Over 4,000 beagles rescued from medical breeding facility need homes. A Triangle-based organization says you can help. A place that used them for testing let all of their beagles go and there were 4000 of them. None of them had ever seen the grass or know what a treat is. Let’s do our part.
Meet Beetle was born on 8/29/2019, was adopted and returned recently when her owner could no longer care for her. She is a curious, busy little gal. She can be a little shy at first but warms up when shown love. She is fairly quiet for a beagle and would enjoy a home with a canine pal and a nice backyard would be swell too. Beetle is good with dogs and kids and is untested with cats.
The organization said one of their biggest needs is fosters. Those who are interested in applying to become a foster can go to their website for more information. Steps to become a foster include a phone interview and home visit. Foster homes must be in the Triangle or Greensboro area. The organization handles all medical costs and can help with transportation to vet appointments, taking them to adoption days and other events.