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November Newsletter

Updated: Mar 13, 2023

SFBR earns Great Nonprofits Top-Rated 2022 badgeIt is with great pride that we announce that South Florida Beagle Rescue has earned the Great Nonprofits Top-Rated 2022 badge. With this designation, the work of SFBR to rescue animals in need will be amplified, paving the way for additional donor contributions and volunteer participation. The SFBR team is humbled and honored to receive this recognition, and grateful to all those who make it possible for us to continue with our rescue mission. SFBR is 100% volunteer and donor based, and all of our leaders and volunteers work full-time jobs. We rescue on our own time, without pay, because we know that it’s the only way for many pups to get a second chance at happiness. SFBR Virtual Foster program Want to help a rescue dog, but can’t physically foster or adopt? Well, SFBR is launching a Virtual Foster program, a unique and easy way to help save lives. Contribute an amount of your choosing - whether in monthly installments or a one-time payment - and help fund a rescue dog’s food, vet care, transportation, and more. Remember that fostering - whether physically or virtually - saves lives. Stay tuned to our website for additional details coming soon. Fab Fosters: It has truly taken a village to help one of SFBR’s most challenging rescue pups - Mango. The rescue could not have done it without the selflessness and generosity of Mango’s fosters, specifically Ben, Caitlin, Yeliana, and Karen. Thes four individuals have stood by Mango’s side throughout his many ups and downs, his frightening seizures, and his behavioral issues. They showed him love and the warmth of a peaceful home, despite sleepless nights, one scary visit to the emergency vet, and a recently diagnosed partial blindness possibly due to the seizures. Because of their devotion to Mango, whether through donating, transporting, or fostering, this pup has plowed through, and his tail has never stopped wagging. Now, Mango is settling into his new foster home, thanks to the generosity of another SFBR foster in Fort Pierce who has experience with dogs who suffer from seizures and has committed to help get him healthy and adoptable. Fostering saves lives, and Mango’s story proves it. Howlin’ Good TimesOur SFBR family, friends and supporters had a spooktacular time on October 29th during Royd’s Spooky Pooch Parade! With delicious food and shakes, some fabulous vendors (Moon Barkery, Salty Dog Outfitters, and Town and Country Animal Hospital) and two brand-new dog parks for our pooches, we all had a wonderful time. Special thanks to our host, Royd’s, for donating the space for our event as well as proceeds from food sales for our event attendees.Photo ContestWe are happy to announce the winner of the SFBR Falltacular Photo Contest: Wesley and Leo! Congratulations to them, and thank you to all who participated! SFBR partners with Humane Society of Broward CountyCalling all pawrents of recently adopted Envigo beagles! SFBR and Humane Society of Broward County are partnering to host workshop to help owners of these newly-adopted beagles learn some tips and tricks to ensure their beagles are happy and successful in their new homes. Mark your calendars for the workshop, which will take place on Saturday, November 12th from noon-1 p.m. at HSBC, 2070 Griffin Road, Fort Lauderdale (upstairs in the education department). Please RSVP. See you there!Stay tuned for details about the SFBR holiday celebration. Happy Tales Finding forever homes for our rescued pups is our ultimate goal, and this month we have had tremendous success. Four dogs rescued by SFBR - Hitch, Ronnie, Poppy, and Amy - are now living their best lives with their new families. Hitch and his beagle sister Lilly are loving all the snuggles on the couch, while Ronnie (now Charlie) enjoys running around his gorgeous backyard overlooking a golf course. Poppy, who spent some time getting in shape at a foster home, takes daily walks on a golf course. Amy (now Peanut), well, let’s just say she’s embraced “condo living” with a beautiful balcony overlooking the river. We are so happy for our pups, and so grateful to their families for giving them a second chance. Missing beagles: Murphy, Max, Buddy, NE male, HD chocolate, Hialeah collar tagInterested in adopting a rescue? Visit our website for information About SFBR paragraphEstablished in early 2022, South Florida Beagle Rescue is a non-profit animal rescuadvocacy organization committed to re-homing beagles and beagle mixes – and any furry four-legged friends that come our way.Led by founders Yessy, Karla, and Irene, SFBR relies on fosters, volunteers and donors to make a difference in the lives of animals across South Florida. Since its inception, SFBR has helped approximately 40 dogs and cats find loving foster and forever homes, shielding them from cruelty and harm.

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