My name is DOROTHY & Sophia!

Beagle Mix Puppy for adoption in Whitehouse Station, New Jersey - DOROTHY & Sophia
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Rogers' Rescues

Facts about DOROTHY & Sophia

  • Breed: Beagle Mix
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With Tan
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10772807-Heather

 If you want to enter an Adoption Application, please click on the following link:


We adopt to NJ and the eastern edge of PA.

Please contact


if you are uncertain of us adopting to your area.

All our foster dogs are spayed/neutered, up to date on their shots, and have a clean bill of health.


In order to meet any of our dogs, you should check your email daily for follow-up instructions.

PERSONALITY: Playful and sweet

BREED:  Beagle mix
AGE:  9.5 months
WEIGHT:  25 pounds
PERSONALITY:  Playful and sweet
ENERGY LEVEL:  Puppy playful
GOOD WITH OTHER DOGS:  Submits to other dogs, Playful, Loves other dogs, Requires another dog
GOOD WITH CATS:  We haven't seen this dog around a cat yet
GOOD ON A LEASH:  Still working on it!
MUST HAVES:  Toys, another playful dog, and cuddling
SHEDDING:  A little shedding
GOOD IN THE CAR:  Quiet and polite
CRATE TRAINED:  Yes, likes the crate
PET PEEVES:  Not being able to eat all day long


Say hello to Dorothy, a gorgeous 9 month old beagle mix! She is truly a stunning dog, both inside and out. She looks like a miniature Viszla, weighing in at 25 pounds. We truly can't say enough wonderful things about this sweet girl.

She ADORES children, people, dogs, and toys, and loves to race around the yard playing with them all. She is fabulous in the crate, is an epic snuggler with both other dogs and people. She is also very smart and has already learned some basic commands. She is so very good in the car too--sitting politely on her seat, checking out the world as it goes by her.

Miss Dorothy has been in foster care since the end of November and we have no idea why she has not been snatched up because she is simply fabulous outside of the fact that we are hoping to find a home that is willing to take both she and her mother, Sophia.

Dorothy and Sophia were dumped over night together at a rural shelter in Kentucky. A fabulous shelter that helps small, rural shelters rescued both of them. Dorothy was then slated to come into foster care with Rogers and then her foster mom found out that Sophia, her mom was also available and agreed to pull her as well. Both of these girls have survived two shelters and a rescue together, so we are trying to find the perfect forever home for them together.

As you can see from the additional photos, these girls love to play with each other. The play chase around the yards, taunting each other with whatever toys they can find. We think Sophia is about two years old (maybe younger!) and she is also a wonderfully sweet dog.

To see more photos of both these adorable girls, please click on the following link:

 Our dogs are all fostered in private homes, and all adopters must go through our screening process before being put in contact with the foster family.  By responding to our email inquiries quickly, you can help speed up the approval process!

Rogers' Rescues is a 501(c)3 non-profit, all volunteer dog rescue.  We are in DESPERATE NEED of more volunteers.  CLICK HERE if you are interested in volunteering with us.  Donations are always  needed to help with vetting, transportation, and supplies for our dogs.  To donate, please use PayPal:



or mail a check to:

Rogers' Rescues, 531 Route 22 East, Suite 191,
Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889


To learn more about our rescue, visit

About Rogers' Rescues

About Our Rescue Group...

Rogers' Rescues is an all-breed dog rescue that relies on our network of foster homes to care for all our adoptable dogs. In addition, committed volunteers work behind the scenes to facilitate the adoption process, plan fundraising events, and more.

Despite not having a physical location, Rogers’ Rescues has found loving homes for over a thousand dogs since its founding in June, 2002.

All our fosters are up-to-date on vaccinations, heart-worm preventative, flea and tick preventative, and are spayed or neutered. Puppies under six months are not spayed or neutered and it is the responsibility of the adopter to have the dog altered at six months of age.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

To donate, please use PayPal:

Or mail a check to:

Rogers' Rescues
531 Route 22 East, Suite 191
Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889

To learn more about our rescue, visit

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our adoptable pets can be physically met/visited at all foster homes or adoption events.

Our Adoption Process...

1. Entering Adoption Application\r\n2. Phone (PI)\r\n3. Home Visit (HV)\r\n4. Meeting with the dog (M&G - meet and greet)\r\n5. Adoption\r\n\r\nADOPTION FEE:\r\nDog up to 7 years old: $250\r\nDog over 7: $150\r\n\r\nCONTRACT:\r\nStandardized adoption contract including defined obligations and commitments, overview dog information (pack behavior - energy level - housebreaking - crate training - separation issues - eating habits - training - behaviors and observations), veterinary care info. incl. pre-existing conditions, vetting overview.

\r\n\r\nREQUIREMENTS:\r\n- To adopt a dog as companion never to be used for research of gift.\r\n- To provide dog with indoor living environment, appropriate exercise, adequate fresh food and water, love/affection/attention.\r\n- To provide dog with all attention, care and treatment as recommended by a vet professional.\r\n- Within 24 hours to provide dog with secure collar displaying ID tag (name/phone) and other tags (rabies etc.) as registered by law.\r\n- To obey all state and municipal regulations governing licensing, ownership, custody, control, and care of dogs.\r\n- Not to tether dog or closely confine dog in conditions or manners that would be considered to cause immobilization, pain, or suffering.\r\n- To take actions preventing, and accept liability for, any behavioral or physical damage to dog.\r\n- To hold Rogers' Rescues blameless for injury or f=death that other animals or people may incur.\r\n- To allow Rogers' Rescues representatives permission to enter Adopter's premises.\r\n- To ensure that the conditions of contract are being upheld and to remove dog from Adopter if necessary, without constituting a trespass event.\r\n- To surrender, on demand, ownership of dog to Roger's Rescues if Adopter fails to uphold the conditions of this contract.\r\n- To pay all costs, including prof. legal fees, if Rogers' Rescues must take action against Adopter or associated persons to execute any conditions of this contract.