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Albert - Fostered in Kansas City

Adult Beagle
Albert lived in a tiny wooden pen until just a few short weeks ago. He is only five years old. Initially you would have thought he was m... show more
Albert lived in a tiny wooden pen until just a few short weeks ago. He is only five years old. Initially you would have thought he was much older by his demeanor. He weighs in at 32 lbs. We have found, through his vet visit, that he has a food allergy which has caused him to have ear problems, probably for his entire life. Getting Albert on the right food and the antibiotics to clear up the yeast infection has allowed him to hear things much better. We are sure he was never able to hear before.  A whole new world opened up filled with people who will have the opportunity to love him. He is slow to respond to affection until he feels safe. He literally trembled, fearful of the change from the tiny wooden pen. Now he runs and romps, wrestling with the other dogs in the grass. Grass is another thing we’re sure he had never known before. We have noticed he has a hunter’s nose and a beautiful beagle voice! Albert also does very well on a leash, but he is fearful when the neighborhood big dogs bark as we walk. We are sure he will outgrow it as he becomes more secure and confident. Albert will be much happier in a home with another dog. He would be great with children and mature people as he is the most amazingly patient beastie imaginable. He does not jump up on anyone or anything, even if encouraged to do so. Albert just looks at you with those incredibly soulful eyes as if to say, you are my whole world. He is a beautiful dog, tri-color, sturdy, low to the ground and strong, but easy to carry. UPDATE~~~~~~ Albert is potty trained and he is doing very well. He is kennel trained and it is surprising that that came so easily as he lived in a small pen all his life. Albert is neutered, up to date on shots, microchipped and ready for his new home.  His adoption fee is $400.00 and you can apply for him at www.bassetandbeagle.org show less
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Ally Grace - Fostered in Omaha

Female Young Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Rat Terrier (mixed)
Are you looking for a best friend who won't ever leave your side....literally? We are talking glue, Velcro, magnet, and steel!  Then All... show more
Are you looking for a best friend who won't ever leave your side....literally? We are talking glue, Velcro, magnet, and steel!  Then Ally Grace is your girl! She wins the award for giving the most cuddles, because this 40 pound gal made of muscle believes she is a 15 pound lap dog! Ally is estimated to be over a year old and came from a shelter in MO with no history. She immediately clung to all of her foster humans, and that includes children. The only reason her paws leave the ground is because she jumps up to hug you. She is the perfect mix of play and relax. She gets her occasional zoomies and will love to play with toys but knows how to wind down and keep your lap warm on the couch.  As much as she adores humans, she is still unsure about other dogs. She simply doesn't have confidence in being introduced to them. Once she gets used to another dog and gets to greet them properly outside, she wants to play! She will need a home that is understanding of dog behavior and willing to work with her on continued socialization. We recommend no small or senior dogs, as she does not understand their fragile state and thinks they can play. (Cats are unknown) Ally would do best in a home that has time for her to be by their side. She is kennel trained but since she has a new freedom, she loves to be out and about by her humans. After overcoming UTIs, Ally is potty trained as long as you make sure she goes outside. In her usual clingy self, she gets so excited to be by you, she may just follow you back in without doing her duty. Ally has undergone heartworm treatment since she was positive when she came to us.  She will need to take a monthly heartworm prevention pill each month like every other dog for her continued care.  She would love any human that gave her the attention she so greatly deserves. This giant cuddle bug will be available at the end of May with a blood test due end of June. Ally is spayed, up to date on shots, microchipped and done with her heartworm treatment.  If interested in adopting Ally please fill out an application at www.bassetandbeagle.org.  Her adoption fee is $350.00.  A very generous donor has paid for Ally's adoption fee!  Anyone that is approved to adopt her will be able to take advantage of this adoption being paid ! show less
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Biggie Bow Wow

Male Adult Beagle
Biggie Bow Wow here. First, I’ll tell you how I got my name.  I got lost or I was dumped or something and I was wandering around.  Some... show more
Biggie Bow Wow here. First, I’ll tell you how I got my name.  I got lost or I was dumped or something and I was wandering around.  Some children found me. The family tried to find my owner but no luck.  The children named me Biggie.  I dunno why.  I’m not a big guy and I’m not a rapper.  Anyway, my first foster kept that name in honor of the little kids who rescued me.  My next foster mom added Bow Wow added for fun.  I like it, but you can call me anything you want if you pet me and say nice things to me. I am a tri-color beagle, and I get along with other dogs well.  I have a big yard here, and I like to explore but I’m sedate and quiet about it. Usually.  I do join the pack in barking at squirrels and saying hello to the neighbor dogs. I generally around.  I’m not a demanding fellow, I just like to stay quietly in the background.  When I came to Nebraska, I was heartworm positive.  I have gone through my heartworm treatment now.  All dogs should have heartworm preventative every month.  I love my walks.  I am doggy door house broken at my foster home and do pretty well.  I don’t mind the crate.  I’m neutered, vaccinated, and chipped.  I am fostered on southeast Nebraska.  Biggie is about a 4 years old, up to date on shots, neutered and microchipped.  He goes through the 2nd and 3rd shots on June 23rd and 24th. He will be available for adoption after that. His adoption fee is $400.00 and you can apply for him at www.bassetandbeagle.org show less
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Clyde Boudreaux - Fostered in Omaha

