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For several yaers now I've done Beagle rescue ... Lately I'm noticing that it's getting more difficult to find Beagles in shelters in my area (which is a good thing!) however, I'm getting numerous inquiries about rescue Beagles lately. Whenever I can, I will refer callers to local breed rescues. Many of them would rather rescue "privately" in lieu of going to the rescues. While I'd rather they give a chance to ones in the rescues, I'm still willing to help them out.

So I am wondering if anyone in the NY area has a Beagle available for adoption or must surrender their Beagle (or Beag mix). All rescues that come through my doors are spoiled, wormed, fully vaccinated, put on HW preventative, spayed/neutered and socialized/trained if necessary. Families that come to me for a rescue are screened THOROUGHLY.

If you have anyone I can refer the potential adopters to or have/know someone who needs to surrender their Beagle, please contact me: [email protected] Will do my best to find a good home for your pet /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/eek.gif
 

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Beagles seem to come "a dime a dozen" in Louisiana and the rescuer where I got my Henry from, as well as the latest beag/mix, Yodel can never find homes for beagles that she intakes. She sends them all to rescues up the eastern seaboard.

Every three weeks, she takes a paid transport up from Louisiana to stops between Virginia and Maine with animals going to homes or to rescues.

You might consider contacting her and if she has beagles needing rescues or pulling from local shelters, perhaps she can arrange a transport stop in your area.

If you are interested in her email, let me know and I'll hook you up. She can probably pull some beagles from shelters down there if they have a place to go.

~Denise
 

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Originally Posted By: GingergooseBeagles seem to come "a dime a dozen" in Louisiana and the rescuer where I got my Henry from, as well as the latest beag/mix, Yodel can never find homes for beagles that she intakes. She sends them all to rescues up the eastern seaboard.



If you are interested in her email, let me know and I'll hook you up. She can probably pull some beagles from shelters down there if they have a place to go.

THANK YOU so much for that suggestion! It's so difficult to adopt a Beagle in my area - we have some breed rescues here but not all are reputable /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/cool.gif If you're looking for a rescue/older Beag pup/young adult in the city, you're really up against a brick wall. That's mainly what I get - inquiries from people in the city wanting to find a young adult and getting nowhere. Nothing in our shelters but pit bulls.
If you could e-mail me privately with this rescuer's e:mail addy, I'd appreciate that! You can reach me at: [email protected]
 

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It seems as if there are many dogs doing a lot of traveling and it just isn't the rescues. Our Humane Society has recently changed policies concerning taking in strays etc. It seems that they often ship dogs to California etc and get dogs from other Humane Societies. I guess I assumed that when we went to the Humane Society to adopt, that these were local animals, ones that were both given up and strays. Interesting how things are changing.
 
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