Opal and Pearl are two bluetick puppies from West Virginia. They are 9 to 10 months old and should have adult weights of 45 - 50 lbs. Opal and Pearl were kept outside and have not had a lot of attention from other dogs and people. They are currently in a foster home in Massachusetts where they getting comfortable with the resident dogs and life in a home as pets. They love to run and play with each other, play with their toys and explore in the fenced yard. An ideal home for them would have hound-experienced owners who can work with them on gaining confidence.. They are young and with a little time and patience, they will blossom into great hound companions. We are currently taking applications for both together as a bonded pair.
If you’d like to apply to adopt, please submit an application using the link below.
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About our rescue
We are a foster based rescue. Our dogs are in foster homes throughout the area or in some cases in the south waiting to be transported north. We do not have a physical shelter. However, meet and greets are set up for approved applicants.
Our Adoption Process
Visit our website www.necoonhoundrescue.org for information about the Coonhound and Beagle breeds. Read ‘Is a Coonhound Right for You’.
If youd like to apply, our application is available at the link above. Once we review your application one of our Adoption Counselors will be in touch to review it with you. Once the phone interview is completed, we will check your vet reference as well as a personal reference and conduct a home visit.
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