraska where he is being shown in Seniors. Good luck Flash!

Meet "Rescue" (Retired)

Update - We lost Rescue in 2014 just prior to his 11th birthday. Run free with the others who passed before you over the rainbow bridge my baby boy, Rescue.

Meet "Cheyenne Kahlua" (Retired)

Cheyenne is a full blanket deep dark Liver and Tan Bloodhound with LONG ears. She is gorgeous! Cheyenne is fast, agile, and is pretty darn fearless. She weighs 73 lbs and is AKC registered. Hips, Heart, and Thyroid tests are within normal limits, and can be seen on No evidence of hip dysplasia.

Meet "Bell of the Ball" (Retired)

Meet "Dolly" (Retired)

Dolly is Liver and Tan. She is gorgeous, has a wonderful temperament, and her pedigree lists several AKC Champions! Dolly gave us two litters of beautiful puppies but it is now time for her to retire and relax with her new family.

Meet "Hope" (Retired)


February 2000 - January 2009

Charlie was a loveable coonhound mix that

we adopted from the Evergreen Animal Protection

League (EAPL ) in Colorado. He is ASHA certified

and the reason why we fell in love with hounds

and tracking. He was a member of our family,

will be missed by all, but never forgotten.

For all of our four-legged friends:

God Blessed Us

I'll lend you, for a little while,

My grandest pup," He said.

For you to love while he's alive

And mourn for when he's dead.

It may be one or fifteen years,

Or days or months, you see.

But, will you, till I take him back,

Take care of him for me?

He'll bring his charms to gladden you,

And should his stay be brief,

You'll have treasured memories

To bring solace in your grief.

I cannot promise he will stay,

Since all from earth return.

But, there are lessons taught on earth

I want this dog to learn.

I've looked the wide world over

In my search for teachers true.

And from the throngs that crowd life's lanes With trust,

I have selected you.

Now will you give him your total love,

Not think the labor vain,

Category: Bloodhound

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