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Southeast Bloodhound Rescue is desperately seeking foster homes in all eastern, southeastern and southern states, especially North Carolina, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee. 

Can you spare a space in your home for a homeless bloodhound?  There’s no big skill set that’s required to foster bloodhounds….just compassion and a willingness to love these dogs and help them transition between their former circumstances and their forever homes.    Due to the poor economy, scores of dogs are being turned in to shelters.  Since their space is always limited, shelters have to adopt them out, get them to a rescue group like Southeast Bloodhound Rescue, or euthanize them.   And we have to turn bloodhounds away because we don’t have foster parents to care for these dogs.

We also need volunteers to help transport dogs from one place to the next, to plan transports, to check references for applicants, and many other tasks listed on our website.  Please sign up today…dogs are dying because there aren’t enough of us to help!

 And we always need donations.  We are an all-volunteer group that can’t cover medical expenses with adoption donations….can you spare a few dollars to help these dogs?

Thank you for your support!

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SEBR is no longer accepting owner surrenders. Please read the Surrender page.  If you would like to volunteer to become a foster home please Volunteer   If you need assistance with a homeless Bloodhound contact our Director or Assistant Director


Southeast Bloodhound Rescue, Inc. is an independent, non-profit public charity 501(c) corporation, recognized by The American Bloodhound Club, which helps re-home bloodhounds in need throughout the southeastern United States including Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee.  We also assist in regions currently without an organized bloodhound rescue.  It was officially established June 2, 2000. 

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Southeast Bloodhound Rescue, Inc. is a private charitable non profit rescue organization 501(c)3.
SEBR is the regional rescue organization affiliated and approved by the American Bloodhound Club, Inc.