Nittany Beagle Rescue - Our Beagles

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Our Beagles!

Instructions on how to adopt a beagle from Nittany Beagle Rescue and the adoption application form can be found on the Adopt a Beagle page.

Albert (the dog formerly known as Tucker)

Meet Albert! He used to be called Tucker, but his foster family thinks Albert is a more fitting name! Albert was surrendered to an area shelter because his person moved, but Nittany Beagle Rescue was able to take him. Albert is very affectionate. He's quite lively! He loves treats & he will sit for a treat. In one photo, a person is holding a treat for him & he would love to have it! Albert is good with children & other dogs (although big dogs scare him). He rides really well in a car. Albert is housetrained and is excellent in a crate. However, he does have some accidents that can be solved by him wearing a belly band. Albert goes all night without having an accident & he sleeps in the crate at night. Albert is a little guy - he only weighs about 22 lbs. Because he's an older fellow, he won't be placed in a home with young children. Albert is up-to-date on vaccines & neutered. Please give Albert his forever home! Click on his page to see another picture of Albert!

 

Gray Boy

UPDATE on Gray Boy: Gray Boy is now is a permanent foster home. Grey Boy has a terminal health condition, and his permanent foster home, who loves him very much, will take very good care of him. Nittany Beagle Rescue will continue to pay for his vet care. If you would like to make a contribution to Grey Boy's vet care, please click on his page to sponsor him. Hi! My name is Gray Boy! I am a very friendly male beagle mix! I'm great with the other dogs & cats that live there! I am such a sweetheart! I am very gentle! I love to play in water! I am already neutered & up-to-date on vaccines. At some point, someone was very mean to Gray Boy & tied or taped his mouth shut. You can see the scars around Gray Boy's muzzle. Gray Boy is housetrained & crate trained. Gray Boy is probably about 10 years old, and weighs about 30 lbs. Click on Gray Boy's page to see a different photo of him!

 

Jake

Meet Jake! He is a tricolor beagle & about 2 years old. Jake is such a sweet & loving boy and desperately needs a home! He was found with Molly, who is also available for adoption. When Molly & Jake first arrived at Nittany Beagle Rescue, they seemed very bonded. But we’ve had them for awhile & they are fine apart – as long as they get lots of attention from their people. Jake loves to sit on your lap! He can be a little insecure & timid in new situations, but then he warms up. Jake is an active, happy & playful dog, as most 2 year old beagles are. He loves to play tag. Jake is good with other dogs & cats. He has been exposed to children and seems quite good with them. However, he was found as a stray and so we don’t know how he would be with very young children (under 7), and so we will place him in a home with children aged 8 & older who know how to treat a dog, or a home with no children. We think Jake lived outside, & so he will need work on housetraining and house manners. Jake will run away if he gets loose, as most beagles do. So he needs to be in a securely fenced yard or on leash when outside. Jake likes to sleep in bed with his person at night. Jake responds well to praise. Jake is already neutered & up-to-date on vaccines. He is about 20 lbs.; he is small, but also very underweight & we are working on putting some weight on him. Jake desperately needs a home! Please think about making him part of your family! Click on Jake's page to see another photo of him!

 

Kelly

Hi! My name is Kelly & I'm an adorable 7-year old female tricolor beagle. I am a very sweet girl! I belonged to an older gentleman who was no longer able to keep me & several other beagles. I came to Nittany Beagle Rescue with my mother, Maxie, who is also available for adoption. We are not bonded & so we will be placed separately. I lived outside with my sister, Molly, who is available for adoption through Centre County PAWS. (My brother & father are also available for adoption through Centre County PAWS). But I am so ready to live in the house with my family! I am affectionate & easygoing! I get along well with other dogs. I've been exposed to children & am fine with them. I'm just a loving happy girl, & I need a home! I haven't been around cats, but I'm probably fine with them. I'm a little timid with new things. I'm not housetrained yet but I'm a smart girl. So my family just needs to have some patience while they teach me house manners. I am crate trained though. I ride well in a car. I will be spayed before I'm adopted. I'm living in a boarding kennel & desperately want to be part of a family! Please think about fostering me or making me a permanent part of your family! Click on my page to see a different photo of me!

 

Lady

Hi! My name is Lady & I'm a very sweet 10 year old female beagle. I'm very affectionate & loving! I'm also a happy & easygoing girl. I'm active & playful, & I like to play fetch & tug-of-war. I love my toys! (Sometimes I chew them up!) It may sound like a growl when you take my toy, but I'm not aggressive at all - that's just the sound I make. Lady is a sensitive soul. She was not raised with children, & since she is older, a home with all adults or teenagers would be best. Lady is housetrained, & used to going outside 3 times a day. Lady will bark at the door to let you know when she needs to go outside. Lady was raised as a hunter, so it's important that she not get loose outside. She LOVES to go for walks! Lady is starved for attention & while she has lived with other dogs all her life, she would prefer to be the only dog. When out on a walk, it's best to introduce her to other dogs slowly. She is fine with cats, but will chase them. At night, Lady will sleep somewhere in the house - maybe in bed with her person, or maybe on the sofa. It might be necessary to crate her since she can open some refrigerator & cabinet doors. She is OK with that, but she wants to be with her people & so it's important that she be with her people after they get home from work. The best way to get Lady to listen is to praise her & offer treats. Please think about making Lady part of your family! She is about 25 lbs. & will fit right in! Click on Lady's page to see a photo of her with her toy!

