Sep
12

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Megan

Available Soon!

Age: 3 years

Gender: Female

Megan is a small, 3-year-old female who will be available for adoption once her vetting is completed. She is very friendly and good with other dogs.  Megan was a stray at the Louisa County Animal Shelter, so her history is unknown. Stay tuned as we get to know her better!


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Sep
5

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Sammy

I’m Available and Looking for a Foster Home!

Age: 3 years

Gender: Male

Sammy is a 3-year-old old male beagle who will be available for adoption once he is neutered.  This big, handsome guy is very friendly and playful and gets along great with other dogs.  He was a stray in Culpeper Animal Shelter, so his history is unknown.  Stay tuned as we get to know Sammy better!


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Sep
5

1


Minnie

I’m Available and Looking for a Foster Home!

Age: 4 years

Gender: Female

Minnie is a 4-year-old beagle girl who is spayed but needs some additional vetting before she will be available for adoption.  She is very sweet and friendly.  She came in to the Louisa County Animal Shelter as a stray with Milly, and  her history is unknown. Stay tuned as we get to know Minnie better!



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Sep
3

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CeeCee

I’m Available and Looking for a Foster Home!

Age: 2-3 years

Gender: Female

CeeCee is a two- to three-year-old female beagle mix who is fully vetted. She is friendly once she gets to know you and gets along well with other dogs.  She was a stray at the Amelia County Animal Shelter, so her history is unknown. Stay tuned as we get to know CeeCee better!



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Sep
3

1


Milly

I’ve Been Adopted!

Age: 4 years

Gender: Female

Milly is a four-year-old, spayed beagle girl who is fully vetted.  She is very sweet and mellow and gets along great with other dogs.  She was a stray with Minnie at the Louisa County Animal Shelter, and her history is unknown. Stay tuned as we get to know Milly better!





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Aug
26

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Thunder

I’m Available!

Age: 9 years (possibly a bit younger)

Gender: Male

Meet Thunder.  Thunder’s previous human was elderly and no longer able to care for him, so surrendered him to the Montgomery County, PA SPCA.  His age is listed as 9-almost-10 and they were not confident that they would find an adopter for him because of his age.  Lucky for him they reached out to BREW to see if we could help.

In his foster home for a week now, he seems younger than 9 or 10, maybe in the 6-8 range, although it is possible that he is just in terrific shape because, unlike many beagles, he is not overweight. He was clearly loved and well-cared for, too.

Although there has been a few “marking” incidents (not abnormal in a new place, especially with other dogs), Thunder is clearly house-trained.  He knows “sit” and “down”.  He does not like to be crated when people are home, and at night he likes to sleep with a person and will try to burrow under the blankets with a person.  If told “no”, he just waits until one is asleep then joins them, but he is not a bed- or blanket-hog.

So far Thunder has gotten along with dogs of all sexes and sizes, but his focus (and joy) is cuddling with a person, whether on the couch, in a comfy chair or in bed.  If not permitted to join a person on the couch, etc., he will find a comfy spot on the floor and settle.



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Aug
17

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Bella Grace

Available Soon!

Age: 5-6 years

Gender: Female

Bella Grace is an adorable, 5- to 6-year-old beagle girl who came to BREW from central Virginia. She was pregnant, but sadly the puppies died before they were born. Bella Grace is recovering from a hysterectomy and is not quite ready for adoption, but she will be available soon. She is a pretty girl (the photos do not do her justice!) and was a favorite at the vet clinic and kennel. Stay tuned as we get to know Bella Grace better!



 


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Aug
9

4


Solo

I’m Available!

Age: Roughly 8-9 years

Gender: Male

UPDATE – 11 SEPTEMBER 2014: “Hello, I am Solo.  I am a red and white beagle boy who loves people.  I am good with dogs my size and smaller, however, big dogs frighten me so I bark at them.  I love to be with my beagle buddies here at Nana’s, but my favorite place to be is where ever Nana is located.  I am house broken, so I go outside to do my business.  I still get in trouble for marking.  Nana said that will pass after time.  I do not chew inappropriately and I really don’t play with toys.  My favorite things are long walks (I don’t pull on my leash), doing tricks for Nana and snuggling and being petted.  I will walk as long as you can keep going or I will sleep the day away.  I am easy going and love attention.  I am flexible.  I can get up early or sleep late, just let me be with you.”

Solo would be good in an apartment or in a home.  He would especially be good living with someone who is retired or works from home.

August 2014: Solo came to BREW from Powhatan County, Virginia just before his time ran out. He is a bit older and has what looks like an old eye injury leaving a blue spot on the eye, which we will be having a vet check out.  He is a gentleman of a beagle! His current caretaker says: I have to admit I am a little surprised, even a little in awe because this guy will not poop or pee in his kennel, knows the doggy door, will poop and pee on a leash and knows “sit”!!  He had been at my kennels a couple of days with no messes which I thought was unusual so I decided to take him out to see if he would go.  I now walk him every evening when I get to the kennels and he goes immediately.  He came in as a stray but must have been someone’s pet at one time.  He is not too happy about kennel life.  He still  needs vetting, but he is quiet and with all things considered, I think he would make a good apartment dog.




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Aug
2

3


Hamish

I’ve Been Adopted!

Age: 2-3 years

Gender: Male

UPDATE – 6 SEPTEMBER 2014: A note from Hammy’s (Hamish) new fosters here. Hammy traveled very well from BRVA to our home in Woodbridge. Our resident beagle, Dottie, hasn’t really warmed up to the youngster, so we may be getting another Foster to keep Hammy happy! Meanwhile, he quickly mastered the deck stairs, and last I saw was doing a back wiggle in our grass enjoying his new environment!

