SOS Beagle Rescue: New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania
For information and an application on adopting a
beagle, please visit the SOS home page.

Due to the number of people isolating at home for COVID-19, our applications to adopt have spiked. Since our dogs are transported from TN, we will be at the mercy of Government restrictions for non-essential travel, and the ability to transport dogs could end at any time.

We suggest you first check www.petfinder.com to see if you find a beagle in a shelter close to you before applying, and ask that you have patience and understanding that we are doing the best we can with a sudden influx of 15+ apps a day and a limited number of dogs available. Your local shelters are probably in great need of fosters, so you could also consider fostering a dog for them while at home, and adopting once this great need has passed.


Don't see a beagle on the NJ list that looks like a match?
Take a look at the TN page -- we may be able to arrange
free transportation for dogs currently in TN. (AL and GA
dogs would require a paid transport at adopter's expense.)

ADOPTED DOGS HAVE FOUND THEIR PERMANENT HOMES AND ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

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Pennsylvania - Bath
Nevada
Age: 1 yr.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE BUTLER FAMILY AND K9 SIBLING POPPY - 5/16/20

Nevada was one of 4 beagles dumped at a KY shelter by a hunter when he didn't "need them" anymore. A shy girl she needs a home with another confident dog and a fenced yard.

NEEDS: A patient family, a secure fenced yard, and another dog to bring her out of her shell. Please, we don't make these suggestions lightly but based on the dog's socialization and personality. If your situation doesn't fit the dog's needs, please understand that we will be unable to place the dog with you but will assist you in finding a dog suitable for your home.

This beagle is sponsored by: Donna Monek in memory of Kasey & Maggie

Contact Julianne of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 - L email: sosbeagles@juno.com
PA-5641204

New Jersey - Atco
Buster
Age: 7-8 yrs.
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE McKELVEY FAMILY - 5/15/20

Buster was the patriarch of the dogs kept in the KY owner's dog lot. He is the most social of the group, probably because as the owner's health began to fail recently, he wasn't spending as much time with the dogs and the younger ones didn't have the socialization that the older ones did.

He's a little boy, about 18#, and has spent the last several years chained outside, so we expect there will be some houetraining needed.

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-5812204

New Jersey - Atco
Olivia
Age: 1-1/2 - 2 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE BENDER FAMILY - 5/25/20

A sweet young people dog. 25-28 lbs. A bit anxious in new situations but not destructive or loud in her crate. OK with other females once they meet. She came to us a stray, finders held for 6 weeks then when she got corrective with her males they couldn’t give her away fast enough. She was in heat which explains a lot.

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-5458184

New Jersey - Atco
Dan
Age: 1-1/2 yrs.
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE BARRIOS FAMILY - 5/24/20

Dan, a stray with two others and the next day 2 more. A total of 5 coming in from the same area. A sweet boy that will run up for a kiss and push his way past the others for pats. Recently neutered so housetraining work required. Calm and was clean in his kennel overnight. 11-7 am. Can still have moments of uncertainty but overall a sweet attentive boy. Miss Ma’am Lily hurt his feelings and scared him over a chew, he belly up crawled to my TN foster mom for comfort.

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-3827124

New Jersey - Atco
Mike
Age: 2 yrs.
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE SPRAGUE FAMILY - 5/24/20.

Mike has been in foster since 5-5-2020. He was being given away on Facebook. His TN foster was told he belonged to a hunter and that Mike just couldn’t “keep up”. When I met the owner he seemed to care about Mike and hugged him and spoke to him before giving him to me. I was told that Mike was a good dog and got along with his other beagles.
Mike needed no introductions to my dogs. He seemed excited and outgoing. He was chasing the other dogs around the yard almost immediately. Mike’s only problem seems to be he is assertive with his play. He loves taking toys away from the smaller dogs and running for them to chase him. If they don’t chase him he will tease them with the toy until they chase him. He will also jab the other dogs in their sides with his nose when he wants attention. If they continue to ignore him he will nip at their ankles and elbows like a heeler will do. It is nothing more than a good-natured attempt at play but the smaller dogs do not like it. I have had to correct this behavior several times just by putting a hand firmly on his back and telling him no. If he continues I move him away from the dog. Mike has shown no aggression to any of the dogs at my home. He will also sometimes gently jab my leg to get my attention. He is an extremely affectionate dog and loves attention. He loves to cuddle and at night if he is still energetic when the other dogs are ready for bed I can pick him up and talk to him, rubbing his eyes and this almost always settles him down.
Mike is crated around 2 to 3 hours a day and doesn’t actually like the crate at this point but will not fight. He is calm in the crate and not destructive. I feed him in the crate and also reserve special treats for the crate. He doesn’t seem to mind the leash but will pull gently if he wants to go in a different direction. He doesn’t fight the leash.