Male Adult Beagle
With the warmer weather starting, are you looking for a project?  One that will give you extreme pleasure with each step forward?  Meet... show more
With the warmer weather starting, are you looking for a project?  One that will give you extreme pleasure with each step forward?  Meet Clyde Boudreaux.  Clyde is a 20 lb, 6-year-old beagle that needs a lot of work.  When he first came into rescue he was absolutely terrified of people and wouldn't leave his kennel and wouldn't eat. We have made a lot of exciting baby steps already, but he will be a long-term project.  Is he still scared of people?  Yes.  Does he still have accidents in the house? Yes.  BUT, he now leaves him kennel and will lay on the couch or dog bed.  He is eating and will even take chicken from your hand (he loves chicken).  He no longer runs for the hills when you approach (with slow steps or your back towards him).  He will allow you to pet him but he's still not sure about it.  He will go outside and come back in on his own (with an open door or a dog door so long as you don't watch him).  Each one of these are huge steps that have caused me extreme pleasure to see, but I know that we can't be his forever home and he deserves his own family to take these steps with him.  Of course, we will still love him as our own and we get excited for each new step until his family is found, but why wait?  Clyde loves other dogs and is starting to figure out toys (squeaky toys in the middle of the night are the best)!  Clyde is available for adoption and if he's a project you might be interested in, give him a chance to become the happy, secure, loved dog we know he can be.  'Life's biggest rewards come from the biggest challenges.' (Greg Behrendt)  You can apply at www.bassetandbeagle.org.  Clyde Boudreaux's adoption fee is $375.   Clyde is up to date on shots, neutered and microchipped. show less
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Copper - Fostered in SE Missouri

Male Young Coonhound (Unknown Type)
Copper’s Story: Copper the coon hound, showed up last September at a Good Samaritans house, starved and skittish. The family began feedi... show more
Copper’s Story: Copper the coon hound, showed up last September at a Good Samaritans house, starved and skittish. The family began feeding him and got him in better health. Through November and December they attempted to get him to come indoors when it was really cold, but Copper was too scared (he slept in a plastic Igloo). When they noticed Copper had scratches on him one day in the winter, they carried him in the house, and Cooper learned to use the doggie door .  In the spring, they took him to the vet and got all his shots, did a HW test (negative), and found out from the vet that he wasn’t even a year old yet! For a long while, Copper would not leave the living room, but recently, he has begun exploring further, and he’ll even come over and cuddle. He walks well in a harness on a leash (not great on a collar and leash—he just freezes), he’s pottying okay, eats well, and is gentle as a lamb with all the resident  beagles and basset mixes. He is still very skittish but sweet but has come a long way. Currently Copper is in a boarding-like situation. He gets walked twice a day for at least thirty minutes each time).  He is very sweet and wants nothing more in the world than to be a couch potato with his person all day.  He walks well in the fenced in backyard without a leash with his person at a close distance.  After his walk, Copper goes back to his indoor/oudoor kennel or he plops at the back door to the house and whines to get in. Copper wants to play with the little dogs, but we let them out separately because Copper is so much bigger and playful that he scares them. He is not snappy or aggressive with them, but they get annoyed and growl at him. Copper is still so young and playful he would do great with either need a bigger-like-him fur brother or sister in his furever home…or older kids. He’s a tall boy with quite a bit of strength. Copper must be potty trained because he does NOT pee or poop even in the concrete run.  He can hold it all day until I let him out to play after work. With his vetting and his pure-bred good looks (he really is GORGEOUS) someone will snap him up in a heartbeat.  We are still working on fattening him up but with his love of food we hope to get him chubby soon! Copper is available for adoption, neutered, up to date on shots, microchipped.  His adoption fee is $400.00 and you can apply at www.bassetandbeagle.org show less
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Duffy - Fostered in Omaha

