The Beagle Club of Queensland Beagle rehoming service is provided to assist in rehoming Beagles in Queensland. As we are affiliated with Dogs Queensland, we are only able to provide this service to purebred beagles. The club will require evidence of the dog being a purebred beagle before we will assist with the rehoming. The preferred evidence is the beagle’s pedigree number and parents. If this is not available, we will require a photo of the beagle to confirm the beagle is purebred.
So we can place your beagle on this rehoming web site, we will require information about beagles that need rescuing and preferences from those that would like to rehome a beagle. Please complete one of the forms below if you are offering to rescue a beagle or if you are wanting to rehome your beagle.
For questions about the Beagle Club of Queensland rehoming service, Desley on 0418 742 941 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complete this form if you are requesting for your Beagle to be rehomed.
Complete this form if you are offering to adopt a Beagle.
All Beagles rescued by the Beagle Club of Queensland have been desexed, vaccinated, wormed and microchipped prior to being rehomed. They will also have been checked by a Veterinarian and will be in a condition suitable for rehoming, as well as a behaviour assessment to determine their personality and behaviour needs.
Location: Mt Cotton
Age: 6 years 6 months
Reason for rehoming
Cody began to escape from his yard due to an increase in anxiety in his home.
Cody recently had a benign tumor removed from the skin on his abdomen which has healed completely. He is in good physical condition and health.
Summary of behaviour assessment
Cody loves affection and would love someone who is home with him. He is also good with other dogs. He hates loud noises and fireworks.
He is fantastic with kids and is very docile. Cody has a beautiful, gentle nature but does suffer from anxiety.
Cody will bond well to humans.Due to his separation distress (which he is currently on medication for), he would be best suited to a family that was home most of the time. He would also do well in a family that has other dogs (preferably younger or very sprightly) as this will help him learn that he can be without his humans. He would need to have some time as an inside dog so he can be with his family.
The cost includes adopting a Beagle that is fully desexed, current with vaccination and worming and is microchipped. It also includes the transfer of ownership of the microchip to the new owner and the transfer of pedigree registration papers. There are no additional costs to the new family, except to register with your local council.
If you would like to adopt Cody, please complete the Offer to Adopt Cody form.
Age: 11 yearsReason for rehoming
Recently loss of his partner has meant Beau has not adjusted to life as a solitary dog.
Currently on medication for anxiety from the loss of his partner. Taking Clomicalm. Otherwise is good health
Summary of behaviour assessment
Beau will bond well to adult humans and would benefit from being in a house with other medium to larger size dogs. He would be a good choice for an experienced owner.
Beau does currently suffer from separation anxiety and would need to have training and/or medication to overcome this condition.
The cost includes adopting a Beagle that is fully desexed, current with vaccination and worming and microchipping. It also includes the transfer of ownership of the microchip to the new owner and the transfer of pedigree registration papers. There are no additional costs to the new family, except to register with your local council.
If you would like to adopt Beau, please complete the details below.
If you would like to adopt Beau, please complete the Offer to Adopt Beau form.