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Available Rescue Beagles
Available Rescue Beagles
We sometimes have rescue beagles that we take in in extreme circumstances when we have space available.
We've been advised by several foster organizations and our vet not to give away animals without any reimbursement for care in order to find responsible homes.
The donation helps us take in needy beagles worthy of a pet home that can provide attention and love, rather than see them go into animal control.
We like to help these case by case whenever we're able.
Tricolor Standard Male
He is good with people and cuddly!
He has found a home now with a couple who had a fixed female and wanted a friend for her!
As with any rescue dog, there is no way to know history or background training/ what his breeding was intended for. People who can take on the responsibility of a rescue animal are uniquely in the position to make such a decision.
We don't advice people with small children taking a dog that was found, versus one such as a retiring dog who's personality we know is kid-friendly.
If you feel you may have a good home to offer a dog that needs it, please tell us about your home, we like to see adults go to homes with a fenced yard, as they were not trained since puppy hood to live only in your house the way adopting your very own young puppy would of course be trained by you in your home, and learning your routines from day one.
We love it when someone says they have a fenced yard and doggy door, they have our full attention because that works the very best!
Please mention adult in your subject line when inquiring about adopting an available adult.
If you decided that you'd prefer a dog raised by a pet-home family
who had to give it up, please proceed to our rehoming page.
Donations greatly appreciated, we have cared for him for for a couple months assessing his behavior and feel he could have been someone's pet. One family in the past who adopted a beagle rescue brought us a 40 lb Iams Adult mini chunks bag in appreciation for us having fed that beagle and we thought that was very generous and thoughtful.
Inquiries should have "Rescue Beagle" in their subject line so we can easily locate emails regarding this beagle's placement in a good home.
From time to time, people bring us rescue dogs, or we find one wandering in the road lost without a collar and couldnt bear the thought that he might get hit by a car. Obviously we love the beagle breed, and feel a duty to help out whenever we can.