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Pennsylvania - Alburtis
Gabbie
Age: 8-9 months
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED 7/2/19 - THE LAMPERTI FAMILY

A sister to Yuki (adopted), she is an energetic pup who proved to be too active for the working couple who adopted her. Would do great in a home with other dogs or someone who uses doggie daycare a couple times a week.

A bigger girl at probably 16-17" at the shoulder, about 35#.

This beagle is sponsored by: Rob Odorisio & Robbie Young in memory of Pete and Jack and Cold Nose Lodge Doggie Daycare

Contact Rayne of SOS Beagle Rescue at 610-965-3647 email: Rayne@coldnoselodge.com
PA-548105

Pennsylvania - Alburtis
Shania
Age: 1-1/2 yr.
Sex: female
spayed

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Shania is sweet, but a bit boisterous. Might knock a toddler down in her haste to get to them for loving.

Shania, a lanky gal that is all go go go. Loves to play and loves toys. OK with kids but a bit jumpy. No real house manners yet so will need a committed owner to tame this adorable “wild” child. Suggest crate training and lots of exercise. OK on the leash but training will help.

Shania was clean in her crate.

This beagle is sponsored by: Jeff Dreiblatt in memory of Earl, Otis, Huey and Barney and Cold Nose Lodge Doggie Daycare

Contact Rayne of SOS Beagle Rescue at 610-965-3647 email: Rayne@coldnoselodge.com
PA-3757166

Pennsylvania - Bethlehem
Olivia
Age: 3 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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Olivia is quite shy with strangers, and until we've had a chance to evaluate her further, can go only to a home with no children, as we feel their activity could be stressful for her. She is good with other dogs, didn't bother the cat, accepts her crate and keeps it clean.

This beagle is sponsored by: Jeff Dreiblatt in memory of Earl, Otis, Huey and Barney

Contact Joanne of SOS Beagle Rescue at 610-217-2701 email: jofabey@aol.com
PA-355187

New Jersey - Atco
Justice
Age: 1 - 2 yrs.
Sex: male
neutered

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Justice is a bigger boy, 32 lbs and still quite the puppy even though he's around 1-2 years. It is so cute to see him walking around with a stuffy in his mouth. He adores all attention and has been around older kids above 10. Not a big jumper, strong on the lead and could use manners. He has spent time kenneled st Beth's and heads to doggy daycare this week so house manners unknown.

He can be ruled a bit by his recently removed boy parts. By this we mean he can be slightly overbearing with other male dogs, mostly seen if they aren't neutered or have been recently neutered. He doesn't give them much personal space and unless watched may get "scrappy" over food with other dogs.

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-625107

New Jersey - Atco
Mia
Age: 8 mo.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE VIVO FAMILY - 8/1/19

Mia is a sweetheart. She is coming out of her shell and isn’t scared anymore. She has yet to whine or bark and sleeps through the night. She doesn’t seem to be that into food- eating only half of her food and treats!”

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-587206

New Jersey - Atco
Lily
Age: 2 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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She just completed her heartworm treatment and hold thanks to awesome fosters Christine and Bruce. Here is her latest info from Christine. What a way with words!

