1. What You See Is What You Get
2. Easy to Train
3. Seniors are Super-Loving
4. They’re Not a 24-7 Job
5. They Settle in Quickly
6. Fewer Messes
7. You Won’t Bite Off More Than You Can Chew
8. They Enjoy Easy Livin'
9. Save a Life, Be a Hero
10. They're CUTE!
Just because they are a little older does not mean they do not have any life left. Senior dogs still have plenty of years of chewing, running, and loving left.
We adopted Lexi 9 years ago from the Seattle Beagle Rescue. She was a mild mannered, wonderful family dog. Lexi loved to eat, nap, howl with fire trucks and go on walks. Her favorite game was "find the treat." The kids would ... Please Click Here to continue reading.
We started fostering Patty in October of 2010, a month before she turned seven. It was a year later when we decided to officially adopt her. There were families that came to meet her but we decided her home was with us. Patty loved to have all of the attention but learned to put up with her beagle brother Farley and our cats Bob and Belle. She liked to get snarky with all of them but they knew she was all bark and no bite. Patty had a lot of health issues at an early age but that made her all the more special. She had high blood pressure, Cushings... Please Click Here to continue reading.
Sampson found a furever home!
Please check back soon for a new spotlight beagle.
We recently received the following tributes:
“In Memory of Delilah for Heidi V” – Adam and Monica S
Friends and Family who have donated on behalf of Mr. Lou Sears
“In Memory of Mr. Lou Sears” – Glenda R.
“In Remembrance of Lou Sears” -Gary and Alberta R
“In Memory of Lou Sears” - Marilyn M
“In Memory of Edgar Sears” Cheryl and Terry S
“In memory of Edgar Louis Sears” - West Hills Elementary School Social Committee
“In Memory of our dear friend Edgar Louis Sears” - Deanna H
“In Memory of our Dear Lost Friend – E.L. Sears, Brem, WA” - David and Janet H
“Memory of Lou Sears, From Barbara, Judy, Tommy” - Barbara S
"In Memory of my dad, Lou Sears. He loved beagle Maggie" - Connie W and family
"In Memory of Edgar Louis Sears, passed 3/29/13" - Floyd and Colleen E
“In Memory of “Grandpa Lou Sears” from Bandit Brady” - Marla B and Kerry G
"In memory of Sammy Lu!! Love, Cameron" for Chris S & Sheila K
FOSTER VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Every day we get calls from shelters or from individuals asking if we can help save a beagle. Our ability to help is dependant on whether we have a foster home open. If you have room in your home and your heart for a temporary floppy-eared house guest, please let us know - you'll truly be saving a life!
Please consider filling out this form to join our family of foster volunteers.
Ready to adopt?
here to see Beagles available through Seattle Beagle Rescue.
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We are a volunteer organization dedicated to saving homeless beagles
and placing them in loving and committed families. Beagles come
to us from different sources - shelters, strays, and private homes.
We depend on the kind hearts and generosity of people like you to support our efforts to help us save the dogs.