Adopt

 . BETSY .
 . BETSY .  . BETSY .
  • Basset Hound
Look at this great looking houndette! Betsy is around 6 or 7 years old. She is heartworm negative and has been spay and and up to date on her shots. She is in foster care and more information on her will be forthcoming. She is a looker, so get your apps in at BellyRubs.org quickly.
Adult, Female, Medium
 . BUBBY .
 . BUBBY .
  • Basset Hound
Bubby is only one and a half year olds. He has all his vaccinations and is heartworm negative. Yeah! He is great with other dogs and kids. Bubby is also good with the cats in his foster home. He is a real find! More updated information will follow when he settles in his foster home. Get your apps in now for this great basset hound at BellyRubs.org.
Young, Male, Medium
 . DILLY .
 . DILLY .
  • Basset Hound
Senior boy relinquished by his owners. He is a small boy at 38 lbs and is very very sweet. He might have spine issues or bad arthritis. He's heart worm positive. More updates after he has settled in with his foster and receives vet evaluation. There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound require less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Male, Medium
 . ODIE .
 . ODIE .  . ODIE .  . ODIE .  . ODIE .  . ODIE .
  • Basset Hound
Meet 4 year old Odie. Owner surrender. His mom is moving to Hawaii for work. They feel the 90 days in quarantine would be bad for him. They had a home set for him but life happened and now he needs Belly Rubs. He is good with dogs, kids and people. Fully vetted. He does bark when left all alone. House trained and crate trained. Good on leash. He is in Nashville area. More information on this gorgeous hound as it becomes available. Get you apps in for him at BellyRubs.org.
Adult, Male, Medium
 . LACEY .
 . LACEY .  . LACEY .
  • Basset Hound
Lacey is 8 year old female basset. Isn't she gorgeous? She is fully vaccinated and but is heartworm positive, which is fully treatable. She has ear and skin issues that are being treated as a full recovery is expected. She is getting the TLC she needs. Foster says she is a very sweet and loving girl. Lacey seems house trained and she is good with other dogs. More information to come as she settles in to her foster home. There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound require less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Female, Medium
 . LILLY .
 . LILLY .  . LILLY .  . LILLY .  . LILLY .
  • Basset Hound
Lilly is a seven year old basset and she is a beauty. She is looking for a good home and Belly Rubs volunteered to take her and find a new home. Could that be you? Lilly is good with kids, cats and other dogs. Slow to warm up to new people but once she knows you, she is a total sweetheart. Current on vaccinations, spay and heartworm negative. Lilly is being fostered in the Knoxville area. Hurry and get your apps in for this lovely houndette at BellyRubs.org.
Adult, Female, Medium
 . Daisy Lou .
 . Daisy Lou .  . Daisy Lou .  . Daisy Lou .  . Daisy Lou .  . Daisy Lou .
  • Basset Hound
Meet Daisy! She’s 4 years old, up to date on shots, good with other dogs and cats, and is very sweet. More information to follow after she settles in to her foster home and gets evaluated. You can apply to adopt her (and see other bassets who need homes!) at www.bellyrubs.org/adopt.
Adult, Female, Medium
 . EMMA .
 . EMMA .  . EMMA .  . EMMA .  . EMMA .
  • Basset Hound
Here’s Emma in Cleveland Tn. She is in foster care. Probably 2-4 years. Timid. Vetted, spayed, hw neg. More information to come after she settles in to her foster home.
Adult, Female, Medium
 . MURRAY .
 . MURRAY .  . MURRAY .  . MURRAY .  . MURRAY .  . MURRAY .  . MURRAY .
  • Basset Hound
Meet Murray! He is our newest Bellyrubs boy. He is yet another senior fellow who, by no fault of his own, finds himself in need of a home for his twilight years. He is a sweet, mellow guy who is “chill” even in the chaos of the foster boy dogs. He is being fostered in Memphis, TN. He is house trained and up to date on shots. This sweetie would be the perfect addition to your home, right? Get you app in at BellyRubs.org. There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound require less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Male, Medium
 . MAVIS .
 . MAVIS .  . MAVIS .  . MAVIS .  . MAVIS .  . MAVIS .  . MAVIS .
  • Basset Hound
Isn't that the cutest face ever? Mavis was found a few weeks back. She is thought to be a 2 years old Basset mix. She is currently in foster care. We will update you after her vet and foster assessment. She looks to be a sweetie, so get your application in now for her at BellyRubs.org.
Adult, Female, Medium
 . Farren (courtesy post) .
 . Farren (courtesy post) .  . Farren (courtesy post) .