Hello beagle lovers! Wanted to write to all of you to tell you about myself. My name is Lily which I answer to and understand that is my given name. However, my foster mom (FM) and dad (FD) sometimes call me Lily May, Tasmanian Devil, Miss Sassy Pants, Dog Bed Destroyer and just plain Crazy Girl. I have finished my heartworm treatment and I feel great! Being in the crate for the month was not too bad. FM would give me some Melatonin to help with the boredom and the bully chew sticks worked wonders to help the days pass. I was good in my crate EXCEPT for some reason the dog beds were so much fun to chew up and get the stuffing all over the inside of the crate. FM just shook her head at me both times I did it. She put a bed pillow in there and I love sleeping on that. No more ripping up stuff in the crate. I eat my meals in my crate and that has been just fine with me. FD did not want me to get any bad habits from my foster brothers and sister....I guess they eat like it is their last meal. During the treatment, they would take me outside on leash and would tell me "Go potty" over and over. I understood that pretty quickly. Now the treatment is done and I am doing pretty good. Only one accident in the house because no one was paying attention. Oops. We have a doggy door here and I do use that but also if I start sniffing around it is time for me to go outside. Per the beagle standard, be patient with me when I go outside because if I smell something cool, I am off and sniffing. Just tell me those famous words and I will get the job done. I have five foster siblings here and that has been great. They are on the "senior" side so my younger demeanor has probably driven them a little crazy. The alpha female black lab (Jersey) loves to lay on the ground and we play. Scout (puggle) and I have fun wrestling with the different dog toys. The older ones I give some attention to but I think they just want to be left alone. Their loss. I am very curious and that has gotten me into a wee bit of trouble. I have ripped apart the dog beds (I was bored), ripped apart some toilet paper rolls (how fun was that), found FM's slippers (who needs those?) and chewed on them, and the piece de reistance...anything on the floor ends up in my mouth which turns into a game of tag in the house to catch me. How fun is that to watch the two of them try to get me out from under the dining room table. I hear them talking about me and they have said things like ...So much fun and young dog energy, would probably be better with kids six and up, would be great with a dog companion that likes to play, and the new family will have to make sure anything potentially dangerous needs to be put away. I am a little "mouthy" when I play and FM and FD have been working on that with me. I am just having so much fun being able to play now! I love my FD and every man that has come over to visit has gotten extra attention from me. After breakfast and outside potty time, I love sitting on the couch with FD and getting some loves from him. I am not much of a couch potato until my energy is done and then I can hang out on the couch. I got a bath the other day in the shower and that did not go over too well. I am not sure if the water was too "loud" or maybe somewhere in my memory a shower is not a good thing? but I think I startled FM because I got a little snappy with her. I did not mean to, but it just kinda happened. She seemed to understand and we finished up in the sink. FD came and talked so sweet to me while that was happening and that helped. After the bath they got a towel out and started to dry me and I got scared again. I am hoping that I will be able to calm down for baths in the future because it really did feel great. I love my bedtime snack (after potty time) of vanilla wafers or graham crackers. I like watermelon and strawberries too! We have not been able to do much walking because of the treatment and now it is raining. My FD is going to try to get me on a short walk this week when the weather clears. I will miss FM, FD, and my foster brothers and sisters but it is time for me to find my forever family so they can help another beagle out! If you are looking for a fun, energetic, bundle of surprises, I am your dog!

No young children at this time as she still has some residual pain from the injection site and if manhandled at the injection site gets testy.


See ya soon,
Lily (don't know what a Tasmanian Devil is but that was my first nickname)

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-5640176

New Jersey - Atco
Lady
Age: 2-3 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE WAIDELICH FAMILY = 7/21/19

From Sevierville, TN, Lady was found locked in a hot car. Police and Animal Control were called and retrieved her but her owners never came to claim her. Lady is new to our program. Good with other dogs but afraid of the cat -- she won't even walk by the cat if the cat is looking at her! Appears housetrained.

This beagle is sponsored by: Donna Monek in memory of Kasey & Maggie

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-5343176

New Jersey - Atco
Miss Maisel
Age: 3 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE LEVIN FAMILY - 8/19/19

Sweet little 23# girl came into the program heartworm positive. Almost ready for her 30 day followup and available on a foster to adopt now, with permanent adoption after 8/6.

Ms. Maisel loves spending time with her foster sister and brother, two SOS alumni. They play together and love to run around chasing each other. She does well in her crate, but hasn't totally figured out this housetraining thing. Her foster parents haven't picked up her cues to be let out, but she does use the pee pads they have placed for her. She walks fine on a leash, but would love a fenced in yard to play in!! She's not very vocal, considering she's a beagle, but will bark to point out a rabbit or squirrel
on the property. She loves to cuddle and lie around,and is very docile and sweet. Her foster mom says her furever family will be lucky to have her, she's a keeper!!

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-5121107

New Jersey - Atco
Ben
Age: 9 mo.
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE RERES FAMILY AND K9 BROTHER MILO - 7/16/19

17# chocolate boy. A repeat stray but this time the owner didn't come to claim him. Clean in his crate, good with other dogs, wants to be friends with the cat. Just arrived 6/29 so still getting to know him.

