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I got this email from a fellow beagle Meetup member:

Quote:Hello Beagle Lovers,

Leslie, a kind member of our Meetup, has a young female beagle staying with her this weekend. She took her home to give her some love, attention, a bath and yummy food. Molly has been living at a Veterinary Clinic in Philadelphia since she was hit by a car in September 2008. Her owner didn’t want her because he didn’t think she’d be able to hunt again. However, her broken hip and pelvis have healed. She is up-to-date on her shots and will be spayed this week. Her picture is posted in the photos section. Please contact Leslie ([email protected]) or me if you can help. We look forward to your prompt response.

Thanks,
Jen
 

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Quote:Her owner didn’t want her because he didn’t think she’d be able to hunt again.




I hope Molly finds a good home with folks who consider her more of a family member rather than just an instrument of their recreation.
 

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My Megan was a stray hunting dog in Oklahoma. The humane society here our town took her and to make a long story short. She now lives with us and always will. I have said it before, but she is the love of my life. She has some leg and gait problems and has already had hip surgery. Does not matter. What she gives me can not be measured. She knows she is in her forever home and gives me more than I can ever do in return. I sincerely home Molly finds a home that can just love her, no questions asked.
 

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I used to be a member of another beagle board, prior to starting BW. They were hunting and trial oriented. Their mentality about dogs is 180 degrees from ours. To them, the dog is nothing more than a tool for a job and sadly, they are treated that way.
 
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