1. MUST have a fenced in yard. unless otherwise noted
2. No Bloodhound will be staked out on a cable, rope, chain or other means of
3. Regular veterinarian care must be provided; this includes, but is not be limited to, yearly heart worm testing, monthly
heart worm preventative, monthly flea and tick treatment, yearly shots including those recommended by the American Board of
Veterinarian Practice. Rabies as determined by the local and state laws.
4. All adoptions are subject to unannounced home visits to insure that
the Bloodhound is being adequately cared for.
Tennessee Bloodhound Rescue must be notified in the event of the dogs death and the reason for the death. This
also applies to any dog that escapes from its adoptive family and what the outcome of the missing dog is.
must be notified of any change of address or telephone number during the time the adoptive family has possession of a dog
adopted from them.