This beagle is sponsored by: Michael Sardilli and Scooter in Memory of Scamper

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-4940115

New Jersey - Atco
Fig
Age: 3-4 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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Hi to all of you! My name is Fig and I also answer to Ms. Figgy and Fig Newton. I have only been with my foster family for less than a week and it has been a great time! Foster mom and dad (FM and FD) have been so nice to me and so have my canine foster brothers and sister. I am an all-around great dog if I say so myself. The first day or two I was recovering from my surgery so I was quiet. After getting comfortable, I have let my hair down and shown my sunny personality. I have learned the doggy door routine and do great in my crate at night. I am pretty good with the whole potty thing and it helps when FM and FD remind me sometimes. I have not annoyed my canine companions and would be great with or without another dog. FD loves my puppy dog green eyes and droopy ears and I have won him over with my grateful attitude. I have only barked a little at the visiting deer in the front yard and when the UPS guy shows up. Of course, with five other dogs around it is catchy to bark with them. We babysat a young dog today and I was okay with his puppy antics. I LOVE my humans though. I was a little hesitant at first to be picked up and held on their laps, but now I love it! I settle in next to them on the couch and love getting my face, under my neck and behind my ears scratched. I have been on a couple of walks and I did pretty well. Of course I wanted to sniff things but with gentle correction I kept walking straight and did not pull. I like playing outside and love hanging out in the house too. Thunder kinda makes me a little nervous so I might need someone to be with me during potty time if it is storming. I am so happy to just be simply loved. My tail is always wagging and I would love to become a part of your tribe—in whatever form that comes in.

Sweet Fig got the all clear after have two skin issues removed. One was an old scar tissue and the other a simple skin tag. She is adoption ready and heading to NJ this Friday. Loves everyone, was originally shy but just look at her open up. Clean in her kennel, house training unknown at this time. Good with other dogs. A beautiful mahogany gal around 20-24 lbs.

Picture taken on ride home from surgery, so still groggy.

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-4643196

New Jersey - Atco
Bart
Age: 10-14 wks.
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTION PENDING - THE TIBBOT FAMILY - 8/18/19 -
Bart will go home when medically released but his adoption has been finalized

Not for a first-time owner, Bart came into our program as a stray but was not with his littermates or mom long enough to learn manners. He'll require an experienced owner willing to provide discipline and consistancy and at least one other dog in the house to correct him when he gets too excited. No children under 10 at this time until he learns some more manners. On the small side -- should mature at about 20# or less.

This beagle is sponsored by: Eileen & Ed Wisniewski in memory of Arthur & Perkins

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 865-607-1990 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-453896

New Jersey - Atco
Barbie
Age: 3 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE BART FAMILY - 8/10/19

Barbie was pulled from a rural area shelter in TN. Barbie isn’t looking for her Ken, but her forever family instead. She is a sweet approx 3 year old girl. She hasn’t had a single accident in her current foster home, doing great on her schedule and crate training (doesn’t even make a peep at night 😮). She is very sweet with other dogs, people, and children. She is perfectly content with a soft spot to lay and behind the ear pets. However she also loves fetching her tennis balls all over the yard. Whatever mood your in, lazy or active, Barbie is always up for it. Her foster parents say whoever ends up with this girl will have hit the jackpot!

This beagle is sponsored by: Mike and Elaine McCool in memory of Jessie

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-4242196

New Jersey - Atco
Tuck
Age: 1 yr.
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE RIKER/TETER FAMILY - 7/14/19

Tuck is a handsome devil, new to our program.

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-3942176

New Jersey - Atco
Sylvia
Age: 3-4 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE SHELTON FAMILY - 7/6/19

Arrived 6/15
Very shy lemon and white girl- submissive dribbles if you reach for her too suddenly, but the tail is always wagging -- give her some time and go slowly with her and you'll have a devoted companion.

This beagle is sponsored by: Jeff Dreiblatt in memory of Earl, Otis, Huey and Barney

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-372475

New Jersey - Jackson
Jerry
Age: young
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE HAGER FAMILY - 8/8/19

Found with Ben, a bit bigger at 22#. Strayed once too often. Sits on command. Good in his crate.

Typical puppy, he'll chew, make a pest of himself trying to get older dogs to play.

His foster mom writes: Jerry should be the mascot for the LG appliance company. His motto is Life is Good. He begins his day running to the door to our backyard for a morning run. Then our older dog, Gypsy, arrives at our backyard and he begins to annoy her by getting in her face. She growls at him, he leaves her and life is good. This is followed by him wolfing down breakfast and then running to the backyard again. Life is good. He begins his daily routine searching for squirrels and birds. He sees them in the trees and he jumps on the tree and occasionally barks. Life is good. He reluctantly comes in 5 minutes after I call him knowing he would not be able to go out while I am at work. Then I come home and the routine begins again. Life is good.

He is smart and learns quickly. He gets excited when seeing children. This can be intimidating to small children. He is housetrained.

This beagle is sponsored by: Donna Monek in memory of Kasey & Maggie

Contact Deby of SOS Beagle Rescue at 732-363-6009 email: findleyd2@aol.com
NJ-3541115

New Jersey - Atco
Tin
Age: young
Sex: male
neutered

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Tin is young and energetic and in need of some training. He can be a bit gruff when meeting new dogs, but once familiar he settles down. Not yet housetrained -- so new to our program we haven't had time to work with him yet.