  • Husky
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Up-to-date with routine shots
This is Farren, a three year old Siberian Husky. This girl wandered into one of our foster family's front doors. They posted her on the internet and owner contacted them, but due to an unfolding domestic situation, he was unsure if he could give her the best quality of life. Our foster family decided to get her the care she needed and a safe place to stay until they could find her a perfect forever home. Farren is fully vetted, spayed, and microchipped. She is wonderful with children and does well with other dogs and cats but tends to guard her food. She is very calm for her breed and enjoys lounging all day long if exercised. She is a wanderer so she will need a tall, secure fence as with any dog of her breed.
Adult, Female, Large
 . Clint Eastwood .
 . Clint Eastwood .  . Clint Eastwood .  . Clint Eastwood .
  • Basset Hound
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Special Needs
Clint is very disappointed in his family and confused right now. They dropped him at the shelter because of health issues and because they got a new puppy. He’s really having a difficult adjustment period wondering why his life suddenly changed so drastically. Clint walks a little slow and may stumble because our vet thinks he has some neuro deficits from a past embolism or accident. But he gets around fine and has no incontinence issues. We think he would love a family with someone home a lot and he needs a level home without any stairs to maneuver. He has been nothing but sweet and confused and anxious since we pulled him from the shelter. Could you give Clint a chance? There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound require less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Male, Medium
 . Sammy the Coonhound Extraordinaire .
 . Sammy the Coonhound Extraordinaire .  . Sammy the Coonhound Extraordinaire .
  • Coonhound
Sammy was a wandering stray when a nice family took him in and contacted us for help. No one ever came looking for him. He’s a sweetheart with lots of pretty coonhound freckles on his tummy. His foster family loves him but let us know that he will chase cats. He’s good and submissive with other dogs though and had liked all people. He’s gorgeous and a young adult, he would be a great companion in just about any family setting.
Adult, Male, Medium
 . Jasper .
 . Jasper .  . Jasper .  . Jasper .  . Jasper .  . Jasper .  . Jasper .
  • Basset Hound
Jasper is a big hunk of love. In fact, we would like for him to slim down just a bit. We think some former owner really showed love with food. He loves cuddling and being near his foster mom. He really likes things his way and gets a little nervous if doctors and new folks want to manhandle him too much. He’s getting slimmed down and healthy and ready to be the center of someone’s home. Jasper hangs fine with his foster siblings but prefers people and most of all wants to be the boss and your main squeeze. There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound require less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Male, Medium
 . Charlie .
 . Charlie .  . Charlie .  . Charlie .  . Charlie .  . Charlie .
  • Basset Hound
We call this guy Charlie the Coyote Fighter. He was left outside to his own devices for most of his life and his owners told us that he likes to “run off the coyotes at night.” Adding insult to injury, he was also regularly chased and aggravated by young children in the family so he needs to be in a home with older children or adults. (And no coyotes please!) He loves the indoor pampered life, as we knew he would, and coexists peacefully with several dog siblings and one nine year old human boy. He deserves a good, easy, spoiled existence from here on out. Do you have room for this sweet fella? There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound require less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Male, Medium
 . Marley .
 . Marley .  . Marley .  . Marley .  . Marley .  . Marley .
  • Basset Hound, Beagle
Marley has been a perfect boy in our foster home. Friendly. Sweet. Cuddly. Handsome. Well-behaved. Cute. Loving. Curious. He’s about 4 and couldn’t be a better dog. His owners had some legal issues and had to give up their dogs. So Shadow needs a new family to love him. He’s really perfect we think.
Adult, Male, Medium
 . Summer .
 . Summer .  . Summer .  . Summer .  . Summer .  . Summer .  . Summer .
  • Basset Hound
Summer is a beautiful “young” golden girl. She likes taking naps on big soft dog beds but she also likes cruising the yard with her foster siblings. Somehow she found her way to a shelter as a stray and we really don’t know how or why. She’s a perfect girl. One of her front legs turns out, a characteristic we see often in bassets, but it does impact her mobility or slow her down. There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound require less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Female, Medium
 . Joy .
 . Joy .  . Joy .  . Joy .
  • Basset Hound, Beagle
Joy is a young energetic small ball of energy. She is the cutest little girl and very active. She needs a home with a securely fenced yard where she can run and play endlessly. She might really love a young playmate too. She is really still like a puppy and needs a home that can be puppy proofed. She could also use some puppy manners training. She likes to chew and dig and won’t do well left alone for long inactive periods. She loves kids but hasn’t learned yet not to jump on them so children five and up would be best. She’s a great, funny, sweet, tiny girl. She needs physical activity and mental stimulation. If you have the right home, please apply!
Young, Female, Medium
 . Ellie Mae .
 . Ellie Mae .  . Ellie Mae .  . Ellie Mae .  . Ellie Mae .  . Ellie Mae .