Male Adult Beagle
HELLO FUREVER FAMILIES! My name is Duffy, and I am about 2-3 years old. I am the cutest 27 pounds of Beagle you will ever see! I came in... show more
HELLO FUREVER FAMILIES! My name is Duffy, and I am about 2-3 years old. I am the cutest 27 pounds of Beagle you will ever see! I came into rescue as a stray so I never knew when or if I was going to eat, or where I was going to sleep. I also became infected with little bugs called heartworms.  Since being rescued, I don’t have to worry about any of those things anymore. And the wonderful people at BBRH are making sure all those little bugs are gone before I get adopted. Since being rescued, I learned how amazing it is to have someone take care of me, rub my belly, and cuddle me. I adore the petting and cuddling I get from humans. I also love the little humans, called “grandchildren,” who come to visit me every other weekend-they are so much fun! I have learned a lot of commands since coming into rescue like, “outside,” “no,” and “leave it.” I do okay on walks but could probably use some more practice.   I also love running around the backyard and chasing my foster fur-siblings! I’m still learning how to play with other dogs. I get scared if they are bigger than me or if they play too roughly. I often explore the backyard looking for bunnies. And I really LOVE toys. I’m really good at playing fetch-I bring the toys right back to the humans. I do okay in a kennel, but it’s not my favorite place to be. I’m housebroken but sometimes I forget to go potty outside. My perfect FUREVER home would give me LOTS of cuddle time and play time. Will you be my FUREVER family so we can play and cuddle forever? Duffy is available for adoption to a family who is willing to finish his Heartworm treatment (BBRH pays).  He is up to date on shots, neutered and microchipped.  His adoption fee is $400 and you can apply at www.bassetandbeagle.org. show less
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Elsa and Anna - Fostered in Omaha

Female Adult Beagle
Anna and Elsa are sisters who came to BBRH from a breeder in November 2021.  Their ‘usefulness’ was gone since they were too old to mass... show more
Anna and Elsa are sisters who came to BBRH from a breeder in November 2021.  Their ‘usefulness’ was gone since they were too old to mass produce more puppies. They still, after 6 months, do not trust humans so they will need lots of space, patience, and guidance.  They have come a LONG way already and will require a home that will continue to build their confidence and trust.  They are both around 25 pounds and almost 7 years old.  They do get along with some dogs, size really doesn’t matter it is more the disposition.  They prefer dogs that are chill and not too playful.  Elsa is making a little more progress than Anna in trusting humans and will take treats from you outside the Kennel.  Anna prefers her treats to be left on the ground or taken from you if she is in her kennel.  They both like to sleep in the same kennel, but occasionally Elsa will go to another one.  Anna and Elsa have a much different life now that they are not stuck in a kennel, however they do still feel comfort and safe in a kennel.  They will sneak a toy or two and hide them in their bed. Elsa will walk around with a toy in her mouth crying like it’s a baby and eventually hide it where it is safe.  They have both met kids and like adults do not trust them and prefer to just be left alone. They have not met cats but based on their disposition would most likely not even be interested. After 6 years of being kenneled, potty training is an ongoing process and will take lots of patience.  They will go outside if you tell them to go outside and go potty but will not ask. Elsa on occasion has rung the bell by the door.  You must give them space to go outside, if you are standing by the door, they will hesitate but eventually trust you enough to at least go out with you just holding the door open.  When they come back in, they prefer you to open the door and walk away asking them to come inside.  They prefer a path from the kennel to the door that they will feel safe using. Anna and Elsa both love to be outside and relax in the sun on the deck or in the grass, especially when the weather is nice.  Since they do not trust humans, strange noises, voices, etc. will initiate some barking both inside and outside.  Since they are beagles, they will patrol the yard and let you know if the smell, hear, or see something that wasn’t there 5 seconds ago. So, they are typical beagles. Since they only know the love and care from their foster moms, Anna and Elsa will need time to get to know their new family. This may be weeks, months, or a year of patience and understanding.  They currently are kenneled at night together and when no one is home. They can be kenneled all day. Anna and Elsa are fully vetted including spay, microchip and all shots are up to date.  They are fostered in the Omaha area with an adoption fee of $400. If you have the love, time, and patience to watch these beautiful girls blossom please apply at www.bassetandbeagle.com show less
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Elvis - Fostered in Omaha

