Female Dogs Avaialble for Adoption
BHRG * P.O. Box 680322 * Marietta, GA * 30068-0006 * 770.499.1164

Dogs Avaialble for Adoption
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The following female basset hounds have been rescued by Basset Hound Rescue of Georgia, Inc. and are available for adoption.

A icon indicates a Senior Hound. Senior hounds are available at a reduced adoption fee.

If you are considering adopting one of our bassets, please review our adoption process and submit an adoption application.
 
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Last Updated: February 21, 2017.


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Adalida is a tri-colored girl who is around 6 years old. She is healthy and ready to find a forever family. Adalida is a quiet, gentle girl. She is shy but will warm up to you. She doesn't like loud, sudden noises. She is getting settled in her foster home. More details to come.
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  • Rita & Alex Bailon - Johns Creek, GA. In memory of Precious.
  • Eric Herrli & Steven Campeau - Alpharetta, GA. In memory of Sherman, Daisey and Oscar.


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Bea was used as breeding stock and then left at animal control when the breeder was finished using her. She is tri-colored and is around 6 years old. Bea is now up-to-date on shots and is spayed. She is healthy and waiting for a forever home. Bea has taken to the crate brilliantly and is working successfully on housetraining. She is a tiny, lovable lady. She is content to sit on the sofa and curl up. Bea doesn't quite understand a leash, but she tries her best. She has a great personality.
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  • Mary Relfe Russell Torrey - Pullman, WA. In honor of our beloved basset, Foxy, who went to Heaven in June. Rest in peace my Angel.
  • Jim & Joy Hargus, Blairsville, GA In honor of Bonnie & Ripley, our best friends.


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Betty Lou needs a foster home! This tri-colored girl is 6 years old. She was picked up as a stray. Betty Lou is being checked out by a BHRG vet, so we hope to have more info shortly.
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  • David Bishop - Brunswick, GA. In Honor of Artie, Warren and Blossom In Memory of all Basset Hounds at the Bridge WE LOVE AND MISS YOU.


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Emogene is a tri-colored girl came to BHRG from west Georgia. She is spayed and healthy - up to date on shots. We will post more details soon since she is getting settled in her foster home.
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  • Clark & Darlene McDonald - Johns Creek, GA. In honor of Honey and Satchmo, our rescued bassets, who have crossed the Rainbow Bridge.


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Estella is a tri-colored girl who is around 9 years old. She has visited a BHRG vet and is healthy and ready to find a forever family. She is getting settled in her foster home, so we hope to have more details soon.
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  • Julie Hall - Mableton, GA. In honor of Dale Jr, Sophia and Rosebud


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Holly B. needs a foster home! She was abandoned when her owners moved and left her behind. This red & white older gal is being checked out by a BHRG vet so we hope to have more info soon.
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  • The McCaffrey Family - Atlanta, GA. In memory of William J. McCaffrey and Rosie, in honor of Hugo.
  • Doc's Food & Spirits - Smyrna, GA. In honor of Eliza.

Joy needs a foster home! She was left at a west Georgia animal control. This tri-colored girl is around 5 years old. She is visiting a BHRG vet, so we hope to have more details soon.
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  • Lorne & Shelia George - Statesboro, GA.


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Louisa is a tri-colored female basset who is around 6 years old. She has been checked out by a BHRG vet and is healthy. She is getting settled in her foster home. We will post more information soon.
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  • Toni Strawn - Kingston, GA. In honor of Sadie Gracie and Buddy (BHRG 2014).


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Sugar Plum is a tri-colored gal who came to BHRG when she was picked up as a stray in north Georgia. Apparently, she was on her own in a subdivision for over a year. She is visiting a BHRG vet, so we hope to have more info to post soon.
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  • Russ & Barbara Robinson - Dunwoody, GA. In memory of our five wonderful bassets who brought us years of joy: Cleo, Happy, Bradley, Sherlock and Ally.

Suki came to BHRG from a shelter in south Georgia. This red & white gal is 8 years old. She had eye surgery at a BHRG vet and is now getting settled in her foster home. More info to come.
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  • Marci Thomas - Marietta, GA. In memory of Zekie, a very fine hound.


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Tessa is a senior red & white girl who came to BHRG from a north Georgia animal control after she was found as a stray. She has finished treatment for heartworm and is now healthy. Tessa is hard of hearing, and she sleeps very soundly. She sleeps through the night without accidents, but if she gets up from a nap, she needs to go out right then to avoid accidents. She won't hear you call her if she is asleep, and she will sleep through a treat being put in front of her nose. But if you touch her, it scares her, and she jumps right up. Tessa is very arthritic, but is on medicine that helps her feel better. She tries to play with her foster sister, the weimaraner, and it is very funny. But she tires very easily, and gets sore. Tessa loves to cuddle on the couch, but needs help to get on the couch. She is very demanding about her attention, and if you stop petting before she is ready for her nap, she will nudge and nudge and nudge until you start again! And then lay her head on your lap and look at you with her big beautiful brown eyes, and you can't help but keep petting her. Tessa has congestive heart failure secondary to heart damage from heart worms. She is on several medicines that she takes twice a day. She is a champ at taking her medicine! She coughs every once in a while, but now that she has been on her meds for a few months, she is doing much better.
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  • Brick & Julie Bills - Sandy Springs, GA. In honor of Scarlett and Melanie.

 
Take me to see the Male Basset Hounds.
 
Take me to see the Special Needs Basset Hounds.
 
Take me to see the main Available Bassets Page.
 





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