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My name is Skylar!

Beagle/Hound (Unknown Type) Mix Dog for adoption in Tucson, Arizona - Skylar
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Southern Arizona Beagle Rescue

Facts about Skylar

  • Breed: Beagle/Hound (Unknown Type) Mix
  • Color: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 9877865

Skylar

Hello! Meet Skylar! She is a five year old spayed female. We think she's a mix of Beagle and Hound. She's a great medium size at 50lbs. Skylar is house trained, crate trained, graduated basic obedience at Sol Dogs and even received her AKC Canine Good Citizen certificate. She gets along with other dogs with a slow introduction and loves going to day camp to play with them.

Sky would do best in an adult only home with owners who are active and can take her on daily walks, or at least some good play in a yard. She's a huge fan of fetch, and of course, keep away. She's not overly energetic, but still has youthful energy to burn. We have discovered that Skylar should not go to a home with cats! If you are interested in adopting Skylar, please go to http://www.soazbeaglerescue.com/Adoption_Info.html and fill out an application.

This dog's adoption fee is a minimum $150.00 donation to help us save more dogs. Southern Arizona Beagle Rescue, SoAZBR is an all-volunteer group. One hundred percent of your donation is used for the care and treatment needy beagles. Your donation is 100% tax deductible, too.

We URGENTLY need fosters so we can help save more dogs.  If you can help, please contact us.

Southern Arizona Beagle Rescue Contact Info:
E-Mail Southern Arizona Beagle Rescue adoption@soazbeaglerescue.com
See more of our adoptable at Southern Arizona Beagle Rescue web site http://www.soazbeaglerescue.com
Phone us at (520) 247-7720

About Southern Arizona Beagle Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Southern Arizona Beagle Rescue (SoAZBR) is a non-profit, no-kill, all-volunteer organization dedicated to animal rescue, breed education and animal welfare. We serve all of Southern Arizona. We provide rescue, education, training and referral services for homeless beagles and families needing to re-home their beagle. We work with both purebred beagles and beagle mixes.

SoAZBR actively supports spay/neuter programs, advocates responsible dog ownership and partners with animal rescues across the country to assist in finding good homes for needy animals.

Come Meet Our Pets...

PetsMart at Oracle and Wetmore the 2nd and 4th Sat. of every month. Tucson, az
Beagle day in the Park at the Reid Park Dog Park(Tucson) the 1st Sat. of every month starting at 9;00 AM

Our Adoption Process...

We generally require the following in an adoption:
• A signed, dated and completed adoption application.
• A home visit prior to the adoption.
• The adopter must be capable of caring for the dog emotionally and financially in the long-term.
• The adopter should have a fenced yard.
• If a renter, the adopter must be able to provide documentation from the landlord explicitly stating that pets are o.k.
• If the adopter lives in a shared-wall environment, SoAZBR needs assurance that a barking, noisy beagle is permissible.
• The dog must have accessed to a heated/cooled house during the day.
• The adopter must contact SoAZBR if they can no longer keep their dog.
• The adopter will keep SoAZBR as a secondary contact on the dog's microchip information so that we may assist in reuniting beagle with owner.
• The adopter assumes all financial and legal responsibility for the dog upon signing the adoption contract.

SoAZBR does not conduct on-site adoptions at pet events. SoAZBR does not conduct adoptions for dogs as gifts. We require that the entire family be involved in the adoption of the dog.

Fees range from $75 to $225 for each dog.