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Welcome to Hard Luck Hounds
Hard Luck Hounds - View Adoptable Pets.
HLH is housed at Grandview Animal Hospital, located at 1006 Main St., in Grandview, MO 64030.
Our hours of operation are:
Monday 8am - 6pm
Tuesday 7am - 7pm
Wednesday 7am - 7pm
Thursday 8am - 6pm
Friday 8am - 6pm
Saturday 8am - 12pm
Hard Luck Hounds has two main objectives:
First, we try and take animals with medical needs that other rescue groups may not be able to provide.
Second, we obtain dogs from breeding facilities in Southwest Missouri which are no longer wanted or needed. We are able to bring these pets into the clinic, address any medical or behavioral needs, begin training and socialization and keep them safe while beginning the search for the perfect forever home.
PET ADOPTION PROCESS
Step 2: Go to Adoption tab and fill out Pet Application.
Step 3: After completing the form, our HLH Adoption Coordinator will contact you to make an appointment to visit the pet you are interested in.
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Grandview | Hard Luck Hounds | (816) 761-5071
1006 Main Street
Grandview, MO 64030
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