WCBHR Adoption Application
The first step in the process of adopting a pet from West Coast Bloodhound Rescue, Inc. is to complete this application. The application provides important information. Working with you, we will be able to determine if the adoption is in the pet’s best interest, and the process ensures that you will find a pet well suited to your lifestyle. Please provide
detailed information for all questions.

Our adoption fee includes the cost for vaccinations and other medical expenses while under our care, the spaying or neutering of the animal and an adoption service charge.
To qualify for adoption, you must:
- Be at least 21 years old and have a valid driver’s license or state Identification Card stating your current address.
- Have the knowledge and consent of a landlord, if relevant.
- Be able and willing to spend the time and money necessary to provide medical treatment, proper nourishment and care, and training for a pet.

Please note: We reserve the right to refuse adoption to anyone. Please be advised that we will not adopt to persons who mislead or fail to provide accurate information on thisapplication.
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Name *
Today's Date *
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Driver's License *
Address (Street, City, State, Zip) *
Age *
Phone *
Alternate Phone Number
Best Time to Call *
Email *
Are there any specific WCBHR Bloodhounds you're particularly interested in? *
Occupation *
Status *
Spouse/Partner's Name & Age *
Who lives in your household? Please include yourself and all other by name and age. *
Do you plan to have children in the next few years? *
Are you frequently visited by children? *
Do children have access to your home when you are not present? *
Does everyone in the household agree with adopting a Bloodhound? *
Is anyone in your house allergic to animals? *
Is anyone in your house afraid of dogs? *
Is anyone in your household elderly or frail? *
Does anyone in your household have any health conditions, physical limitations, or other special needs that we should consider in finding the right dog for you? *
Who will be responsible for feeding the dog? *
Who will be responsible for exercising the dog? *
Who will be responsible for training the dog? *
Who will be responsible for vet care for the dog? *
Who will be responsible for cleaning up after the dog? *
Do you live in a... *
Do you own your home? *
Do you rent your home? *
If you rent, do you have written permission from your landlord to own a dog?
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Are there restrictions on the size of the dog? If so, what are they?
Landlord's Name & Telephone Number
Do you have a yard? *
Size of Yard? *
Type of fence & fence height? *
Type of latches? *
Can children open the gates? *
Have you inspected the fence for holes the dog might get through? *
Do you have a pool? *
Can the dog get to the pool, and if so, what provisions will you make for the dog's safety?
Do you have close neighbors who will be adversely affected by a barking dog? *
Will you allow us to visit your home? *
Are you planning to move in the near future? *
If you had to move, would you have to give up your pets? Why or why not? *
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