Current Beagles for Rehoming

///Current Beagles for Rehoming
Current Beagles for Rehoming 2019-02-07T13:44:09+00:00

The Beagle Club of Queensland Beagle rehoming service is provided to assist in rehoming Beagles in Queensland. As we are affiliated with Dogs Queensland, we are only able to provide this service to purebred beagles. The club will require evidence of the dog being a purebred beagle before we will assist with the rehoming. The preferred evidence is the beagle’s pedigree number and parents. If this is not available, we will require a photo of the beagle to confirm the beagle is purebred.

All Beagles rehomed by the Beagle Club of Queensland have been desexed, vaccinated, wormed and microchipped prior to being rehomed. They will also have been checked by a Veterinarian and will be in a condition suitable for rehoming, as well as a behaviour assessment to determine their personality and behaviour needs.

Phoebe’s Information Form

Name: Phoebe
Age: 7 years
Sex: Female
Colour: Tricolour
Cost: $150

Reason for rehoming: Previous owner moving overseas due to health problems.
Current medical condition: Good health
Additional information: Phoebe bonds well to humans and other dogs. Even though she can sometimes think she is the little boss, she plays and bonds well to the other dogs she currently lives with.
Note: As these two beagles have lived together their whole lives, they will be rehomed together.

complete this form to adopt Buddy and Phoebe

Buddy’s Information Form

Name: Buddy
Age: 7 years
Sex: Male
Colour: Tricolour
Cost: $150

Reason for rehoming: Previous owner moving overseas due to health problems.
Current medical condition: Buddy has mild Irritable Bowel Syndrome that is easily managed through a grain-free diet.
Additional information: Buddy bonds well to humans and other dogs, and enjoys his walks and plays with other dogs of all breeds on his daily trips to the park. He can bark excitably when hungry but he also responds well to commands and ceases upon instruction.
Note: As these two beagles have lived together their whole lives, they will be rehomed together.

complete this form to adopt Buddy and Phoebe

Adopting a Beagle

All Beagles rescued by the Beagle Club of Queensland have been desexed, vaccinated, wormed and microchipped prior to being rehomed. They will also have been checked by a Veterinarian and will be in a condition suitable for rehoming, as well as a behaviour assessment to determine their personality and behaviour needs.

Adopt a Beagle

Rehoming your Beagle

So we can place your Beagle on this rehoming web site, we will require information about your Beagle/s and your preferences for their new home.

For questions about the Beagle Club of Queensland rehoming service, contact us

Find a new home for your Beagle