A big thank you to all who donated for his and Freya’s treatments! We’ll keep all updated on his adapting to a home environment.

1 SEPTEMBER 2014: Hamish has completed his heartworm treatment and is now available for adoption! We we will know more about him when he moves to a foster home.

6 AUGUST 2014: Unfortunately, Hamish and his buddy, Freya, came to BREW with a number of health issues (heartworm positive, Lyme disease antibodies, hookworms, and Giardia). We’re working with our wonderful vets to get them healthy, and they will be moving into foster homes in a few weeks.

Needy beagles like Freya and Hamish are the ones who need BREW most, and we’re proud to have gotten them to safety and on the road to recovery. The truth is, however, that these desperately needy beagles are expensive to care for, and it’s only through our supporters’ generous donations that week can keep saving beagles like these. If you would like to help us offset the cost of Hamish’s care, please use the “sponsor” section to the lower right or click HERE. Thank you!

Original info: Hamish is new to BREW as of August 1st! He was a stray in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Hamish is 2 -3 years old, about 20 pounds, and people- and dog-friendly. He whined a bit in his crate, but he kept the crate clean for his 2 hour ride. Stay tuned as we get to know Hamish!

A big BREW “Arrrrrroooooo!” and “Thank You!” to Friends of Hamish and Freya for their generous donations: Ingrid Carlson, John and Rita Koch, Cary Nugent, James Grant, Roy Cox, Virginia Brooks, Oscar Merida, Megan West, Melissa Rohall, Thomas Calvo, Nancy Kline, Maureen Edwards, Virginia Mertzig, John Doyle, Ruth Davis, Michelle Connors, Donna Reynolds, Robin Van Mechelen, Leo Leparski, Nan Phillips, Sherman and Pamela Litten, Rick Fisher, Andrew Starzyk, Christine Pinson, Robert Simms, Elyse McCoy, Lucy Wise-Gladwell, Karen Gavidia, Melinda Way, Holland Bell, Mary Sokolowski, Carole Spurgin, Frances Battey, Elena Boshier, Michelle Walter, William Gray, Peter Frecknall, Gary Abosch, Dennis King for TSS Enterprises, Mary Scalone, Donelle Mayausky for Tray Me, Glenn Gable, Helen Barker, Michele Aimone, Rhonda Lehtinen, Scott Finkelstein, Heather Field, Kelly Weiss, Joan Vaughan, Cheri Davidson, Margaret Stahl, Megan O’Karma, Carol Bull, Michele Crecca, Jennifer Pesanelli, Terry Phillips, Sandra Phipps, Margaret Murphy, Charles Arismendi, Kevin Levanduski, Margaret Murphy, Monica Berlin, Brandi Hensley, Sandra Toscano, Richard Blevins, Jenifer Schreiner, Erin McGeever, Peggy Anuszewski, Robert Breece, Edward Farber, Stuart Weisberg, and Beth Cousino.





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Aug
2

5


Freya

Available Soon!

Age: 3 years

Gender: Female

1 SEPTEMBER 2014: Freya is feeling much better but still has a ways to go with her heartworm treatment, so she is not yet available for adoption.

6 AUGUST 2014: Unfortunately, Freya and her buddy, Hamish, came to BREW with a number of health issues (heartworm positive, Lyme disease antibodies, hookworms, and Giardia). We’re working with our wonderful vets to get them healthy, and they will be moving into foster homes in a few weeks.

Needy beagles like Freya and Hamish are the ones who need BREW most, and we’re proud to have gotten them to safety and on the road to recovery. The truth is, however, that these desperately needy beagles are expensive to care for, and it’s only through our supporters’ generous donations that week can keep saving beagles like these. If you would like to help us offset the cost of Freya’s care, please use the “sponsor” section to the lower right or click HERE. Thank you!

Original info: Freya is new to BREW as of August 1st! She was a stray in Fredericksburg, Virginia, and our vet estimates she is about 3 years old and 20 pounds.  She is very people- and dog-friendly, rides quietly in the car, and didn’t leave any messes in her crate after her 2 hour ride. Stay tuned as we get to know Freya!

A big BREW “Arrrrrroooooo!” and “Thank You!” to Friends of Freya and Hamish for their generous donations: Ingrid Carlson, John and Rita Koch, Cary Nugent, James Grant, Roy Cox, Virginia Brooks, Oscar Merida, Megan West, Melissa Rohall, Thomas Calvo, Nancy Kline, Maureen Edwards, Virginia Mertzig, John Doyle, Ruth Davis, Michelle Connors, Donna Reynolds, Robin Van Mechelen, Leo Leparski, Nan Phillips, Sherman and Pamela Litten, Rick Fisher, Andrew Starzyk, Christine Pinson, Robert Simms, Elyse McCoy, Lucy Wise-Gladwell, Karen Gavidia, Melinda Way, Holland Bell, Mary Sokolowski, Carole Spurgin, Frances Battey, Elena Boshier, Michelle Walter, William Gray, Peter Frecknall, Gary Abosch, Dennis King for TSS Enterprises, Mary Scalone, Donelle Mayausky for Tray Me, Glenn Gable, Helen Barker, Michele Aimone, Rhonda Lehtinen, Scott Finkelstein, Heather Field, Kelly Weiss, Joan Vaughan, Cheri Davidson, Margaret Stahl, Megan O’Karma, Carol Bull, Michele Crecca, Jennifer Pesanelli, Terry Phillips, Sandra Phipps, Margaret Murphy, Charles Arismendi, Kevin Levanduski, Margaret Murphy, Monica Berlin, Brandi Hensley, Sandra Toscano, Richard Blevins, Jenifer Schreiner, Erin McGeever, Peggy Anuszewski, Robert Breece, Edward Farber, Stuart Weisberg, and Beth Cousino.




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