SOS Beagle Rescue: New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania
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beagle, please visit the SOS home page.

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free transportation for dogs currently in TN. (AL and GA
dogs would require a paid transport at adopter's expense.)

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Pennsylvania - Alburtis
Rainbow
Age: 5 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE WAGNER FAMILY - 10/18/18

While working ways to help an area shelter with 84 new intakes (terrier chihuahuas plus many moms and pups from a hoarding case) they asked if we could take a beagle, a new mom in need. Momma Rainbow gave birth to a single boy who has been placed.)

Rainbow is laidback, a couch potato. When she gets excited, she has a playful shuffle with a woo woo bark. She likes to snuggle up to one of the foster's two beagles. A lot of times we get the two mixed up.

Rainbow seems shy. She'll come to you with her head down. Going upstairs for bedtime is the fastest we've seen her move. That bedtime cookie is a big incentive!

She's finicky about going outside to potty in the darkness. Also, going for a walk is new to her. It'll be good for her to get
socialized by walking around meeting people.

Rainbow fits right in with the foster's two beagles. She's a low maintenance beagle waiting for a loving home.

This beagle is sponsored by: Rob Odorisio & Robbie Young in memory of Pete and Jack and Cold Nose Lodge Doggie Daycare

Contact Rayne of SOS Beagle Rescue at 610-965-3647 email: Rayne@coldnoselodge.com
PA-838109

Pennsylvania - Bethlehem
Kudzu
Age: 1-2 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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Sweet Kudzu just arrived in the Northeast on 10/27. She was fostered in TN with Tiffany and Jeremy. She is walking on all fours, seeking attention yet still a bit shy, gaining weight (18#) and ready for her own time to heal and grow. She was re-evaluated for her shattered hock healing and her dislocated hip that created a pseudo socket and healed comfortably, so she will not need any more surgery!

Kudzu is a calm quiet girl. A bit shy but learning from the other dogs in the home. Today she greeted her fosters at the door with nub wagging (She arrived with a seriously injured tail and had to have part amputated). Yet to play with toys, doesnít get crates, sleeps and hangs in dog bed just enjoying the scenery. No accidents by using the dog door. They will be doing more leash work and say she is all around easy.

Because of her shyness and the risk of her getting loose and not being able to be caught, Kudzu will need a fenced yard.

This beagle is sponsored by: Eleanor Kingsley

Contact Joanne of SOS Beagle Rescue at 610-217-2701 email: jofabey@aol.com
PA-4627159

Pennsylvania - Alburtis
Copper
Age: 3-1/2 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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Copper was originally found as one of two dogs, strays in Philadelphia. The finder wanted to keep them both, but his wife put her foot down and said no. Copper was adopted almost immediately by a schoolteacher and her retired mom, but mom was having difficulties in handling the day-to-day care and Copper had to be returned.

She's a friendly, outgoing girl, who does well in the crate, loves people. In her first home it was said that she would run to the corner of the 4' high cyclone fence and use the chainlink fabric like a ladder to climb out of the yard, so a wood or vinyl fence or 6' chainlink would be the best fence for her. Of course, a committed leash-walking family would work as well.

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

Contact Rayne of SOS Beagle Rescue at 610-965-3647 email: Rayne@coldnoselodge.com
PA-3237159

Pennsylvania - Alburtis
Thumbelina
Age: 1-1/2 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE HUGHES FAMILY - 10/1/18

Thumbelina stopping in to say hi. I donít know why Ms. Beth didn't post me right away in TN but maybe because I had a tattoo on my belly which usually mean I've been spayed, but then I came in HEAT! I got a bit grouchy with the boys then (hey who wants to be bothered at that time?) so Ms. Beth waited a bit, got me spayed and then I came down with Kennel cough, but that's all cleared up now.