Male Young Beagle (mixed)
STOP RIGHT THERE....It’s Now or Never!!! My name is Elvis. I came from a hoarding situation aka, The Heartbreak Hotel, and am loving my... show more
STOP RIGHT THERE....It’s Now or Never!!! My name is Elvis. I came from a hoarding situation aka, The Heartbreak Hotel, and am loving my new life. I was scared, lost, cold, but my new family showered me with love and treats and now I'm learning what being a dog is!!  Let me tell you more about myself. My Foster momma said that the doctor thinks I am around 11 months and may have some Blue Beagle in me. She is always just staring at me. She says I have the most beautiful blue eyes that melt her. Not sure what that means but whatever. She says it while she is constantly petting me so it’s a win-win. I’m 18lbs and just a little Teddy Bear but I do look skinny because I have a longer body. My foster family has Suspicious Minds when I am outside since I can squeeze through little areas so they watch me but I CAN and HAVE escaped. My foster dad was told by some passer-byers how I was doing it and Returned Me to Sender. So heads up to my new family!! I am called the neighborhood flirt. I like to give the neighbors attention by howling at them to come pet me.  I want a Little Less Conversation (and a Little More Action). I’m always on the hunt for cuddles and snuggles. I become attached quickly and become very loyal.  So loyal I will be in the bathroom with you whether you like it or not so. I will spend hours in the yard walking around and exploring ‘cause I ain’t nothing but a Hound Dog. My mom laughs because I have a little hop before I run. I live with a resident dog and him and I run zoomies in the yard for hours. Momma makes us come in for water but then we are back at it. I am not fond of my kennel. I will go in.  I will cry some and do the Jail House Rock but I will stop eventually. Are You Lonesome Tonight? Because I will sleep in bed with you all night without any disruptions. I am for the most part potty trained. Having 3 puppies in the house momma is pretty sure I’m not the one who has little accidents here and there. The resident dog is teaching me how to ring the bells on the door and how to just be a good dog. I do great on a leash and enjoy walks. I am pretty territorial about my food and get All Shook Up.  I don’t want to be bothered. But trust and believe that if YOU have food, I will be bothering you. My manners have been a work in-progress but I just can’t resist food. I have a Burning Love for food. I do tend to jump and be in your face. My foster momma is working hard with that. We have come along ways with sitting & staying and using “GOOD” as my marker word with treats. We had a professional trainer over. She helped me some but kept talking about my gorgeous blue eye color again. I don’t get it!! I live with 4 resident cats. I don’t really bother them, and they don’t bother me. I may not be winning any fetch awards you Can’t Help Falling in Love with my eyes, my tiny face and goofy run. Please give me the chance to be yours forever. Love, Elvis Elvis is heartworm negative, up to date on shots, microchipped, and neutered.  His adoption fee is $400.00 and you can apply for him at www.bassetandbeagle.org show less
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Ghost - Fostered in Kansas City

Female Young Beagle
Are you a fan of the paranormal? Would you like to find and rescue your very own supernatural spirit? It will take time and patience, bu... show more
Are you a fan of the paranormal? Would you like to find and rescue your very own supernatural spirit? It will take time and patience, but Ghost could be your ticket to discovering your own super powers (hint: it involves a lot of love). First, the basics. Ghost is a 10 month old beagle, She weighs 18 lbs, is spayed, microchipped, and up to date on all her shots. Now, you are probably wondering, what is it that makes this dog so ghost-like? Ghost has the amazing ability to make herself disappear from a room right in front of your eyes. Ghost came to us from a situation where she may have never interacted with humans before and is very unsure of what to think of people. She has made a lot of progress in her foster home but there is still work to be done. If you think you are up to the job of saving this spirit, there are a few tools you will need to help you uncover the amazing dog Ghost has hidden inside. 1. Patience. Boatloads of patience while Ghost learns that people are safe, treats are yummy, and pets feel soooo good. 2. Time. You can't track down a ghost in a single day. It's going to take time and consistency for her to learn to trust and build a bond. 3. Love. Every ounce of love you put into helping Ghost emerge from her shell will be returned to you 100 times over as you watch her transform. Some other things that might be helpful: A calm, confident dog companion (of similar size) to help her learn what it means to be a family dog. A safe, quiet place she can retreat to when she needs her own space (she is not kennel trained but will go into her room in exchange for a treat). Some potty pads while she continues working on house training. She is good during the day with access to the yard but still has nighttime accidents. We have seen dogs like Ghost blossom into amazing companions given the opportunity to be in a loving, patient home. Could you be the one to help Ghost come out of her shell and discover the joy of being someone's dog? Ghost is being fostered in the Kansas City area with a $400 adoption fee.  You can apply at www.bassetandbeagle.org. show less
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Gypsy - adoption pending

