This Blood went back for his hound — and got busted for it.

A Bloods gangbanger suspected in a Brooklyn robbery early Monday was nabbed by cops after returning to the scene of the crime to pick up his dog, according to authorities.

Miguel James and another man got into a fist fight on Albany Avenue near Avenue I in Flatlands around 1:30 a.m., cops said, citing a witness to the brawl.

During the scrap, James allegedly reached into his SUV and grabbed a gun, scaring off both his foe and the witness before driving off in the ride, police said.

But it quickly occurred to James, 40, that he’d left his dog behind, and he circled back to pick up the pooch — only to find the NYPD already on the scene, officials said.

James tried to drive off, but the cops — recognizing his white Mercury from a witness description — pulled him to a stop, according to authorities.

He purportedly admitted to having an altercation with the victim, and cops found marijuana, a machete and the loaded gun inside the ride, authorities said.

The victim’s necklace, snatched during the brawl, was also allegedly found in James’ pocket, according to cops.

The area’s 63rd Precinct tweeted a photo of the 9mm handgun allegedly found inside James’ vehicle.

Our Midnight Officers arrested an individual in possession of this loaded 9mm handgun in #Flatlands #Brooklyn after he robbed a victim but forgot his dog at the crime scene and came back for the pup,” wrote the precinct, along with a dog emoji.

James, a borough resident, was hit with charges including robbery, criminal possession of a loaded firearm, assault and menacing.