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Tennessee - Knoxville
Maverick
Age: 3 yrs.
Sex: male
neutered

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It was raining beagles at Chattooga Co AC - this is one of three - all came in together as strays found wandering a deserted GA highway. This is a male- Maverick ~3 years of age. Very sweet and friendly. Not neutered (yet).

SOS stepped up for all 3! Maverick is Erlichia positive and will start meds soon. The test shows positive with exposure and he has no symptoms but we treat for safety sake. He is heartworm negative, vocal when he wants his people but settles, walks on a leash. Getting neutered soon. Less than 25 lbs.

Update: Maverick is back from the vet and on a course of Pred and Doxycycline to treat his Erlichia. His neuter was delayed as this tick borne disease does create bleeding issues. Did you know that once treated he will most likely always test positive on a snap test due to exposure? This has been one of the first positive test beagles we have had with symptoms. Thank you Dr. Mays for suggesting bloodwork, that is how his bleeding issue came to light.

This beagle is sponsored by: Hugh Greg Miller and Dan Weaver

Contact Beth of SOS Beagle Rescue at 865-607-1990 email: bethsosbeaglestn@gmail.com
TN-511209

Tennessee - Knoxville
Trooper
Age: adult
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE HAMILTON FAMILY AND K9 SISTER MALLIE - 6/22/19

A hit by car beagle from south of Knoxville, Cleveland TN area off I 75. He was seen by a traveling friend and area animal folks were contacted. He was found 2 days later having been tagged by a car. Thanks to the Bradley County SPCA for getting this boy found and his initial care. Thank you Dr Hackett at Pellissippi Veterinary Hospital for the follow care and getting him walking on all 4’s.
He wouldn’t have that chance without great fosters like Vanessa, Deb and Joan plus Fleda and Kenny. Plus he looks so dapper for his big meet, a groom and nail trim courtesy of Gibbs Groom Shop, his fosters the last 6 plus weeks while he worked on strengthening and using his surgical leg.

This beagle is sponsored by: The Smith-Benson family in memory of Rosie

Contact Beth of SOS Beagle Rescue at 865-607-1990 email: bethsosbeaglestn@gmail.com
TN-3411205

Tennessee - Knoxville
Lily
Age: 2
Sex: female
spayed

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She just completed her heartworm treatment and hold thanks to awesome fosters Christine and Bruce. Here is her latest info from Christine. What a way with words!

Hello beagle lovers! Wanted to write to all of you to tell you about myself. My name is Lily which I answer to and understand that is my given name. However, my foster mom (FM) and dad (FD) sometimes call me Lily May, Tasmanian Devil, Miss Sassy Pants, Dog Bed Destroyer and just plain Crazy Girl. I have finished my heartworm treatment and I feel great! Being in the crate for the month was not too bad. FM would give me some Melatonin to help with the boredom and the bully chew sticks worked wonders to help the days pass. I was good in my crate EXCEPT for some reason the dog beds were so much fun to chew up and get the stuffing all over the inside of the crate. FM just shook her head at me both times I did it. She put a bed pillow in there and I love sleeping on that. No more ripping up stuff in the crate. I eat my meals in my crate and that has been just fine with me. FD did not want me to get any bad habits from my foster brothers and sister....I guess they eat like it is their last meal. During the treatment, they would take me outside on leash and would tell me "Go potty" over and over. I understood that pretty quickly. Now the treatment is done and I am doing pretty good. Only one accident in the house because no one was paying attention. Oops. We have a doggy door here and I do use that but also if I start sniffing around it is time for me to go outside. Per the beagle standard, be patient with me when I go outside because if I smell something cool, I am off and sniffing. Just tell me those famous words and I will get the job done. I have five foster siblings here and that has been great. They are on the "senior" side so my younger demeanor has probably driven them a little crazy. The alpha female black lab (Jersey) loves to lay on the ground and we play. Scout (puggle) and I have fun wrestling with the different dog toys. The older ones I give some attention to but I think they just want to be left alone. Their loss. I am very curious and that has gotten me into a wee bit of trouble. I have ripped apart the dog beds (I was bored), ripped apart some toilet paper rolls (how fun was that), found FM's slippers (who needs those?) and chewed on them, and the piece de reistance...anything on the floor ends up in my mouth which turns into a game of tag in the house to catch me. How fun is that to watch the two of them try to get me out from under the dining room table. I hear them talking about me and they have said things like ...So much fun and young dog energy, would probably be better with kids six and up, would be great with a dog companion that likes to play, and the new family will have to make sure anything potentially dangerous needs to be put away. I am a little "mouthy" when I play and FM and FD have been working on that with me. I am just having so much fun being able to play now! I love my FD and every man that has come over to visit has gotten extra attention from me. After breakfast and outside potty time, I love sitting on the couch with FD and getting some loves from him. I am not much of a couch potato until my energy is done and then I can hang out on the couch. I got a bath the other day in the shower and that did not go over too well. I am not sure if the water was too "loud" or maybe somewhere in my memory a shower is not a good thing? but I think I startled FM because I got a little snappy with her. I did not mean to, but it just kinda happened. She seemed to understand and we finished up in the sink. FD came and talked so sweet to me while that was happening and that helped. After the bath they got a towel out and started to dry me and I got scared again. I am hoping that I will be able to calm down for baths in the future because it really did feel great. I love my bedtime snack (after potty time) of vanilla wafers or graham crackers. I like watermelon and strawberries too! We have not been able to do much walking because of the treatment and now it is raining. My FD is going to try to get me on a short walk this week when the weather clears. I will miss FM, FD, and my foster brothers and sisters but it is time for me to find my forever family so they can help another beagle out! If you are looking for a fun, energetic, bundle of surprises, I am your dog!


