TBR Guest Dogs
Guest dogs are not the property of Triangle Beagle Rescue. If you are interested in adopting a guest dog, please contact the individual below. DO NOT FILL OUT A TBR APPLICATION.
Meet Sunny! Sunny is a courageous beagle who was brought to the veterinarian by a good Samaritan about six weeks ago after she had been found on the side of the highway. She was alone, frightened, severely underweight, dehydrated and pregnant. After being stabilized and diagnosed with dystocia (complications with the birthing process) she was taken to surgery to try to save the puppies. Unfortunately for Sunny her puppies could not be saved. Sunny kept on fighting and, despite some surgery complications, she recovered remarkably well. She has been gaining weight and learning what it means to be a spoiled house dog. Sunny is warming up quickly in her foster home where she is now crate trained and house broken. She is also doing well with he leash walking. Sunny loves people and has done well with older kids (9-15) and even warmed up to her foster mom’s cat. She is very affectionate and loves to cuddle! She is still warming up to other dogs. We recommend that she go to a single dog household and her new family continue to work with her on socializing, in hope that she becomes more comfortable with other pups. At her last checkup with the vet she was found to be in good health. She was heart worm negative and started on prevention as well as given her rabies vaccine. Sunny is now ready to find her forever home. For more information please contact email@example.com.
Lucy is super sweet and loves to snuggle….she’s an expert. She has the cutest moans when she is trying to get comfortable. It is adorable. She loves playing with other dogs and also plays and sleeps with our cats. She is really such a wonderful dog. I absolutely adore her but i just cannot keep her. I would like to ask a $50 rehoming fee . If anyone is interested in meeting her, I can be reached at (907) 349-2277 via voice or text or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About a month ago, a little beagle showed up at my neighbor’s house. I took him in, because she did not have a fenced in yard. I have been working with him, getting him crate trained, and vetted.
I was advised by the vet today, that his inclusive heartworm test returned as positive. He is a 5-year old boy, a lap dog, weighing in at just under 23 pounds. He likes dogs, ignores cats, but LOVES humans. His perfect fit would be with someone who loves cuddling on the couch. Buster loves this.
I am not worried about preparing him for a forever home, but did not know if this was a place to network, or to see about rescue. Again, I am willing to do what I need to help get him ready. He will need to undergo his heart worm treatment. Currently, he is on antibiotics, and he goes for his follow-up visit on Saturday, when I will get a written, detailed list of our action plan. He will need to be neutered.
He was extensively networked, our shelter contacted, and scanned for a microchip. No one has come forward, and there was no microchip. Contact Annette Pendergraft email@example.com 704-473-8222
Lizzie is an approximately 5 year old spayed female Beagle. She is heartworm negative, current on vaccines and microchipped. She was owner surrendered to the Cumberland County Animal Shelter due to her elderly owner no longer being able to take care of her. She is a very sweet girl who is a little sad due to the sudden upheaval in her life but is starting to come out of her shell. She is good with other dogs and appears to be good with kids. Unknown on how she does with cats but we can test her out if anyone is interested who has a cat. Lizzie is a little overweight, but we have her on a special weight reduction diet to take care of that. She is in overall excellent health and is available for adoption. Our adoption fee is $150. We are located at 3927 Bragg Blvd in Fayetteville, NC. Our shelter is open to the public Tues through Friday 1pm to 5pm and Saturday 11am to 5pm. Our phone # is 910-864-9040.
Rusty is neutered, crate trained, up to date on all shots. He is great with kids, we have a two year old. we have one cat, he does great with, but he likes to play. So if the cat doesn’t like dogs- that may not be the best mix. He will be a year on 12/31/15- He does very well in the house in terms of being house broken, he just needs to be taken out at reasonable times- he does very well at going to the bathroom outside. my contact information is CELL 919-579-9332- email may be best firstname.lastname@example.org
We have had Missy since she was 8 months old. I believe she was abused. She is about 4yrs old and she is an inside dog. She was an outside dog for about 2 yrs and only does well outside with other dogs. But will bark herself horse if she is outside alone. She is a,very very sweet girl but requires someone who can take time with her and is patient with her. It took me awhile to get her used to us. She is very skittish but will open up to the right person. I had to rehome her n it didn’t work out so I took her back but unfortunately I can’t keep her due to pet restrictions. She needs a forever home with someone who loves her as much as we do n will accept her as she is. She is not a hunting dog she is a sweet pet. Kathy Griffin 910-625-1083
“Pounder” is almost 9 yrs young, AKC registered, neutered and UTD .He is lovable and would welcome a forever home that has a fenced back yard. He is calm with children and other dogs around his size. For further information, please contact:
Wendy @ 347 517 3225
7 year old, neutered male.
Jack russell/beagle mix
45 pounds, house & crate trained
Good with children (+5) and female dogs. Doesn’t get along with male dogs
UTD on all vaccines,919)387-4903