Female Adult Beagle
Gypsy came to us from a hoarding situation where, we are told, much of her time was spent under a bed. However, it did not take long for... show more
Gypsy came to us from a hoarding situation where, we are told, much of her time was spent under a bed. However, it did not take long for her to start to enjoy human interaction. Vet says she is around 3 years of age and in perfect health. Gypsy gets along great with the other dog in the household and has enjoyed meeting other dogs on her walks. Is she leash trained, or does she just want to be around her humans all the time? Hard to say but she goes on walks with zero difficulties. Gypsy only had a couple accidents her first days with us and has mastered house training with very little difficulties. Does she like the kennel? Not necessarily. However, she now goes into it on her own in the evenings when the rest of the humans in the house settle down. She does not enjoy being in the kennel when her humans leave the house. But spends time in it regardless. She has also been trusted on her own outside of the kennel for extended periods of time with zero incidents or concerns. Gypsy LOVES her humans and wants to be with them wherever they go. When she can’t be with them she still shows a little anxiety. That anxiety has not resulted in any form of destructive behavior. She will nuzzle your hand when she wants to be petted and loves the attention showered on her. She plays when she wants; chasing balls around the yard and toys within the house. Gypsy is also equally comfortable lying next to you while you watch TV, work, or enjoy your favorite hobby. She has not demonstrated any excessive barking. When you meet Gypsy you can expect her to be a little timid. However, once she starts to feel comfortable with you and her new surroundings her personality really shines! Be careful, those piercing blue eyes will melt your heart! Gypsy is spayed, vaccinated and micro chipped. Ready to go to her forever home! You can learn more about where Gypsy came here:  https://www.ksn.com/news/local/43-dogs-taken-from-hoarding-situation-in-wichita/#:~:text=WICHITA%2C%20Kan.,and%20his%2043%20beagle%2Dmixes. Gypsy is being fostered in the Omaha with a $400 adoption fee.  You can apply at Www.bassetandbeagle.org. show less
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Hilary - adoption pending

Female Adult Beagle (mixed)
Are you ready to meet your new best friend?  Then meet Hilary.  Hilary loves everyone and is so excited to meet every new person she doe... show more
Are you ready to meet your new best friend?  Then meet Hilary.  Hilary loves everyone and is so excited to meet every new person she does a whole-body wag.  Even though she loves to meet people she would really like to have her own special hooman to greet at the end of the day and hang out with.  Hilary came into rescue after being hit by a car but she’s moved past that trauma to be a super happy girl. Like a lot of foster dogs Hilary doesn’t respond to her name but does respond, more or less, to “Bee-bee” so she needs a new name and lots of work on recall.  She is super low maintenance.  If it weren’t for filling one more bowl of food at night, I wouldn’t even know there’s an extra member of the pack at my house.  Hilary’s close encounter with an automobile left her with a little limp but that doesn’t slow her down in the slightest.  In fact, she’s a triple threat – chasing squirrels, birds and bunnies. A Hound Tri-athlete!   Despite her handicap she is a very serious threat to small wildlife invading your yard.  She is perfectly happy to spend daylight hours in a nice, fenced yard watching for things to chase.  Because of her single-minded pursuit of small furry things I’d be cautious about introducing her to cats.  She is not really interested in toys and, at least in the time I’ve had her, doesn’t chew up furniture, newspapers, or garden plants.  Hilary isn’t very barky, but when she does bark she sounds like she is a HUGE dog.  Hilary is fully house broken and has not had one accident in the house.  In the evening she’s happy to lounge on a doggy bed or in her kennel with the door open.  At bedtime one treat gets her into her kennel where she’s quiet all night.  She does like other dogs but some of her doggy social skills are a little awkward, so doggy interactions should be monitored until all the doggies are used to each other.  If play gets a little rough she can be a little snappy at the other doggos.  Hilary is between 2 and 3 years old and 31 lbs. She is fostered in Omaha.  She is up to date on shots, microchipped, and spayed.  Her adoption fee is $400.00 and you can apply at www.bassetandbeagle.org. show less
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Huey Joe - adoption pending

Male Young Beagle
Huey, that’s me.  I am such a good dog, so sweet and friendly and sociable.  When I traveled to Nebraska on my “freedom ride” from Missi... show more
Huey, that’s me.  I am such a good dog, so sweet and friendly and sociable.  When I traveled to Nebraska on my “freedom ride” from Mississippi, I rode with a different driver every hundred miles or so.  While  my fellow freedom rider dogs were typically quiet and timid, I trotted up to the next driver to say hello!  And hello to you, too!  Might you make me part of your family? I am a tri-color beagle, and I get along with other dogs well.  At times, I can be a tiny bit food aggressive with a particular other beagle in my family, so I get to eat in a kennel  it’s OK, I get to come out as soon as everyone has eaten.  I have a big yard here, and I like to explore.  I make the rounds every day, following in a line with my fellow beagles, checking out the scents, sitting in the grass under a shade tree, occasionally playing.  I’m not a big one for playing, I’m more sedate, even though I am young.  I like to observe. I’m laid back.  I’m – as they say now – “chill.” That’s not to say that I don’t get excited when the neighbor dogs come to the fence, or when Alexa plays the sound of puppies whining or dogs barking.  When I came to Nebraska, I was heartworm positive.  I have gone through my heartworm treatment now.  All dogs should have heartworm preventative every month. It's so much easier and better than the painful treatment I went through. I love my walks, although I pull.  I use the doggy door at my foster home and do pretty well.  I don’t mind the crate.  And I am just beautiful or so I’m told.  I’m a red head, very striking with strong colors. Huey Joe is about a year old, 30lb heartworm negative now, up to date on shots and microchipped.  His adoption fee is $400.00 and you can apply for him at www.bassetandbeagle.org show less
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Jake and Joey - fostered in Omaha

