found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Well, now that the introductions out of the way, let me tell you a few more things about myself so you will know whether or not I’m a good fit for you and your family (fingers crossed!). I am up-to-date on all vaccinations, spayed, heartworm negative, on monthly heartworm/flea/tick preventative (Trifexis), and I’m both crate and house-trained! I consider myself shy, but once you get to know me I am quite the social butterfly with people and other dogs. I love attention and typical dog games (fetch, play tug of war, etc). Also, I love being outside and would enjoy a fenced yard. If I am not kept behind a fence, I will need to be on a leash as my hound nose can lead me astray (Hey, what can I say? I’m a Beagle people!). Oh yeah, on that Beagle note, we are one breed that make great family pets. We are fun, playful, yet gentle, and oh so loving (and did I mention cute?). Who wouldn’t want a Beagle? And to boot, one who has grown out of her crazy Beagle puppy phase? I’ve got the best Beagle qualities, but with a more mature and easy-going approach to life. If you can give me the home I am looking for please complete a nonbinding adoption application found under the Forms tab of our website www.savinggraceanimalrescue.com. Once it is received and processed, a SGAR representative will contact you shortly!
Darbie resides in Central Alabama but can easily be transported up North with a health certificate.
Adoption Fee In-State: $100.00
Adoption Fee Out-of-State: $250.00 (includes the additional costs of transportation and health certificate)
To complete a non-binding adoption application, visit the following link:
To Inquire more about this animal, please email Courtney at firstname.lastname@example.org
Information on Transporting up North:
Our animals reside in caring foster homes in Central Alabama but can be adopted in or out of state. There are unfortunately no spay and neuter laws therefore there is a severe over population of dogs and cats, which results in high euthanasia rates. Transporting animals up to the North where there are spay and neuter laws allows us to save more lives. Transports leave on Wednesday or Thursday and arrive on Saturdays. Animals come with a health certificate signed by a vet and animals are dropped off at the designated state approved rescue transport stops.