For centuries, families have found happiness, enjoyment and devotion in owning a Beagle. As a working hound, in competition, or just as a lovable pet, Beagles have brought love, fun and delight to thousands of homes around the world.
Sometimes, however, owning a Beagle doesn’t always work out. Families can then be left with the difficult decision of what to do with their Beagle.
A Beagle may need a new home for reasons such as:
- The energy, personality or demands of the individual dog may not suit the lifestyle of the owner.
- Personal situations may change
- The Beagle may have been saved by the RSPCA from unnecessary cruelty by its previous owners.
- A lost Beagle may have been picked up by the local pound.
- Work demands or changes in routines may mean the owner is no longer able to give the Beagle the amount of care and attention they need.
- Moving house to a smaller or more restricted residence may mean the Beagle is not able to be kept at their new home.
- The Beagle may be an ex show dog that is looking for a home after their show career.
- The Beagle may be an ex brood bitch that is looking for a home after their breeding demands have finished.