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-375144

New Jersey - Atco
BonJovi
Age: 2 yrs.
Sex: male
neutered

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Bon Jovi is one handsome boy. He is about 20 lbs and a sweet but timid guy. Asking for attention but a bit unsure. Doesn’t pancake on a leash but zigzags. He will need love, patience, training and commitment to be the companion animal I see trying to come out. He would also do well with another friendly dog to help him learn the ropes and love. He has a strong nose, doesn’t appear to dig or climb but with his beagle pen background a secure fence is a must. He is doing well on house training and sits on command.

Young kids might be too much for him at this time. He is a gorgeous smaller guy that will lean into your lap given the time and attention but will shy away a bit at a forceful approach. Dogs from these type situations do best with settled, friendly dogs in the home to help them mimic and learn. They will take work but the reward is worth it. No kid experience but non-aggressive to cats.

NEEDS: A patient family, a secure fenced yard, and another dog to bring him out of his shell. Please, we don't make these suggestions lightly but based on the dog's socialization and personality. If your situation doesn't fit the dog's needs, please understand that we will be unable to place the dog with you but will assist you in finding a dog suitable for your home.

This beagle is sponsored by: Jeff Dreiblatt in memory of Earl, Otis, Huey and Barney

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-3556124

New Jersey - Atco
Pattie
Age: 2 - 2-1/2 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE FISCO/GODFREY FAMILY - 5/2/20

Bigger girl at about 31#. Patti is doing well and coming out of her reserved shell a bit more everyday. She has learned that she really likes the couch and a soft blanket and loves to jump off and jump back on. She loves toys and will bring 1 toy at a time up to the sofa to chew... Patti is quite a chewer! She will chew anything within reach, toy or not, so she'll need some supervised play time to start to teach toys vs non-toys. Patti is curious about all noises, loud and soft. She paces a lot and tries to figure out every noise made in the house. Patti does well in her crate; she is (mostly) against going in and often has to be gently prodded in, and when's she is in there she is a little vocal but clean so far. She's slept through the night all weekend without noise. We've had a few accidents in the house, still trying to train on leash. She likes to trail behind on a leash OR yank hard in front, depending on where her nose leads. We took her out to a brewery and she handled meeting other dogs and new humans well. Patti is timid when meeting new people but she warms up quick and loves getting head scratches. Patti will need a very gentle and patient human family that can give her attention and space, as it appears she's still learning human trust and touch. She does NOT like being picked up (she'll pancake herself to the ground). We haven't seen her truly play yet, but she does seem happier today than earlier this week! She has done well with another dog in the house, though our dog is fairly submissive and has tried to initiate play (which hasn't quite happened yet).

She is toy possessive with other dogs so a dog who will back-off if she growls or a single dog home is best for her. If you have a dog who gets jealous of another taking their toys, she's not the dog for you!

This beagle is sponsored by: Bob and Maureen Heiss in memory of David and Lacey and Rob Odorisio & Robbie Young in memory of Pete and Jack

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-3447161

New Jersey - Atco
Tuck
Age: 1 yr.
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE ROSATO FAMILY - 5/13/20

Tuck was adopted from a shelter in TN by a woman who found she didn't have the energy or the means to properly exercise and train Tuck.

He has been good with other dogs at foster, but when on leash and approached too quickly by strange dogs, can become defensive - barking and growling.

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-3144204

New Jersey - Atco
Emily
Age: 1-1/2 - 2 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE MATTOS FAMILY - 4/`4/10

Pretty tri-colored girl. Emily's previous owner was ready to put her down himself because she was just too unruly, too loud, scared the neighbors and though he "tried" everything, his family couldn't handle it anymore.

Emily's TN foster mom calls her Emmy and says this about her: Emmy was an owner surrender due to "bad behavior and too noisy to live in a home or neighborhood", while Emmy definitely has the beagle nose and bark, she is a complete angel inside the house. In the mornings, Emmy likes to spend an hour or so smelling in the fenced in yard and barking (it's the country - there are lots of smells to tell my foster parents about), but once she is done, she is done for the day and spends the rest of the day being a complete lush for human love. She prefers to sleep in a chair or bed next to her people, but will also sneak off to sleep on the couch. Emmy loves to look out the window and watch the neighborhood quietly, yes quietly! She prefers her foster dad to her foster mama and really loves her foster beagle brothers and sisters. In the afternoons, she likes to spend time wrestling and playing chase with her foster siblings. She also has great manners: Emmy is good in the car, walks well on a leash, but pulls when she gets excited, takes treats gently, waits for her food patiently (sometimes she even choses to skip a meal), cuddles sweetly with her foster pup siblings, is easy to keep groomed (easy in bath, doesn't mind nails clipped, or ears cleaned) and cuddles on human laps while staring whimsically into her humans eyes while dying to sneak in a gentle kiss on your nose.