Seriously? What does a ~13 pound girl need to do to find a home? I am around 1.5-2 years, did I mention 13 lbs (actually 12 lb something at spay), all beagle nose, a bit of a bossy girl to other dogs (more so when hormonal) and a love. People say i am small, maybe in stature but not in my own mind. I am not afraid of a leash but donít really get the whole walk in a line thing, BORING. I have learned a crate isnít a bad thing and am getting the schedule of it. Housetraining unknown because I havenít had a chance with all going on. I am 80% clean in the crate and frankly about 10 percent was Ms Bethís fault as she supposedly feeds, ahem plays, with Kudzu and pups first. In my NJ foster home, I was usually reliable for up to 6-7 hours in the crate.

I can be a bit jumpy and did knock over one small kid, oops.

This beagle is sponsored by: Eleanor Kingsley and Cold Nose Lodge Doggie Daycare

Contact Rayne of SOS Beagle Rescue at 610-965-3647 email: Rayne@coldnoselodge.com
PA-263978

Pennsylvania - Alburtis
Ranger
Age: 1-1/2 - 3 yrs.
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTION PENDING!

Foster Notes: He is housebroken but is not crazy about the crate. We crate him during the day when we are not home. I give him something to tear up while we are gone as he has a little separation anxiety. He is getting better about it and goes willingly in to eat his meals now. He does jump the fence when you are not paying attention to him. The 4 foot not the 6 foot. He also will go along the bottom to find weaknesses but we are anchoring these spots. He doesn't exactly sail over but jumps up and climbs the rest of the way. For now he is on a tether cable for the morning and evening potty. Otherwise he is with us and content in the house. He loves to cuddle and gives kisses. I think he would like to crawl into your skin and live there with you. In observing him the past couple weeks, I am convinced he doesn't escape to get away rather because he is bored. He would greatly benefit from some training and possibly some agility as he catches on very quickly to everything. I think he would make a great companion. He also loves riding in the car.

Ranger is an energetic boy pulled from a shelter in Southern Kentucky with a few quirks. He's happiest in the house with his people, and gets a bit anxious when crated in the room with the other dogs (his TN foster didn't have an issue when he was crated in a room by himself). He investigates each and every corner of our chainlink fence for a spot loose enough to squeeze through in order to get into the backyard to play with the others. He will EASILY clear a 4' high fence -- and does so on a regular basis. He's wonderful with other dogs. Very strong on the leash, so will need work on that. Appears housetrained -- he'll cry if crated when he has to go out.

RANGER must go to either a home with a 6' high wood/vinyl fence or no fence at all where he'll be leashwalked.

This beagle is sponsored by: The Dreher family in memory of Roxton and Cold Nose Lodge Doggie Daycare

Contact Rayne of SOS Beagle Rescue at 610-965-3647 email: rayne@coldnoselodge.com
PA-2136109

Pennsylvania - Bethlehem
CLEM ADOPTED BY THE GAGAN FAMILY - 10/6/18
WISTERIA ADOPTED BY THE CESARE FAMILY - 10/7/18

Wisteria and Clem were found in a barn with their mommy at approximately 6 weeks old. They are quite shy, but warm up quickly and give lots of kisses with tails constantly wagging. Patience is always required when adopting a puppy.

They love running around in the yard, and are great with dogs and pick up on corrections quickly. They are very tiny at 10 weeks old and not even 5 pounds.

We are accepting applications for a home with another dog. Homes without another dog will NOT be considered at this time. Because of their size, no children under the age of 10.

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


Contact Joanne of SOS Beagle Rescue at 610-217-2701 email: jofabey@aol.com
PA-1753148

New Jersey - Atco
Charade
Age: 2 yrs.
Sex: female
will be spayed prior to adoption

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Arrived in NJ on 11/10, but what an outgoing little girl. Loves attention, easily crates for a cookie. Good with other dogs. Spya is scheduled for 11/16 and she could go home for Thanksgiving!

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-56321910

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

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ADOPTED BY THE TURCO FAMILY AND K9 BROTHER JACK - 10/27/18

Just arrived morning of 10/13 - Fostered in a home with a 4 yr. old boy and 2 other dogs, Drydon is settling in nicely. a few accidents the first days, but doing much better now. A sweet boy who likes to cuddle.

