My name is Blaze. I am a very handsome and fun loving 8 year old Bloodhound and I weigh 95 pounds. I have lived my whole life in a 10 x 20 pen with a doghouse until this nice group helped me. Now I am living the high life indoors. I am fully vetted and neutered. I have my full Bloodhound voice and you can hear me from a distance!
I am learning how to be an inside dog and loving it because Im not living in the dirt any longer. The couch is a wonderful thing! I shocked everyone with how well I walk on a leash, so taking me for walks is a fun thing to do. I love being around other dogs and even visited doggie daycare and had fun! I would love a family that is a Bloodhound lover, who understands me and will give me a comfy place to crash in my retirement years.
I have not been around young children, but I should be okay with older children. I dont like cats. They used to torment when I lived outside, so I need a home without cats.
If you are interested in adopting Blaze, please submit an inquiry directly with Greater Charlotte SPCA by visiting charlottespca.org/adopt.
***Because our rescue is composed entirely of volunteers, local applications will take precedence. We will accept out of town applications, but any family is responsible for coming to Charlotte to complete a socially distanced meet and greet. All out of town applicants will also have to be willing to drive to Charlotte to meet/pick up the pet as soon as they are approved to adopt.***
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