Male Adult Beagle
Hello world! The 'J' brothers, Jake and Joey, can't wait to meet you! These bonded brothers must be adopted together and weigh in at a p... show more
Hello world! The 'J' brothers, Jake and Joey, can't wait to meet you! These bonded brothers must be adopted together and weigh in at a portly 28 lbs (Jake) while Tiny Joey is only 20 lbs. At 6 years old, they are distinguished gentlemen who enjoy napping, snacks, sunbathing, treats, fluffy dog beds, and cuddles. The leisurely life fits them well, in fact, Jake loves getting up, going potty, eating, and then sprinting, like a dumpy cheetah, straight back to his fluffy bed for a snooze. Joey likes to supervise whomever is moving, his large ears flapping with his waddling gait. If that job becomes too strenuous though, he'll immediately join his brother. Beware of snoring! Just because they enjoy their beauty sleep, that doesn't mean Jake and Joey are without personalities! Joey is a people pleaser and happy to interrupt his sniffing or barking to come straight back to you and cuddle. Jake is a pillar of strength (or apathy), sleeping through thunderstorms and perfectly content with changes in his surroundings. Both dogs love visitors and are party favorites. On walks, they are typical beagles who like to sniff more than move, but don't pull and enjoy being outside. Don't walk further than you're willing to carry them!  Jake and Joey would be great in any family situation, but being less active, may do better in a home without small children. They do great with other dogs, but do like to bark through the fence, tails wagging all the time. We're not sure how they would do with cats, but do not foresee any issues. They are not escape artists and really have no desire to leave their comfy surroundings. Both Jake and Joey are potty trained but take some time to get acquainted with their surroundings. Both boys are neutered and up to date on shots. Tiny Joey is on some (very affordable) medication for seizures and has a recurring cough due to a compressed trachea, but it doesn't cause him any issues.  These boys would be a perfect addition for someone who needs a couple cuddle buddies but doesn't have the time and energy for that puppy life! Jake and Joey are the sweetest boys that have so much love to share. Are you the home for them? Both Jake and Joey are on Heartworm meds, up to date on shots, neutered and microchipped.  The adoption fee for both is $500 and you can apply for a lifetime of love at www.bassetandbeagle.org show less
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Jasmine - Fostered in Omaha

Female Adult Beagle
Needs love, guidance, and patience!  Jasmine is a backyard breeder release who came into rescue pregnant and had 7 beautiful puppies (Th... show more
Needs love, guidance, and patience!  Jasmine is a backyard breeder release who came into rescue pregnant and had 7 beautiful puppies (The River Litter).  She really has come a LONG way but will still require a home that will continue to build her confidence and trust.  She is around 21 pounds and 3-4 years old. Jasmine would love a home with another dog so she can continue to become a great companion. What a fun dog she is becoming!  Jasmine has a different life now that she is no longer used for breeding. She loves stealing towels and laundry and of course trying to destroy them. She has toys but prefers something that smells good to her.  And for Jasmine things that smell like her human smell good. She is learning how to go on walks and does well on the leash.  Jasmine has met kids and does great with them. She has not met a cat but says she would be interested to see what the fuss is about. She is still working on potty training and will have sporadic accident. She is still learning about the world outside of a kennel so her new family will need patience to let her learn and explore at her pace. Jamine likes to be outside and relax in the sun on the deck, especially when the weather is nice.  She will bark when she is ready to come in, we are still working on her asking to go out. Since she has only known love and care from her foster moms Jasmine will need time to get to know her new family.  She currently sleeps in her crate at night and is also crated when her foster moms leave.   Jasmine loves treats and food. She will need lots of dog approved chew treats and occasionally needs to be reminded not to chew on towels and clothes.  She is very interested in people food and will counter surf, so we are working on her table manners and not to beg. Jasmine is fully vetted including spay, microchip and all shots are up to date.  Jasmine is fostered in the Omaha area with an adoption fee of $400. If you have the love, time, and patience to watch this beautiful girl blossom into a loyal family member please apply for her at www.bassetandbeagle.com show less
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Jordan - Fostered in Lincoln

