Every year, an estimated 1.5 million adoptable shelter dogs and cats are euthanized in the U.S., according to the ASPCA — that’s because the shelters simply don’t have enough space and funding to accommodate all the animals that are brought there.
In consideration of our goals and values, our group does not allow any breeding arrangements to be done through any of our various platforms. Breeding practices not only contradict our animal welfare efforts, but are also highly regulated by law, requiring proper licensing. For the integrity and safety of our community, we ask that our members do not attempt or engage in any breeding discussions within our network.
We also ask that anyone interested in more pups consider adopting! There are many beagles (and other dogs) in need of loving homes. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with an inquiry about adoptable pups.
We are a no-kill rescue and all of our dogs are spayed and neutered before finalizing any adoption.