Hunter was dropped in the mountains of TN and is now in a loving family with a sister and brother who adore him! THIS is what rescue is all about! Have a great life Hunter!
Carter is a 9 year old Pom who loves people. He would probably do best as an only dog, doesn’t mind cats and is good with kids. He has been vetted and has had a dental so he is ready for his forever home! Will that be with you???? He is a friendly and loving little guy, great for the groomers and minds well. He is house and crate trained. His adoption donation is $200 and he is ready to go!
Cooper is a 7 year old pom mix who is searching for the right home. He is a sweet boy, a bit anxious, but adjust well and wants to be loved. He needs an adult home with no small children, they scare him. He is ok with teens, but doesn’t like to be handled a lot. He is house and crate trained. He does fine with other dogs and cats. He has been vaccinated and had a dental, he is also microchipped and HW negative. He is a good boy who just wants someone to love him! Will it be you??? Submit an application at www.hubbardshounds.com. His adoption donation is $200
Ava is between 1-2 years old. She is the sweetest girl ever! She loves everyone and would probably do best with another dog to have fun with. She loves to walk and to play. Her and her foster brother play for hours together. She is house trained and does well when left home with her brothers. She is spayed, up to date with shots, microchipped and has been treated for HW disease. We almost lost her after her treatment, but with the help of Colonial vet and her vet at Crossroads, we were able to save her and to get her over the treatment. She will need to be on HW meds for the rest of her life. She is completely vetted and ready for her new home. If you are interested in Ava, go to www.hubbardshounds.com and submit an application. Her adoption donation is $250.
Calamity is around 50 pounds and loves to run around the fenced yard and go for long walks. She is good with all people she has met but because of her size and energy would probably be best in a home without very young kids. She is housetrained and loves her crate. She will sleep either in her crate or in bed with her person. She can be mischievous and enjoys getting into everything, so she will need someone with patience and time to work with her. She is learning how to play with toys and will sit and lay down for food. She is not a barker and loves to be petted and rubbed and snuggle up on the couch at night. If you think you have the right home for Calamity submit an application! Adoption donation is $200.
Please help us find Havoc a home!
Havoc is a 3 yr old lab mix who had a rough start in life. He survived two life-threatening situations (parvo and a later intestinal blockage that required open abdominal sugery) before he was even 6 months old! Being in a vet hospital for all those months meant he missed out on prime socialization time when he would have otherwise developed the confidence you’d expect from this handsome 80-lb lovebug. This means he can be extremely anxious in new situations (whether meeting people, going to new places, seeing other animals, etc.) and he does not do well when left alone.
That said, Havoc has thrived in a great foster home for the past couple years where they’ve patiently worked on managing his isolation distress and other anxieties. He trusts his human mom & dad and older canine sister and is just a big, happy goofball 95% of the time. They are even able to crate him while they’re away for a few hours at a time. Unfortunately, his comfortable foster home situation is about to become very scary for him due to the impending arrival of a new tiny human (babies and young children make Havoc VERY anxious.)
For Havoc’s well-being (and baby safety, of course) he needs to find a new home situation, and unfortunately all the foster homes in his current rescue are full. Another stable foster would work, but a forever home would be even better. He needs a home without children or small animals and very patient human(s) who have experience working with anxious or troubled dogs. Havoc has shown signs of fear aggression (dog and human) in a couple of situations and, because of his size, will need a confident and experienced foster/owner.
Havoc loves toys, chasing (and chewing/destroying) balls, walks beautifully on a leash (his foster mom uses a short leash and prong collar to help keep him focused on her during walks) would be a great running/hiking companion, and basically loves to just “hang out” at home. He adores going on road trips, rides wonderfully in cars & trucks, and he especially enjoys RV adventures. Havoc does very well with the dog in his foster home (a senior female) and, when slowly introduced in order to form a trusting relationship, has done well with multiple other large dogs as well.
Please help us find Havoc a new home where he can feel secure enough to share all the love he has to give. His current rescue and foster parents (based in Central NY) are willing to do whatever it takes to keep him safe and would consider helping with training costs, etc. to make sure he finds the right person/home where he can be successful and happy, like he deserves. Contact us through Facebook or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, and please share this page–thank you!
Maggie is another hound mix that came to us in horrible shape. Lived outside her whole life with little care or food. She is the sweetest gal and very calm. She wants nothing more than to snuggle on the couch with you! She loves people which always amazes me when they are treated so badly by previous owners! She hasn’t had one accident in the house so is doing great on the potty training. She doesn’t mind the other dogs, but also doesn’t really interact, mostly stays to herself and snuggles. We are estimating her at about 3, but she could be older, it is hard to know. She is spayed, up to date with shots, microchipped and will be available in about 6-8 weeks after she is treated for HW disease.
Anne is a young hound mix who came to us in awful shape. She was so starved and sad. She is a happy girl now who we estimate to be about 6 months, but she coud be older.She is almost house trained, has had a few accidents, but never lived in a house before so that is expected. She does go out and is getting it. She loves to play with her foster brother and didn’t have any reaction to the neighbors cat. She seems to love all people. Physically, she has put on weight and is at a good weight now. She was just spayed, has all her shots, is HW negative and microchipped, she is ready to go! If you are interested in this sweetie, go to www.hubbardshounds.com and submit an application. NO PHONE CALLS. Adoption donation is $300.
Sue adopted both Reinee and Ivy earlier this week.
Sue is a previous adopter of Hubbard Hounds. She adopted Brittany from me in 2016 and just adopted Fina.
Brittany is a senior and lost her buddy Marty last month. She was lonely so Sue wanted a buddy for her. Reinee and Ivy are the best as these 3 were buddies before Brittany was adopted.
Sue said that they have bonded already, just like no time has past, and we are very happy for all of them.
Konner is the biggest of the pups. He is more confident and was the leader of his brothers. He is friendly to people of all ages, cats, and other dogs. He is estimated to be between 7-10 months old. His foster is working on feeding them more often so they aren’t as hungry and don’t eat quite so fast, but they were starved so it is a work in process. They do well with other dogs and do like to play, but are not wild hyper. They are doing well with potty training as long as it is consistent. If you are interested in Konner or his brother Kaden, go to www.hubbardshounds.com and submit an application. Adoption donation is $300 and both boys are fully vetted.