Before her foster home, Emmy was in a home with kids. With her sweet demeanor, Emmy should be fine with children older than 4 or 5. She doesn't care about new people, as she has shown no aggressive or adverse reaction to adult guests that come over or neighbors of all ages that walk the neighborhood. She is a little scared of big young/hyper dogs and will hide on your lap if overwhelmed and bark. Emmy has the "hunter drive" and will let her nose rule if she gets loose (she took her foster mom for a 2 hour run through the woods to prove it). Regardless of time left alone, Emmy has never been destructive and has shown no interest in bones, balls or toys (why play with toys when you can stare at your people and give/get kisses?) Fun Fact: Emmy is in the running for softest beagle alive, sweetest kisses and most dreamy eyes awards!"

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-300213

New Jersey - Atco
Dot Winnie
Age: 1 - 1-1/2 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE LANDO FAMILY - 5/25/20

Dot was one of 5 found abandoned on the same road -- the 2 girls on one day, the 3 boys on the next. So much alike in looks it's obvious they all came from the same breeding lines. Held by the shelter in case an own had lost them, none were reclaimed.

This beagle is sponsored by: Rob Odorisio & Robbie Young in memory of Pete and Jack

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-2748154

New Jersey - Atco
Margot
Age: 2 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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MADOPTED BY THE DIAMOND FAMILY - 5/24/20

Margot was seen dumped at a boat dock and ran around 2 weeks before someone in the area stepped up to help her.

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-2251184

New Jersey - Atco
Mary
Age: 5-8 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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Something about Mary.

When this gal arrived our vets thought she was a bit too heavy to undergo a safe spay. She has spent a few months skimming with Fleda and Kenny so not only do we know her better she can have her spay after our clinics open from Covid.

She is the new foster welcome wagon, making all feel safe and included. She appears house trained in the doggy daycare situation but with all new dogs in the home re training is important. She is still a bit bigger gal but has a waist now! 27 lbs or so?

She can be a bit vocal at times kenneled because she says hey, I am older, I promise not to eat your home! She does settle.

Looking for a loving companion that finds comfort in other dogs?

This beagle is sponsored by: Jeff Dreiblatt in memory of Earl, Otis, Huey and Barney and Mike and Elaine McCool in memory of Jessie

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-200194

New Jersey - Atco
Becks
Age: 2 yrs.
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE TAYLOR FAMILY - 5/28/20

He lived the life of a neglected hunt dog when his owner got sick. Thankful we got the call but just imagine the difference a year or so would have made?

Becks is a bit taller than his Bon Jovi, around 26 lbs, a good weight and heartworm negative. He is more confident on the lead. He can climb a 4 welded wire metal fence so he spent much of his life chained inside the dirt floor fenced beagle lot with his male siblings. Definitely has the beagle nose to the air. More open and friendly with people but will need time to decompress and learn about life outside his previous small patch of dirt. Older kids with dog experience a possibility. OK with other dogs so far, not a wallflower. No cat or kid experience. Dogs from these type situations do best with settled, friendly dogs in the home to help them mimic and learn. They will take work but the reward is worth it.

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-171264

New Jersey - Atco
Trucker
Age: 2 yrs.
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE O'BANION FAMILY - 5/24/20

Trucker pupdate. We think this boy has come a very long way and is ready to start the search for his furever home.

Due to his serious pelvic injury and surgical correction Trucker is pain free and is walking/running. He will most likely always have an unusual gait due to the overlap required to repair but when he runs you would never know he was once hit by a vehicle.

He can be a bit of a reserved boy initially and takes time to warm up. He is curious and keeps his fosters alert. He loves toys as you can see. “Picked up all the toys today and put new ones out before we went to do the afternoon run. Bet you can’t guess where Trucker was while we were gone.” Fleda

Trucker would do best in a home with another friendly dog. Young kids might overwhelm him.

He has been quarantining with a Fleda and Kenny in their home. We believe he is around 2 years old, under 20 lbs and if interested we can hook approved adopters up with F and K to talk Trucker.

This beagle is sponsored by: Rob Odorisio & Robbie Young in memory of Pete and Jack

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-1454184

New Jersey - Atco
Danica Ann
Age: 1 - 1-1/2 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE PABISH FAMILY - 5/29/20

A sister to Dot Winnie, picked up at the same time, abandoned on a country road in TN.

Danica is shyer and will need someone with patience to help her gain confidence and become the star we see within!

This beagle is sponsored by: Eileen & Ed Wisniewski in memory of Arthur & Perkins

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-141984

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