SOS Beagle Rescue: Tennessee, Alabama
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Tennessee - Knoxville
Maxwell
Age: 2-3 yrs.
Sex: male
neutered

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Meet Maxwell, a 2-3 year old beagle boy around 29 lbs. Currently in foster with Theresa and Terry. Maxwell is neutered, UTD all vetcare, microchipped and ready for his new family.
His fosters say this…
Maxwell will make a wonderful companion or addition to almost any home. He is very sweet, loving and pretty easy going. Maxwell is good with the 4 other dogs I have, not reactive unless they are getting in his face too much as that overwhelms him. I imagine he would be good with older dog experienced children as he loves to be pet and loved. Maxwell loves to fetch the ball. He is smart so learning commands would be pretty easy.
Maxwell is a slow eater, actually chews his food. At first he wanted you to be in the same room while he was eating, but that need stopped after a few days.
Maxwell is very agile, can jump from the ground to on top of pretty much anything so continued training of both you and he to keep desirable objects out of reach a must.
Maxwell is a digger, has dug two holes that he can get out under at the chain link fence in just a few days. He basically just wanted to go into the garden area next door as his fosters were working there. He does not like to he kenneled yet, he will require a sturdy kennel and comfort training to adjust to the newness of crate training. Maxwell did figure out how to open the latch initially. He is better if we put him in the bedroom with us, but even then he only wants to sleep a few hours in the kennel initially.
Maxwell did initially leave his mark on the furniture a few times the first day, but has been much better since then, learning and adjusting to house scents. Foster does have a doggie door that he has 24 hour access to and utilizes. No doggy door will require a bit more training on alert to go. Possibly reaching to pee on command or bell training.
Maxwell has that hunter instinct and does have the beagle bark. He will try to get out to chase the squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits and even the dog next door when it went onto the back portion of our property.
Maxwell has that common beagle stubbornness in the week here with us so far but is learning by direction and repetition plus other dog example.
Maxwell is very sweet, but needs someone that has a VERY secure backyard, willing to keep up leash training and patience/direction a young beagle raised with little guidance needs. He must go to a home with another dog for company.

This beagle is sponsored by: Terry Friedemann and Peet Hickman in honor of Lacy

Contact Beth of SOS Beagle Rescue email: bethsosbeaglestn@gmail.com
TN-5247176

Tennessee - Knoxville
Garth
Age: 6-8 yrs.
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE COFER FAMILY - 10/23/22

Garth is initially pretty skittish, but a very sweet boy that actually loves attention and petting. He may run away first and even bark at you, but he just wants to come up to you on his terms at first. His tail initially appeared to be permanently and tightly tucked, but he seems to be loosening up with time and even wags his tail now. If I want to get him to go somewhere or do something and he doesn’t do it by just calling him- He is very easily leashed or picked up (he usually hits the floor in fear, but let’s you easily leash him and pet him or pick him up)- and then when leashed he seems to do it without any problem. Examples would be coming in through the back door after going outside, getting into the crate when we leave the house, coming up stairs, etc. However, he is food motivated and sometimes treats do the trick. He loves soft stuffed squeaky toys. Sometimes he just likes to rip the stuffing out of them. He has done great with my senior male and female beagle crew, but does have a history of not getting along with some younger dogs and intact males. He needs to be fed separately, which I do with my dogs anyway. I have given treats out as a group on multiple occasions and not had any issues. He was a stray and is not yet house trained, but he keeps his crate clean overnight and when placed in there when I leave during the day. We have just started working with belly bands in the house, but are not successful yet. He rides well in the car and likes Starbucks pup cups. He also likes my wine (I'm not at all promoting giving dogs alcohol- his tongue could barely reach it). He needs a patient family willing to work with his initially skittish behavior and finish working on his house training. Please share and consider giving this sweet older man (guesstimate 8’ish) a home. You could also consider a foster to adopt option to see if he might fit in your home or with your other dogs.

This beagle is sponsored by: Terry Friedemann and Peet Hickman in honor of Lacy

Contact Beth of SOS Beagle Rescue email: bethsosbeaglestn@gmail.com
TN-444212

Tennessee - Knoxville
Several new dogs have just arrived and we don't have enough description to post them separately yet.

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Dogs listed as heading to NJ are no longer available in TN

Contact Beth of SOS Beagle Rescue email: bethsosbeaglestn@gmail.com
TN-4231203

Tennessee - Knoxville
Becca
Age: 4-5 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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Looking to adopt an Envigo beagle? Becca was raised with the same lack of socialization and actually worse conditions spending the first two years literally wired shut in a beagle lot with bags of food tossed over the fence. We had to literally cut the rusty wiring and climb over to get her out. That was 2 years ago and she was almost 2 years old then. Immensely grateful for her committed foster Johnna. Search: Becca SOS Beagles Tennessee for her story.

This beagle is sponsored by: Terry Friedemann and Peet Hickman in honor of Lacy

Contact Beth of SOS Beagle Rescue email: bethsosbeaglestn@gmail.com
TN-2343196

Tennessee - Knoxville
FOSTER NEEDS
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4/5/22 - We are in need of some fosters - some are short-term - 1-2 weeks; others are medical holds (heartworm treatment, etc.) for 4-6 weeks. All expenses covered!

See our full list with photos HERE!

Contact Beth of SOS Beagle Rescue email: bethsosbeaglestn@gmail.com
TN-129203

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