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We have beagles coming into our program on a regular basis. Please see our list of available dogs, and email us with questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org
BREW Midwest rescues beagles from Western Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and Southeastern Wisconsin. We receive pleas on a daily basis from shelters, animals control officers, vet offices and the general public throughout the states we cover asking for assistance in placing beagles in need. Most of the time, the request for assistance is the dogs last chance…and if we can’t help because of our lack of foster homes, the beagle usually find his/her life on the line. Unfortunately, we NEVER have enough foster homes. Please consider becoming a Midwest BREW foster home and experience the joy of saving one beagle at a time in your own home. What a wonderful way to teach your family and friends about giving back and making the world a better place. The average stay for a beagle in a foster home is two to three months. Some beagles take longer to place and some are placed shortly after arriving at their foster home. These sweet little hounds are depending on us to help them in their time of need…and the only way we can help them is if we have more foster families to be there to provide a temporary home, love, and guidance until their FOREVER home is found. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a foster home for BREW Midwest, please send an email to: email@example.com.
We are planning several adoption days in the coming months. Details on the adoption days can be found at: BREW Mid-West Upcoming Events. Beagles that will be attending the adoption days will be identified during the week prior to the events. Please visit our website for more information on our adoption standards and procedures. Only pre-approved applicants will be allowed to adopt on the day of the event.
BREW Mid-West is the midwest region of BREW Inc (Beagle Rescue, Education and Welfare.) To learn more about BREW Midwest and how our program works, please visit our web site at: http://www.gotbeagles.org.
*Rescue beagles in danger of euthanasia from shelters
*Help beagles that have been removed from neglectful or abusive situations
*Educate families about beagles and their special qualities
*Find kind, loving families for homeless or abandoned beagles
Adopters will allow for a minimum of 45 days adjustment period for the beagle to adjust to its new environment and family.
Beagles will be placed with adults to be kept as companion animals. They are to be accepted as family members, receiving proper nourishment, medical care and attention. Continuous outdoor confinement is not acceptable.
All male and female beagles must be neutered or spayed. Beagle puppies must be sterilized at 6 months of age. BREW reserves the right to remove from the adoptive home any puppy that has not been spayed or neutered by the age of 6 months.
We discourage the adoption of puppies to homes with very young children because of the nipping and chewing tendencies of puppies.
We will not place puppies into homes if no one is home during the day because these animals need special attention and care. It is cruel and inhumane to leave puppies home for long periods of time unattended. Special exceptions will be taken into consideration.
A fenced yard is ideal for all dogs but not a requirement for adoption. This protects the dog from roaming and owners from liability their loose animal may cause. Dogs should never be left unattended in a yard. Chaining is not acceptable. Dogs will not be placed in homes where they will be allowed to run at large. A BREW representative will visit your residence to confirm proper confinement requirements.
Adopters must be at least 18 years of age. All adults in the household must agree to the selection of the chosen beagle: including parents, relatives, roommates, etc.
Beagles cannot be adopted as gifts. Beagles shall not be given away or sold to another individual. They must be returned to BREW if the adopter can no longer care for the beagle properly.
All beagles must have collars with owner identification tags, rabies and license tags. If your beagle is lost, a tag may be the only way to have him/her returned to you.
Currently owned animals should be up-to-date on vaccinations. Mature animals should be neutered. Your veterinarian will be contacted to verify your pet's health record.