 

Maxie

Hi! My name is Maxie & I'm an very sweet 8-year old female tricolor beagle. I am a very loving girl! I belonged to an older gentleman who was no longer able to keep me & several other beagles. I came to Nittany Beagle Rescue with my daughter, Kelly, who is also available for adoption. We are not bonded & so we will be placed separately. But I am so ready to live in the house with my family! I am affectionate & easygoing! I'm also playful & active! I get along well with other dogs. I've been exposed to children & am fine with them. I'm just a loving, happy girl, & I need a home! I haven't been around cats, but I'm probably fine with them. I lived outside all my life, although I did come in the house on really cold nights. I'm not housetrained yet but I'm a smart girl. So my family just needs to have some patience while they teach me house manners. I am crate trained though. I ride well in a car. I will be spayed before I'm adopted. I'm living in a boarding kennel & desperately want to be part of a family! Please think about fostering me or making me a permanent part of your family! Click on my page to see a different photo of me!

 

Molly

Meet Molly! She is a tricolor beagle & about 2 years old. She is such a sweet & loving girl and desperately needs a home! She was found with Jake, who is also available for adoption. When Molly & Jake first arrived at Nittany Beagle Rescue, they seemed very bonded. But we’ve had them for awhile & they are fine apart – as long as they get lots of attention from their people. Molly loves to be with people, but she is also very active & energetic! Molly is a playful, happy dog! She loves to play tag. Molly is good with other dogs & cats. She has been exposed to children and seems quite good with them. However, she was found as a stray and so we don’t know how she would be with very young children (under 7), and so we will place her in a home with children aged 8 & older who know how to treat a dog, or a home with no children. We think Molly lived outside, & so she will need work on housetraining and house manners. Sometimes she will whine when she needs to go outside. Molly will run away is she gets loose, as most beagles do. So she needs to be in a securely fenced yard or on leash when outside. Molly likes to sleep in bed with her person at night. Molly responds well to praise. Molly is already spayed & up-to-date on vaccines. She is about 20 lbs.; she is small, but also very underweight & we are working on putting some weight on her. Molly desperately needs a home! Please think about making her part of your family! Click on Molly’s page to see another photo of her!

 

Nancy Anne

Hi! My name is Nancy Anne & I'm the sweetest girl! I'm about 7 years old & I'm probably a beagle mix. I'm a mild mannered girl & I love to be with my people! I'm very sensitive to my person's needs. I also love to cuddle & to be brushed! I also love toys! I've had a very rough life! I was abused & neglected earlier in my life. I was starved & now I tend to eat too much. (I'm on a diet now). In my prior life, I was kept in a dog box outside with no insulation. Also, I was hit by a tractor & tailor when I was young, & so my nasal cavity is messed up. When I breath heavy it sounds like I'm growling, but it's just my nasal cavity. Nancy Anne has been exposed to children & was good with them when they visited. Nancy Anne has had such a hard life! She would love to be the only dog so she can get lots of attention. We think a home where she can lean against her person & be petted & brushed & loved would be perfect for her! She seems to be fine with cats. On walks she seems fine with small dogs, but bigger dogs scare her. She is housetrained & spayed. At the vet's office, she didn't like it when they lifted her to the table & restrained her. So it's possible Nancy Anne doesn't like to be lifted or cornered. Nancy Anne is sometimes possessive over her food, which is natural for a dog who has been starved. Please think about making Nancy Anne part of your family! Click on her page to see another photo of her.

 

Nora

Hi! My name is Nora & I'm a very sweet 10-year old female red & white beagle. I'm such a sweet girl! I'm an affectionate & loving dog! And I'm a happy girl, too! I love to be petted & to have my belly rubbed! I'm good with other dogs & cats. I'm also good with children. I am housetrained & crate trained. When I need to go outside, I will stand at the door. So if you don't see me, I may have an accident (since you didn't let me out!). I'm used to going out every 4-6 hours. If you are gone all day, it's fine to crate me (to make sure I don't have an accident in the home). But I can roam free in the home if you are gone for a few hours and at night. I enjoy being on the couch, and I may even want to sleep with you! I walk well on a leash - which is unusual for a beagle. I will escape out the door & wander off, so you have to be very careful about opening the door. It would be best to have a double entry system so I can't get out. I need a new home because my people are moving to a city, and it wasn't a good situation for me. While I get along fine with other dogs, I don't like to eat around them. I just like my own space when enjoying my meals. I am already spayed. Please think about making me part of your family! Click on my page to see a different photo of me!