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My name is Harrison!

Beagle Dog for adoption in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Harrison
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I'm being cared for by:
Midwest Beagle Rescue, Education and Welfare - Western PA

Facts about Harrison

  • Breed: Beagle
  • Color: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 3091
Hello! Harrison here. Let me tell you, I pack a whole lot of punch into one small Beagle! I’m only about 13 inches tall, and about 21 pounds, but I make the most of it. Foster mom calls me a party animal! I love to run and play with the other dogs here, I love to run around the back yard, and it’s a good thing it is a secure fence, because I like to chase things on the other side of the fence too- like cars and people. I would try to dart out the door just to run some more if foster mom didn’t watch me carefully! A home with a good fence or a secure place to run is a must for me! It’s just part of the fun of being Harrison!

One other thing I should probably tell you: I make my feelings known frequently and loudly too! I love to bark and bay when I’m playing, and I also tell you all about my dislike of being crated when you leave or when you come home *and sometimes during the night). Foster mom is working with me but it will still take some patience and training to help me know when to stay quiet. I just love life so much I have to tell you about it! For this reason, I wouldn’t be good in an apartment or a home with close neighbors. At the vet’s suggestion, foster Mom gives me melatonin at night to help me sleep, and it is working wonders! Hopefully I won’t need to take it for long, but right now it helps me settle down so we ALL get a good night’s sleep!

I am a good boy though, and I am super cute! I love to be with people and with other dogs. I even love the 3 year old who comes to visit and I’m very good with her. I ride well in the car, and I’m getting pretty good at housetraining. Foster mom does have a doggy door, which makes it easy for me, but I’d probably learn pretty quickly to go outside if you don’t have one.

Cats? Not so much- I just want to chase them whenever I see them!

So, if that active playful boy that will join you in playing and in exercise is just what you’re looking for, look no further! As a bonus, you also get adorable! Foster mom will be happy to tell you more about me. Ask for Harrison!

About Midwest Beagle Rescue, Education and Welfare - Western PA

About Our Rescue Group...

BREW Midwest is the midwest region of BREW Inc. (Beagle Rescue, Education and Welfare). We are a network of volunteers and foster homes across Western PA, OH, MI, IN and IL.

Our Mission:
*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.

BREW is dedicated to rescuing and re-homing beagles. The main focus is beagles in shelters that are faced with imminent extermination. BREW works with shelters and animal control facilities and adopt beagles to families throughout our region. In addition to our rescue efforts, BREW is dedicated to increasing public awareness of pet overpopulation and encouraging pet owners to spay and neuter their pets. Towards that end, no beagle over six months of age is adopted from BREW without being spayed or neutered. BREW also works to alert people about the disadvantages of purchasing pets from a "pet store."

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are at the following Petco's in the
Pittsburgh area each month as follows:

The 1st Saturday of every month
Noon - 4pm
Century III Petco
251 Clairton Blvd
Pittsburgh, PA 15236

The Robinson Township Petco on
the 3rd Saturday of every month
11am - 3pm
Robinson Township Petco
6512 Steubenville Pike
Pittsburgh, PA 15206


Come visit us and meet some of our available beagles!

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption fee is $200 and includes:
For Adult Beagles:
Spay/Neuter
Boarding/Food (while being spayed/neutered)
Rabies
DHLPP
Heartworm Test
Fecal Test
Microchip implant (for id purposes)
Any treatment deemed necessary by our vet

For Beagle Pups:
Shots, until time of adoption
Deworming, until time of adoption
Spay/neuter at 8 weeks
Microchip implant (for id purposes)

See our adoption standards, process and online application on our website at: www.gotbeagles.org