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-341206

New Jersey - Atco
Savannah
Age: 1 yr.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE AGRO FAMILY WITH K9 SISTERS HOLLY AND CASEY - 7/22/19

Savannah is sweet, friendly good with dogs. Really still a puppy. Runs and plays and some "crazy dog" runs as well. She walks on hind legs when on leash if people around for pets

Positive for Lyme, and antibiotics will be sent to finish out her treatment for it.

21#

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-1847176

New Jersey - Jackson
Duke Roy
Age: 3-4 yrs.
Sex: male
neutered

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Meet bluetick Duke Roy, hw negative, low 20 lbs, a stray with no real house history. He has been good with all dogs he has met and loves people plus attention knows a leash but could use work. Medium energy. Pulled by a rescue friend from a full shelter in KY. Things fell into place as volunteer Laura was in the area for work and saw the plea. FATE.

Housetrained in his foster home, but occasionally shows signs of fearfulness when outside and called in.

Contact Deby of SOS Beagle Rescue at 732-363-6009 email: findleyd2@aol.com
NJ-157196

New Jersey - Atco
Annabelle
Age: 5 mos.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE BRIGHT FAMILY - 7/20/19

Annabelle can be somewhat reserved but so sweet. Once she warms up to you she is putty in your hands. She is around 5 months old and still has some growing to do. A Good Samaritan found her in the road in the rain and stopped to save her. She will initially bark when crated. Very few accidents in her kennel. Other dogs good, cats unknown, really young kids may be too much for her, what a soulful sweetie.

This beagle is sponsored by: Rob Odorisio & Robbie Young in memory of Pete and Jack

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-1537115

New Jersey - Browns Mills
Ashley
Age: 3
Sex: female
spayed

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Pretty chocolate girl. Ashley is a super sweet girl who loves her people! She craves snuggling and attention. She wants to play, but hasn't quite figured out toys. Because she loves her people and food so much, she gets jealous of other dogs very easily and protective around food. She would probably be best as an only dog so she can enjoy all the attention for herself. She's good with kids ages 7 and 11. A bit of a jumper because she's so excited to see you! No accidents in the house while fostered in TN and is learning the dog door.

Ashley was originally scheduled to attend an adoption event at Lakewood Toyota this Sunday, but that event was CANCELLED by Lakewood Toyota and no new date has been planned.

This beagle is sponsored by: Mike and Elaine McCool in memory of Jessie

Contact Sue of SOS Beagle Rescue at 609-471-1267 - if mailbox is full try 609-735-0945 email: suemac9713@aol.com
NJ-123975

New Jersey - Cranbury
Suzie
Age: 1 - 1-1/2 yrs.
Sex: female
spayed

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ADOPTED BY THE BRINO FAMILY - 6/11/19

Suzie’s brother Clem was being given away free on craigslist and we snatched him up (he's been adopted). We found out the owner had the sister that he planned to breed in order to make some quick cash. We raised donations and purchased her from him in order to keep her from becoming a breeder dog.

She is now spayed and ready for her furever home. A little tentative with new people, she will sometimes dribble a bit submissively if approached too quickly by a stranger, but a lovebug.

This beagle is sponsored by: Maryann Seiber in memory of husband Ted and our beagles Sammie, Cindy and Bonnie

Contact Sandra of SOS Beagle Rescue at 609-658-0205 email: skearney@Princeton.edu
NJ-1015105

New Jersey - Atco
Bogey
Age: 2-4 yrs.
Sex: male
neutered

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ADOPTED BY THE DACOSTA FAMILY - 8/18/19

His TN foster reports: Bogey is a very social boy. Loves every one he meets. He loves other dogs of all sizes, but when playing with larger dogs he tends to play too hard and get overexcited. Bogey would do well with another nonreactive dog. He loves toys and will hoard them but seemed fine if one of the other dogs robbed his stash. He plays hard and sleeps hard. Each night I could count on him to grab a favorite toy and come to the side of the bed asking to be lifted up. He likes to be cuddled when he sleeps. Bogey needs to be crated when left alone as he can be a bit destructive when he gets bored. His feelings get hurt easily so be easy on the scolding. He still needs work on house training. Maybe crating during the night until he gets used to going outside. He would do fine during the day with going outside with the other dogs and using the bathroom when they went, but I could count on Bogey to leave me a little puddle in the kitchen at night.

Contact Linda of SOS Beagle Rescue at 856-336-2520 email: sosbeagles@juno.com
NJ-0876

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