  • Basset Hound
Ellie Mae’s beloved owner died and her son asked us to find a loving home for her. She was mourning her owner and had gotten very thin but she is feeling better and looking better and seems happy again. She doesn’t ask for much, just love and a big soft bed, good food and to be part of a family. She is being fostered in Chattanooga, TN and is thriving in her foster pack. She has spunk and a raspy bark and bounces when she plays. Her foster family loves watching her grow in confidence and be a hound again. Why adopt a Senior Hound? There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound requires less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Female, Medium
 . Philomena .
 . Philomena .  . Philomena .  . Philomena .  . Philomena .  . Philomena .  . Philomena .
  • Basset Hound
Philomena came to us last November after she was found lying in a road in Nashville, severely injured. She had a shattered back leg and dislocated front leg, and multiple broken ribs. Doctors predicted that her leg could not be repaired with surgery. We opted to splint the shattered leg and hope for a miracle. With much tlc from a wonderful foster home and the care of a great doctor, she has spent over four months recuperating and healing, and is now cast-free and walking and running. She is a miracle and very dear to our group and supporters who have watched her progress and pulled for while she recuperated. She is obviously a strong, determined dog, but she is also a ray of sunshine, and thus far has loved every person and animal she’s come into contact with, and withstood a lot of discomfort and hardship with tail wags and cuddles. She is about 9 years old, a very happy and feisty nine years old, and we think she will be a great companion for someone for years to come. Because of her injuries, we have certain requirements for her forever home. She must live in a level home without steps inside, or steps going to the yard (ramps to the yard are ok). She must also remain on quality joint supplements for the rest of her life. She must have a fenced yard where she can run and play freely, and her forever family must commit to keeping her healthy and trim. Philomena is a gem, and all of us involved with her are in love. We will make no exceptions to any of our requirements for her. She has been fostered with an awesome family who own their own grooming boarding facility in the Knoxville area, and they have offered free grooming and boarding for her as needed for life with her new family. Do you want to adopt this special girl? Please apply now. She is ready to go to her forever home.
Senior, Female, Medium
 . Earl .
 . Earl .  . Earl .  . Earl .
  • Basset Hound, Beagle
What a sweet face! Imagine the shelter’s surprise when a truck pulled up to the shelter and a horrible man shoved him out of the truck yelling “get out.” Poor Earl ran into the shelter. He had masses on the side of his face and his bottom and other untreated issues. They were benign masses and now that they are gone. Earl is feeling so much better and is very grateful for all the kindness and attention he is getting. Can you give Earl a real home for his golden years? He’s so deserving and it will be so rewarding to watch him learn to trust and blossom. There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound require less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Male, Medium
 . Calhoun .
 . Calhoun .  . Calhoun .  . Calhoun .  . Calhoun .  . Calhoun .
  • Basset Hound, German Shepherd Dog
Calhoun is about four years old and a wiggle butt. He was picked up as a stray and was never reclaimed. Since his time was nearly up at the shelter, we had to save him. We think he looks like a Basset-Shepherd mix. Whatever he is, he deserves a forever home with people that love him. His foster says he is a lover! Never a fighter. All sweetness and kisses and thank yous for saving him. He loves car rides and is an excellent back seat driver.
Adult, Male, Medium
 . Dexter .
 . Dexter .  . Dexter .  . Dexter .
  • Basset Hound
Dex is classic Basset. Big feet. Big head. Squishy. Wrinkly. Perfect. He just won King of the Belly Rubs Waltz 2018 and it’s no surprise. He’s the whole package. A sweetheart and glad to be living the pampered life inside with his foster family. Dexter is a prize and will make any family happy. There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound require less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Male, Medium
 . Tracie .
 . Tracie .
  • Basset Hound
More info coming soon. Tracie is Dexter’s son.
Adult, Male, Medium
 . Poochie .
 . Poochie .  . Poochie .
  • Basset Hound
Senior, Male, Medium
 . Smokey .
 . Smokey .  . Smokey .  . Smokey .  . Smokey .  . Smokey .  . Smokey .
  • Basset Hound
Smokey is a perfect little guy. His owners passed away and he was really lonely so the relatives asked us to help find him a loving home where he could get lots of attention. He likes everyone and just wants love and affection. He really has adjusted very well as a foster dog and would fit in easily almost anywhere. He would love a fenced yard to run and sniff in. And other than that he just needs a cozy bed and lots of love. There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound require less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Male, Medium
 . Sadie .
 . Sadie .  . Sadie .
  • Basset Hound
This is sweet Sadie. She was surrendered to the shelter because her owners could no longer care for her. She is good with other dogs and cats. She is playful and happy and easy. She would love a few play toys and a soft bed in your home. That’s all she really needs. There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound require less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Female, Medium
 . Clark Kent .
