I'm being cared for by: Beagle Rescue, Education and Welfare
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Facts about Schroeder
Breed: Beagle Mix
Color: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
14 October 2013 – UPDATE FROM FOSTER HOME: Schroeder is such a great dog! He’s been with me and his foster sister Rudy for 2 weeks now. He is so sweet and so happy. I can tell he is loving being on a soft couch/bed and loves to cuddle 24/7. He follows me around the house, always with his tail wagging! We are working on getting on a potty schedule and some verbal commands, and he is doing quite well. It is obvious he is a very smart boy! He loves to go outside, either in the yard or for a walk around downtown. He can’t get enough of the smells. This is a boy that would do really well with a doggie door and a family to give him lots of love. He has plenty to go around! Shroeder is a very friendly boy from Caroline County, MD. He is about 4-5 years. He was adopted but came back because he “barked”…???? Sigh. Very nice boy!
BREW is located in Northern Virginia. BREW MidAltlantic serves beagles and families in the Mid-Atlantic area, but we also handle some out-of-state adoptions.
Our Mission 1.) Rescue beagles in danger of euthanasia from shelters 2.) Help beagles that have been removed from neglectful or abusive situations 3.) Educate families about beagles and their special qualities 4.) Find kind, loving families for homeless or abandoned beagles
Our Adoption Process...
Click to view BREW's Adoption Process. Adopters must read BREW's Adoption Standards Adoption application Veterinarian reference and/or Personal reference Homecheck Adoption fee
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