Bernard's Beagle Rescue
Erie County, NY, Niagara County
Please Read and Agree to follow these Standards before you Apply to Adopt a Beagle from us.
BBR Standards for Adoption
Adopters will allow for a minimum of 30 days adjustment period for the beagle to adjust to his or her new environment and family.
Beagles will be placed with adults to be kept as companion animals. They are to be accepted as family members, receiving proper nourishment, medical care and attention. Continuous outdoor confinement is not acceptable. Doghouses, pens, and runs are unacceptable.
Beagles cannot be used for hunting
All male and female beagles and beagle puppies will be neutered or spayed prior to adoption.
We discourage the adoption of puppies to homes with children under the age of 4 because of the nipping and chewing tendencies of puppies.
We will not place puppies under the age of 6 months old into homes if no one is home during the day. It is cruel and inhumane to leave puppies home for long periods of time unattended. If you are considering a puppy and are away from home for more than 4 hours at a time, you will need to make arrangements with a dogwalker.
Exceptions will be taken into consideration.
A fenced yard is ideal for all dogs but not a requirement for adoption. This protects the dog from roaming and owners from liability their loose animal may cause. Dogs should never be left unattended in a yard. Chaining is not acceptable. Dogs will not be placed in homes where they will be allowed to run at large. A BBR representative will visit your residence to confirm proper confinement requirements.
Adopters must be at least 18 years of age. All adults in the household must agree to the selection of the chosen beagle: including parents, relatives, roommates, etc.
Beagles cannot be adopted as gifts. Beagles shall not be given away or sold to another individual. They must be returned to BBR if the adopter can no longer care for the beagle properly.
All beagles must have collars with owner identification tags, rabies and license tags. If your beagle is lost, a tag may be the only way to have him/her returned to you.
Currently owned animals should be up-to-date on vaccinations. All mature dogs and cats in the home should be spayed or neutered. Your veterinarian will be contacted to verify your pet's health record.
Adoptable Pet List
Our Featured Pet...Baby and Sam
Who We Are
We are a small beagle all volunteer rescue. a shelter. All of our dogs are in foster home situations. Our only way to rescue
dogs is through private donations.
We try to place beagles who need homes in very loving forever homes.
All of our dogs are evaluated & housed in a home environment. They
are up-to-date on immunizations. They are on current flea & tick
Adopting a friend
We make every effort to match our dogs to the appropriate forever
family. We are honest about any issues they may have and what they will
need to adjust to your home.
The first step is completing an adoption application & emailing it
to us. We will then arrange a home visit with all members of the
You will receive an adoption contract prior to the adoption for your
review. You will be required to agree to abide by our Standards of
Adoption before you can adopt a beagle from us.
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Review our Standards of Adoption
There is a non-refundable adoption donation for each beagle. This
enables us to continue in our efforts to save beagles and provide
needed medical care.
If for any reason, during the beagles lifetime, you should need to give
the beagle up, we require they be returned to us.
We will adopt out of state but it may take longer to arrange a home
visit and transportation.
...Saving one dog won't change the world; but surely the world will
change for that one dog...
Bernard's Beagle Rescue
Western, New York State
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