Male Adult American Staffordshire Terrier
Hi! I’m Jordan. I am an approximate 6 year old pit bull mix that has my very own best friend (Zeus-beagle mix). I am bonded to him so we... show more
Hi! I’m Jordan. I am an approximate 6 year old pit bull mix that has my very own best friend (Zeus-beagle mix). I am bonded to him so we really need to stay together. My foster mom says I am sweeter than honey. I love people and cuddling. Will you let me cuddle with you?  I also love to be outside. Zeus and I have fun rough housing, relaxing in the sun, and going on walks with our harnesses. I came in from a high kill shelter in Illinois. Zeus and I were strays before that so there isn’t much known about our history. I am recovering from dermatitis right now but that doesn’t stop me from doing all the fun things dogs do! I am potty trained and kennel trained. I do well out of a kennel and sleep on my foster mom’s bed at night. I also haven’t gotten in any trouble while my foster mom is at work so am not required to be kenneled, unless you prefer. I promise to let you know if Zeus and I plan any adventures or decide we want to cause any ruckus. We really mostly just like to lay around and think about how lucky we are to be in a loving home. I would probably do better with bigger kids. Sometimes Zeus and I get a little excited and jump up on people. I could probably be trained not to jump but I would hate to knock any little kids down. I do weigh 55 pounds. People are just so exciting! Sometimes, I just want to get right in their face…they need to see how sweet I am right away, ya know? I really have shown no aggression at all to anyone, just pure love and joy! I haven’t met a cat so I’m not sure how well I would do with them. Will you be Zeus and my forever home? I’ll take you on adventures, smell all the smells during our walks, cuddle while watching your favorite shows and you will get TWO new best friends at the same time. How cool is that? I am neutered, chipped and up to date on shots. I am currently fostered in Lincoln. You can adopt both Jordan and Zeus for $450!  We have had a generous supporter agree to pay for 1/2  of our adoption fee!!   Apply for the dynamic duo at www.bassetandbeagle.org show less
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Lady LuLu - Foster in Lincoln

Female Adult Beagle
Lady LuLu is here for youuuuu! That's me. I'm an approximately 7 year old Beagle that is full of love and cuddles! Let's see....I enjoy... show more
Lady LuLu is here for youuuuu! That's me. I'm an approximately 7 year old Beagle that is full of love and cuddles! Let's see....I enjoy cuddling, laying around, being pet, laying around, and sleeping. Did that cover it? I'm pretty chill if you couldn't tell. I don't do much besides rest and relax. That is what the good life is all about after all. I am working on potty training as I just lived in an outdoor shelter in my previous life. I am OK walking on a leash---after all, I don't like to go far! I do like to smell the smells outside and run (if you call it that) around in the backyard on occasion. Honestly, it is more of an amble around the yard. I am also great in a crate/kennel-I sleep in one at night. I am great with kiddos! They give me the best hugs. I also like to play with my foster dog sister on occasion. I am learning what it is like to be part of a loving family!   I am currently undergoing treatment for heartworms and will be spayed after my treatment concludes in a couple months. BUT if you are in the Omaha/Lincoln area and can commit to getting me to my vet appointment (which BBRH pays for) I can come to your home to finish treatment.  Lady LuLu is up to date on shots and microchipped.  She is undergoing heartworm treatment and will be spayed once treatment is completed.  Her adoption fee is $400.00 and you can apply for her at www.bassetandbeagle.org  show less
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Leland Snugglebum

Male Senior Beagle
Greetings from Nebraska. My name is Leland Snugglebum I am a tri-color beagle, about 10-years old, and I get along with other dogs well.... show more
Greetings from Nebraska. My name is Leland Snugglebum I am a tri-color beagle, about 10-years old, and I get along with other dogs well.  My foster mom has a big house and a big yard, but I prefer to hang out in my spot.  It is by the doggy door, inside the house, in an enclosed little hut with a comfy mattress.  If my human is outside, I’ll follow along but otherwise, I’m a wallflower.  I just like to be quiet. When someone reaches for me, I cringe and go to ground.  However, if there is no threatening motion, I will get up and go forward to be petted.  I do like to have my head petted and my ears rumpled. I am learning that I am safe now, but I still have that reflex.  Someone has yelled at me and probably hit me.  I’m glad that is behind me now. When I came to Nebraska, I was heartworm positive.  I will be finishing my heartworm treatment at the end of June. All dogs should have heartworm preventative every month, but for me it is essential that I have it for the rest of my life. I use the doggy door at my foster home and do pretty well.  I don’t mind the crate.  I’m neutered, vaccinated, and chipped.  I am fostered on southeast Nebraska.  If interested in adoption Leland please fill out the adoption application at www.bassetandbeagle.org.  My adoption fee is $350.00. show less
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Maverick and Mo - Fostered in St Joe, MO