This beagle is sponsored by: Maryann Seiber in memory of husband Ted and our beagles Sammie, Cindy and Bonnie

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-525969

New Jersey - Jackson
Beetle
Age: 1 yr.
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE HERSH FAMILY AND K9 SISTERS REBA McENTIRE AND PATSEY CLINE - 10/18/18

Beetle was 60% of weight he should be so is gaining weight and getting love in foster. Around 1 year, should be 24 or so lbs. sweet boy that needs a secure fence as he feels the tug to explore, less like seeking rabbits, more like searching for the people he thought loved him. Help us find his new family.

This beagle is sponsored by: Mike and Elaine McCool in memory of Jessie

Contact Deby of SOS Beagle Rescue at 732-363-6009 email: findleyd2@aol.com
NJ-493958

New Jersey - Jackson
Samuel
Age: 1-2 yrs.
Sex: male
neutered

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Brand new to SOS, Samuel arrived in NJ on 11/10. He's a medium sized boy, appears a bit laid back, walks nicely on leash with only slight pulling. Crates easily and seems good with other dogs. Foster will post more as they get to know him.

Contact Deby of SOS Beagle Rescue at 732-363-6009 email: findleyd2@aol.com
NJ-42291910

New Jersey - Atco
Bonnie
Age: 7 months
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE LEWANDOWSKI FAMILY - 11/12/18

New to SOS, she arrived in NJ on 11/10. A bit reserved on first meeting but has started coming out of her shell on Day 2. In heat when spayed, she cannot go to a home with a male dog until 11/20 but could go home to a family with no other pets or females only at any time. Good in her crate, good with other dogs. Balks a bit on leash so fenced-in yard would be best.

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-39311910

New Jersey - Atco
Trinket
Age: 3 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTION PENDING - THE BARNETT FAMILY - 11/4/18

Introducing Trinket, because every one needs a few special trinkets
What we know: ~3y, Hwt neg, ~18lbs and a real sweetie. She has symmetrical healing injuries on her back area that looks like something tried to get heróa hawk, another dog?

This beagle is sponsored by: Mike and Elaine McCool in memory of Jessie

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-384369

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

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ADOPTED BY THE SPENCER FAMILY - 10/6/18

About 20-22#. Just arrived in NJ Saturday, 8/18, but so far good in his crate. He will bark for about 5 minutes when first crated, but has not had an accident and settles down after a few minutes. In a foster home with 4 yr. old boy and 2 other beagles and does extremely well with all.

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-3741107

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

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ADOPTED BY THE HONCHARUK/DICKSON FAMILY - 10/27/18

Carrot is a gorgeous chocolate and has a bit of something else in her? Aussie? A brush tail, a thicker coat but beagle size and such a lovingly calm demeanor. I mean I clipped her toenails and cleaned her ears with her snuggled in my lap and head on my shoulder!

She is a bit reserved with new things so patience is a virtue and will be rewarded. She has been clean in her crate and quiet.

TN Foster notes: Carrot (we have nicknamed her Carrie) has been the best foster Iíve had so far! She is just a smaller, cuddly love bug. She is definitely shy at first but warms up quickly to humans and dogs. She listens when you tell her ďnoĒ and does great on a leash. She also does well in her crate (although she will not go in on her own since she wants to be around everyone). She is currently not a fan of pooping while on the leash but sheís learning. I have also learned the hard way that she will escape if given an opportunity so adopters will need to keep an eye on the door. Otherwise she is adjusting well to the cozy life of an indoor dog and any family would be very lucky to have her 💜. Foster Cozette.