See ya soon,
Lily (don't know what a Tasmanian Devil is but that was my first nickname)

Contact Beth of SOS Beagle Rescue at 865-607-1990 email: bethsosbeaglestn@gmail.com
TN-2122125

Alabama - Florence
Bulah
Age: 4 years
Sex: female
spayed

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Meet Bulah! Bulah is a very sweet beagle. She is around 4 years old and weighs 24lbs - it's all nose and heart! Bulah loves toys and playing outside with another dog, she does zoomies in the yard and she likes to sniff and track, so a fenced-in yard is a must. Bulah is timid around new people, but she is fine with her foster family. Bulah also doesn't like loud noises, like vacuums or trash trucks or construction, she is getting used to the TV. Bulah has evidently never been exposed to loud people-made noises or vehicles (she does ok in a car, but is scared the whole time). She needs a patient family to let her get accustomed to life with people at her own pace. Kids are fine but over 10 years is best, and she would do great with another beagle to serve as a role model. She takes treats gently. Bulah is crate trained and she is working on her housetraining. (She's wearing a tracking collar in some of the photos, Bulah is always on a leash but she's still a bit of a flight risk.)

This beagle is microchipped, up to date on vaccines, spayed and on flea and heartworm prevention. Please email rescue@alsosbeagles.com for more information, or complete an application at http://sosbeagles.org/adoptionform.php (send to AL chapter).

Contact Jennifer of SOS Beagle Rescue email: rescue@alsosbeagles.com
AL-92186

Alabama - Huntsville
Johnny Bravo
Age: 1
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE MCCAULEY FAMILY 7/4/19



Meet Johnny Bravo! He's as extraordinary as his name implies, a little 11-month old ball of energy and kisses. Johnny adores playing ball with his people and gets along well with other dogs also. He is currently in foster care with a cat, and no issues there either. Johnny is currently in the Huntsville, AL area.

This beagle is microchipped, up to date on vaccines, neutered and on flea and heartworm prevention. Please email rescue@alsosbeagles.com for more information, or complete an application at http://sosbeagles.org/adoptionform.php (send to AL chapter).

Contact Jennifer of SOS Beagle Rescue email: rescue@alsosbeagles.com
AL-495781

Alabama - Gulf Shores
Lucy
Age: 8 years
Sex: female
spayed

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Meet Lucy! Lucy is a very sweet, small girl who weighs 19lbs and adores belly rubs and snuggles. She is lower energy and enjoys being close to her people. Lucy gets along great with other dogs. Lucy is housetrained and also really enjoys her dinner lol We believe Lucy is around 8 years old. Lucy is a beautiful girl, full of love. Lucy is being fostered in Summerdale, AL.

This beagle is microchipped, up to date on vaccines, spayed and on flea and heartworm prevention. Please email rescue@alsosbeagles.com for more information, or complete an application at http://sosbeagles.org/adoptionform.php (send to AL chapter).

Contact Jennifer of SOS Beagle Rescue email: rescue@alsosbeagles.com
AL-362234

Alabama - Huntsville
Instigator
Age: 4 years
Sex: female
spayed

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Meet Insti! Insti is around 4 years old and she is a little pudgy so she's around 30lbs. Instigator is a sweet girl, on the lower energy side. Her favorite thing is to hang out and nap on the couch next to her person, she prefers to be inside rather than outside, for sure! She's would be better with slightly older kids. She's good with cats and dogs and does well on a leash. She sleeps fine in a crate and is doing well on her housetraining. Insti is quiet, not a lot of trouble, and would do great as an apartment dog or with an elderly couple.

This beagle is microchipped, up to date on vaccines, spayed and on flea and heartworm prevention. Please email rescue@alsosbeagles.com for more information, or complete an application at http://sosbeagles.org/adoptionform.php (send to AL chapter).

Contact Jennifer of SOS Beagle Rescue email: rescue@alsosbeagles.com
AL-332286

Alabama - Gulf Shores
Scooby
Age: 5
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE MENDENHALL FAMILY! 6/10/19



Meet Scooby! Scooby is a great dog! He is a rockstar at the dog park. Great with dogs of all sizes. He loves greeting everyone at the dog park and getting petted. He learns most things quickly. Each night after dinner, they go potty then come back in, and he has to go in his crate for bed. Tonight before he went out, he discovered a rubber dog toy in the dog toy basket. I wouldn't let him take it outside, but I gave it to him when he came back in. Then I had to do something but couldn't find him. Well, he was sitting in his crate with his "new" toy waiting on me to bring him his treat and close the door! He is sometimes a little talkative (aroo) when in his crate when it is time to let him out or if he gets super excited. He loves snuggles, but sometimes he has to spend time scratching up the perfect bed. He tends to stare at me quizzically if I'm singing and dancing in the kitchen. He thinks such behavior is just insensible! Scooby has a pink pig that he carries around everywhere with him, so if you adopt Scooby it's kind of like a BOGO haha Scooby is 5 years old and weighs around 30lbs. He's short but solid. Scooby is being fostered in Florence, AL.