Male Adult Beagle Basset Hound (mixed)
Look and see! It’s my daddy and me!  I’m Maverick and I’m approximately 1 year old. My dad is my best friend and companion. His name is... show more
Look and see! It’s my daddy and me!  I’m Maverick and I’m approximately 1 year old. My dad is my best friend and companion. His name is Mo and he’s about 4 years old. We are beagle mixes, although I have a little basset in me and I don’t know if my dad does since he doesn’t quite look like it. We are pretty awesome if I do say so myself. We love to play and we like to be together most of the time. After all, I’m a daddy’s boy and he takes great care of me. We are both potty trained and crate trained with a dog door, although our human lets us sleep on the bed at night. I tell you this because we are great at sleeping and don’t bother our human, so perhaps you could let us sleep on your bed too? We will be perfect gentlemen…most of the time. We like to play with other dogs and sometimes we chase the foster cat just to see what he will do. He is pretty fast so my dad gives up and gets bored of him, but I could follow him around all day if there weren’t a million other things I wanted to do! Sometimes he lets us lick him so I think he likes us ok. We need to work on our leash manners but do fine in a fenced yard. We are both loving dogs who are looking for a forever home together so we can continue to grow and learn the ways of the world. We are both neutered, microchipped, and up to date on shots. We are fostered in St Joe, MO. Will you be our forever family? If interested in Maverick and Mo aka The Dynamic Duo, please fill out the adoption application at www.bassetandbeagle.org.  Their adoption fee is waived!! (We have had a very generous donor cover their adoption fee!!) show less
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Nellie - the beautiful Bloodhound! fostered in Omaha Ne

Female Adult Bloodhound Retrievers (All Types) (mixed)
Nellie is a younger bloodhound, approx 2 yrs old.  At 70 lbs she is on the smaller side for a bloodhound.   She is very sweet but also s... show more
Nellie is a younger bloodhound, approx 2 yrs old.  At 70 lbs she is on the smaller side for a bloodhound.   She is very sweet but also shy.  She has come along ways since coming into rescue because her foster home has been working very hard on socializing her.  Nellie can be quite picky about the dogs she likes and dislikes, so a home with no other dogs would be best for her. No cats either, she thinks those are silly.  We believe she had a rough life before coming into rescue.  To mangage her anxieties she is on medication that works very well for her.  It would be best for her to live in a home with out children, or older children who are teens, since she prefers to hide from young ones!   Nellie has a lot of love to give.  When she settles you'll get all the cuddles and goofines that she has to offer.  She loves her toys, squeakers are her favorite, and she will steal your bottle of watter after you done and play for hours.  She is fantastic on a leash and sticks close when walking.  Nellie will tell you about her day when you get home, and will let you know how many rabbies she chased out of the yard.  She has perfected her sad face and is able to get as many treats as you'll give her when she wants something.  Nellie is spayed, up to date on vaccinations, been treated for heart worm and is now negative, is chipped, and is fostered in the Omaha area.  We would like for her adoptors to be in the Omaha area as well, so numerous visits can be done to ensure a smooth transition for her.  She will need someone who is willing to give her the time she needs to feel comfortable and not push her or force her .  A lady must take her time to settle in.    Nellie does great in a kennel and will easily go into one at night to sleep or when you are gone during the day.  She is also housebroken.   Her adoption fee is $400 and you can apply for Nellie at www.bassetandbeagle.org. show less
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Rhine - adoption pending

Female Puppy Beagle
Puppies? Did someone say Puppies!!  Well here I am!  I’m Rhine a female beagle mix puppy from the River Litter! I am your typical rambun... show more
Puppies? Did someone say Puppies!!  Well here I am!  I’m Rhine a female beagle mix puppy from the River Litter! I am your typical rambunctious puppy that just keeps on going and I love to play. I really like people and love to get in lots of snuggles, kisses and playtime.  I play and wrestle with my siblings and love toys.  I have not been exposed to cats yet.   I need someone with patience that’s willing to work with me on my basic commands as I get distracted pretty easily since I really would rather be playing.  Since I am a puppy I will need to be potty trained so you will need to teach me where to go and how to ask until I get the hang of it.  Our foster home has my 6 siblings and me in a large play area during the daytime where we can play.  I have a pee pad in one corner and I’m learning to use that right now.  I have an open kennel in the pen that I use during the daytime to take my naps and sleep in at night.    If you are looking for a puppy that will need LOTS of attention and patience I may be what you are looking for.  I need toys to keep me occupied, maybe a playmate and of course lots of snuggles and kisses from you. All 7 of us were born on March 25th, 2022 and will be ready to be adopted after Jun 3rd, 2022.  I am microchipped, spayed, and have received my first 2 sets of shots. I am fostered in the Omaha area with an adoption fee of $450.  If you have the love, time, and patience to watch me blossom into a loyal family member please apply at  www.bassetandbeagle.com show less