This beagle is sponsored by: Mike and Elaine McCool in memory of Jessie and Jennifer Calvosa & Penny

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-344469

New Jersey - Cranbury
Squash
Age: 1-1/2 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE HACKETT FAMILY AND K9 SISTER ROSA - 10/3/18

Squash is approximately 1 1/2 years old, tan and white with the cutest markings. Seen being dumped along the road in rural Union County, TN the finder contacted a partner shelter who then reached out to SOS Beagle Rescue for help in placement. She is a laid back, quiet little girl about 16 pounds. Gets along well with other dogs and has been fine with the cat in the home, even trying to play with the cat at times. Squash has been quiet in her crate and has kept it clean even through the night. She is very affectionate, loves attention and people. Will curl up on the couch with me at night or in my lap. She does OK for leash walks but won't potty while on the leash so a fenced in yard or kennel run is required for potty purposes.

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

Contact Sandra of SOS Beagle Rescue email: skearney@Princeton.edu
NJ-3421148

New Jersey - Atco
Betty
Age: young
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE CRUM FAMILY - 10/14/18

Just arrived morning of 10/13 -- will post more in the next day or two.

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

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-34079

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

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Zorro is a 26#, happy go lucky kind of guy, ready for Halloween fun. He just arrived in NJ on 10/27, met the resident dog at his foster who always approaches the newcomers with a hump and a growl, and all Zorro wanted to do was play! He very new to SOS, but accepts the crate easily. Housetraining will be evaluated during the coming week. He is currently in a foster home with 2 other dogs and a 4 yr. old boy.

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-2933159

New Jersey - Sicklerville
Agatha
Age: 2 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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Agatha is a very timid little girl from TN. She was adopted in NJ but her front window gave her a birds-eye view of all passing cars, and she started barking at every car that went by, and when the two other beagles in the household would run to see what was happening, Agatha would snarl to keep the excitement all to herself.

Agatha is happy with other dogs around her age. She plays and seems happier. She has mastered the dog door. She will go in her crate with a treat when we go out but will bark and keep the other dogs up at night so guess what! She has been sleeping with us.
Still very cautious of new people. It has taken a while for her to recognize Bob or I if we have a hat on or hooded coat. She plays with the grandsons.

She does not like to go out front of the house but she has made the back yard her own world. Agatha does not bark a lot and when she does we tell her to hush in a calm voice. She no longer needs the security of sitting next to me or Bob and will lie on the dog bed or coach with the other dogs.

Best in a home with another confident dog and MUST have a secure fenced-yard, as she would be a flight risk if she ever got out. She is not a good leash-walker because she is afraid of everything new on the walk. While she is good with the foster's grandchildren, they are very quiet and calm and do not push themselves onto her - they allow her to come to them when she wants their attention. A quieter, more settled home would be best for her.

This beagle is sponsored by: Michael Sardilli and Scooter in Memory of Scamper

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-2742159

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

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ADOPTED BY THE HERSON FAMILY - 10/29/18

Domino was adopted from SOS as a 9 wk. old puppy, but his family broke up due to divorce, leaving mom alone with a 2 yr. old and infant. Having a dog was too much for her at this time, so they brought him back to SOS.

Domino is housetrained, good with other dogs, fine with the cat. He will crate, although he's not happy in the crate. He doesn't bark or become destructive, just gets a bit anxious when crated.

This beagle is sponsored by: Bob and Maureen Heiss in memory of David and Lacey and A beagle lover from New York City!

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-2717217

New Jersey - Atco
Patticake
Age: young
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE SPAN FAMILY - 10/30/18

Just arrived morning of 10/13 - came down with kennel cough the next day and has had to be segregated from the others. Good in her crate, barks a bit outside as she watches all the others running around playing while she's stuck in the kennel. Very sweet little girl with people.

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

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-24179

New Jersey - Atco
DaisyK
Age: 3 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE PECK FAMILY AND K9 BROTHER CODY - 10/28/18

Just arrived from TN, Daisy K was found as a stray, held a month while the finder attempted to locate her owner. He was having difficulty keeping her from digging out of the yard, but turns out she was coming into heat and probably looking for love!

Classically marked, she is good with kids and other dogs.

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-145159

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