This beagle is microchipped, up to date on vaccines, neutered and on flea and heartworm prevention. Please email rescue@alsosbeagles.com for more information, or complete an application at http://sosbeagles.org/adoptionform.php (send to AL chapter).

Contact Jennifer of SOS Beagle Rescue email: rescue@alsosbeagles.com
AL-271934

Alabama - Gulf Shores
Shyla
Age: 6-8 years
Sex: female
spayed

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Adopted by the Rzepecki family! 6/22/19



Meet Shyla! Shyla is a super sweet, laid-back gem of a beagle girl. She weighs around 24lbs, and is squishy so she's fun to hug. Shyla is an older beagle who had it a little rough for the first part of her life, but now she's enjoying her golden years sun bathing and napping and eating and more napping. She's easy going and does well with other dogs, although she's past her super playful stage. Shyla is being fostered in the Montgomery, AL area.

This beagle is microchipped, up to date on vaccines, spayed and on flea and heartworm prevention. Please email rescue@alsosbeagles.com for more information, or complete an application at http://sosbeagles.org/adoptionform.php (send to AL chapter).

Contact Jennifer of SOS Beagle Rescue email: rescue@alsosbeagles.com
AL-222134

Alabama - Auburn
Wendy
Age: 5 years
Sex: female
spayed

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Meet Wendy, a sweet beagle mix with striking coloring. Wendy weighs about 35 lbs and definitely has some non-beagle DNA mixed in her ancestry. However, she is a terrific dog who we think will steal someone's heart. Wendy has a moderate energy level and is pretty chill about hanging out in the yard or the house. She is not a big barker, and she is not destructive inside or outside. Wendy is crate trained and pretty much house trained. She is about 5 years old. She gets along with other dogs but does not like to share her food or treats with them. She does best with dogs who have a calm demeanor like her. We don't know how she would react to cats.
Wendy is microchipped, up to date on vaccines, spayed and current on flea and heartworm prevention. Please email rescue@alsosbeagles.com for more information, or complete an application at http://sosbeagles.org/adoptionform.php (send to AL chapter).

Contact Jennifer of SOS Beagle Rescue email: rescue@alsosbeagles.com
AL-183763

Alabama - Auburn
Margot
Age: 6
Sex: female
spayed

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Meet Miss Margot! Margot is a lovely beagle girl, about 6 years old and approximately 26 lbs. Margot is even-tempered, good-natured and pleasing in her personality. She is quiet for a beagle, usually just barking or howling when she wants to come inside. Margot prefers to be indoors most of the time and only goes outside for potty breaks. Because she is not noisy and doesn't have a high energy level, she would probably work well for an apartment situation. Margot is OK when she's left on her own as long as food and treats are well out of her reach. She is not destructive, but she will try her hardest to steal a snack. Even by beagle standards, Margot is highly food-motivated. She gets along with other dogs, but she does not want to share food or treats with them at all and can be rude with them about it. She is crate trained. Margot has dry eye and will need artificial tears type eye drops 2-3 times a day for the rest of her life.

Margot is microchipped, up to date on vaccines, spayed and current on flea and heartworm prevention. Please email rescue@alsosbeagles.com for more information for more information about her or complete an application at http://sosbeagles.org/adoptionform.php (send to AL chapter).

This beagle is sponsored by: Kristen and Robert Boyle inn memory of Lulu

Contact Jennifer of SOS Beagle Rescue email: rescue@alsosbeagles.com
AL-175981

Alabama - Mobile
Bishop
Age: 8
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE SKIPPER FAMILY! July 2019



Meet Bishop! Bishop is a sweet guy, and gets along great with other dogs. He weighs around 35lbs and is 8ish years old. Bishop is starting to recognize his name. He is very gentle with food and snacks. He has learned about treats. Bishop may be older, but he stilll has plenty of energy and is very inquisitive. Bishop is working on housetraining in his foster home, and getting better every day. We have taught him to love being petted and he loves to be loved. Bishop is mostly kennel trained, but does not like it all the time. He is fine on the couch or out and loves to have company with him. He truly loves to be with his person and will make a great companion. He likes car riding just fine. He is perfect for someone who really wants a best friend. They are saying he is older, but his foster mom questions how old because he has great energy and loves to play and roughhouse… Bishop does cower when yelling takes place or if you move too fast.

This beagle is microchipped, up to date on vaccines, neutered and on flea and heartworm prevention. Please email rescue@alsosbeagles.com for more information, or complete an application at http://sosbeagles.org/adoptionform.php (send to AL chapter).

Contact Jennifer of SOS Beagle Rescue email: rescue@alsosbeagles.com
AL-175681

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