Other Pets at Shelter...
|Breed:||Beagle Mix||Color:||Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)||Age:||Adult|
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Female|
Hi there! My name Stripey and I am 7 years old. AZBR rescued me from the Humane Society along with my sister, Smiley. My family lost their home and could no longer care for me and my sister. My foster Mom says I am very sweet, lovable and do what I am told. I am housebroken and don't even mind a crate. I am somewhat overweight so am on a diet to get my girlish figure back. I am very shy around new people and places but I settle in after a short while. I get along great with my sister, Smiley and my foster brother. In fact, I hope the two of us can be adopted together because we have been together for all of our lives. I love to go for walks and be near my foster family in the house. I also like to cuddle! I get along with other dogs and children. I do like to bark but quiet down when told to. I usually let Smiley take the lead. I sure would like to go to a forever home soon. Will that be with you?
Rescue Group Info...
Arizona Beagle Rescue (AZBR) is a statewide 501(c)3 non-profit, all-volunteer animal welfare organization dedicated to saving homeless beagles through rescue efforts, adoption and education on the breed. AZBR works in cooperation with animal shelters and humane agencies throughout AZ to reduce the euthanasia of adoptable animals by providing foster homes, veterinary services and training for all the beagles in our care. AZBR offers breed specific resources and training referrals to promote lifelong relationships between beagles and their companions.
AZBR operates solely on donations and has no shelter of its own; instead a statewide network of volunteers open their homes and hearts to provide foster care for rescued dogs until qualified, loving forever homes are found.
AZBR is an all-volunteer organization. Dogs are fostered in volunteer homes. Beagles can be seen at more than a dozen adoption events throughout the year.
Please go the Arizona Beagle Rescue website for more information.
State of Arizona