 . Clark Kent .  . Clark Kent .  . Clark Kent .  . Clark Kent .  . Clark Kent .
  • Basset Hound
Meet Clark Kent! Clark is around 8 years old. He had a very good human at one time. He is well trained on a leash and sits on command. He is good with other dogs. He has a beautiful singing voice. He’s only missing his cape to complete his transformation to SuperDog! If you would like to adopt this hound, please complete our adoption application form. Answering all the questions fully will speed the application process. We look forward to hearing from you. You can also visit us at Bellyrubs.org. There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound require less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Male, Medium
 . Roy .
 . Roy .  . Roy .  . Roy .
  • Basset Hound, Labrador Retriever
Roy is a 10 year old bassadore. Good with dogs cats and people/children 12 and up. Already neutered. Good on leash and crate trained house trained. Loves to go on walks and has gone jogging with dog sitter. If you would like to adopt this hound, please complete our adoption application form. Answering all the questions fully will speed the application process. We look forward to hearing from you. You can also visit us at Bellyrubs.org. There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound require less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Male, Medium
 . Sherlock .
 . Sherlock .  . Sherlock .  . Sherlock .
  • Basset Hound
Meet Sherlock, a one year and 10 month old full basset. House trained crate trained and good with kids and other dogs. He is trained to sit stay and wait on command. He is a total package fully vetted and ready to go for adoption. Unfortunately, his current owner has allergies and must return him to Belly Rubs to find him a new home. If you would like to adopt this hound, please complete our adoption application form. Answering all the questions fully will speed the application process. We look forward to hearing from you. You can also visit us at Bellyrubs.org.
Young, Male, Medium
 . Baxter .
 . Baxter .  . Baxter .  . Baxter .
  • Basset Hound, Labrador Retriever
  • Prefers home without dogsPrefers home without small kids
Baxter is a 2 year old bassador. Very sweet and loves people. Has energy of a lab but low like a basset. He loves to get belly rubs and loves to clown around and make you laugh. Fully vetted and ready to go to his forever home. Baxter has to be an only dog in an adult only home.
Young, Male, Medium
 . Jesse and Daisy .
 . Jesse and Daisy .  . Jesse and Daisy .  . Jesse and Daisy .  . Jesse and Daisy .  . Jesse and Daisy .
  • Basset Hound
Jesse is Daisy’s loyal caretaker. These two bonded pair are the sweetest dogs. Jesse, age 7, will make sure Daisy is taken care of before she settles in. And of course, they love to cuddle together. Jesse is still a spunky basset and loves to run around but will gladly stop for food. Boy does she love all things food! Daisy is still a little skittish and has only recently realized that inside the house is ok. I’m sure once she discovers the couch she’ll never leave! Daisy’s favorite thing is to lay outside on a warm patch of grass and suntan. She is a very laid back lady and looking for a nice yard to enjoy! How can you pass up these loyal duo?! You can call these two ebony (Daisy) and Ivory (Jesse), they are their own piano. They need a home with minimal steps. If you are interested in these sweet basset babies, visit www.BellyRubs.org and fill out an application today!
Adult, Female, Medium
 . Archie .
 . Archie .  . Archie .  . Archie .  . Archie .  . Archie .
  • Basset Hound
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Special Needs
Archie is a sweet, gentle, affectionate and polite gentleman. He is a typical basset and very interested in lounging at your feet while you cook or trying to sneak into your food pantry. He is very interested in his fosters 5 year-old son and loves to chase after him when he runs and follow him everywhere. They swear if Archie had hands to reach out and tickle him, he would. No aggression, biting, mouthing etc. Archie is very good with other dogs and is more of the submissive one and loves to share his bones. Since Archie lost one of his eyes to glaucoma, his vision has diminished in his other eye. He gets around fine but would need to be in a level home where his people understand vision impaired dogs. He does need daily insulin shots and diabetic food. His personality far outshines any health issues he has. If you would like to adopt this hound, please complete our adoption application form. Answering all the questions fully will speed the application process. We look forward to hearing from you. You can also visit us at Bellyrubs.org. There is no better gift than adopting a senior dog and making their last years the best years of their life. The transition into your home will likely be easier with a senior hound as he/she will not need constant monitoring. Show the dog the water and food bowl, the way to outside for potty breaks and the dog bed or couch and the hound is good. You will know the senior’s temperament, as it is already established. A senior hound require less exercise as it will take shorter and less intensive exercise to fulfil the hound’s activity needs. You will skip the wild puppy years, so your shoes and possessions will be safe. Consider a Senior Dog. You won’t regret it as they still have lots of loving and snuggling to give.
Senior, Male, Medium
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