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Badger Boo - Fostered in Omaha

Male Senior Beagle (mixed)
Seniors are the best!  Meet Badger!  Badger is an 8 year old male beagle who was relinquished by his owner with his buddy Missy (also av... show more
Seniors are the best!  Meet Badger!  Badger is an 8 year old male beagle who was relinquished by his owner with his buddy Missy (also available for adoption). It’s taken Badger a bit to warm up to his foster family. He can still be very cautious and scared sometimes when approached too quickly or unexpectedly. Once he gets to know you he REALLY enjoys being loved on, petted and belly scratched. Badger may be a bit hard of hearing which may explain why he is easily startled. Badger may be 8 years old but he still gets the zoomies about once a day and flies around the yard or house looking to play. Badger likes going for walks and is good on a leash, but prefers a collar rather than a harness. Badger does well with other dogs and has been with his friend Missy for sometime. Both dogs could be adopted together as they are already good buddies. Badger is kennel trained but does fuss a bit when he is first put in the kennel. He does settle down after a little while. Pretty sure this guy had it rough before being rescued and you can tell he is just so happy to be loved and paid attention to. Badger is vocal, he grunts and groans and huffs and puffs. It’s so cute. Badger likes to lay around and snooze, but he does need something to do throughout the day. If left unattended for extended periods or left out in the yard for a long time he will start barking. Mostly out of boredom. Once you call him or pay attention to him for a bit he will settle down. Badger would do good with a family that is around and where there is some action, but he is not your running dog, his older hips and legs just can't keep up for too long. Badger is neutered, microchipped, up to date on shots.  He is fostered in the Omaha area and his adoption fee is $300.00.  You can fill out an application today at https://www.bassetandbeagle.org/adoptionapplication/ show less
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BlueBelle

Female Adult Bluetick Coonhound Beagle (mixed)
I'm as pretty as a flower and as sweet as a bowl of ice cream!  I am a 65 lb , 4-5 yr old chubby hound mix and my coat has the most beau... show more
I'm as pretty as a flower and as sweet as a bowl of ice cream!  I am a 65 lb , 4-5 yr old chubby hound mix and my coat has the most beautiful markings.  I am the best family gal in the world.  I love kids, love to cuddle on the couch or chair with my family.  I had my own person all my life until they passed away, and then ended up in a shelter.  I was not happy there at all...  Thats when the nice people at BBRH rescued me!  One of my favorite things to do is snuggle up close to you and roll around to get belly rubs.  It has been determined that I live my best life if I am an only dog in the house.  I just dont love others doggies as much as I love my humans.  Cat mesmorize me so I need to stay away from those too, I just cant settle with a kitty around!  I am a good listener and will follow you from room to room.  I love to feel part of a family and want to protect you. On a leash I can pull and bark at other doggos so need continued work on this, as I love going on walks.  I have never had an accident in the house and will go to the door when I need to go out. If you are not paying attention and I really need to go, I will paw at you.   I love car rides, cool floors, watching TV, and couches. When my foster parents leave, I get a little anxious in a kennel and do not love to be in one, so they leave me out in the house and I am just fine.  After barking for a bit I calm down quickly.    When you get home I talk to you and tell you how much I missed you, and show you my toothy grin, dance around and tell you how much I missed you!   Cutest thing ever.  All around I am the greatest dog ever is what my foster family says. I am  4-5 years old, up to date on all my shots, microchipped and free of heartworms.  Are you my new forever family?   I would love a home, with a fenced in yard and I guarantee many kisses in exchange for belly rubs!   I am being fostered in Sioux Falls SD.   Applications can be filled out at bassetandbeagle.org ,   Adoption fee $250 . show less
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Buffy - Fostered in Omaha

Female Adult Beagle
I don’t slay vampires, I slay hearts.  Hi my name is Buffy and I am a twenty pound, six year old beagle girl.  I am spayed and up to dat... show more
I don’t slay vampires, I slay hearts.  Hi my name is Buffy and I am a twenty pound, six year old beagle girl.  I am spayed and up to date on all my shots.  I am a lover of snuggles, walks, cookies and play time with dog friends.  My foster parents think I have a lot of energy for a six year old and swore I had to be much younger but it’s just good genes.  Since my arrival to the Midwest I have learned I don’t really like the snow unless I am playing in it with a dog friend or going for walks.  There is no weather I won’t go out in if it means I get to go on a walk.  I am a very good girl on a leash and I do not pull, unlike my beagle siblings.  I am trying to learn sit but I get so excited when there is a treat involved I want to be sure I am the first and last dog  to get one. When my family leaves the house I go in my kennel especially if I get a treat.  I will bark until I know you have really left but mostly because my friends do.  At night, I love to snuggle with my humans and be as close to them or my dog friend Roxanne as possible.  I am working on potty training but since I wasn’t really a family dog before coming to Nebraska I will do best with someone that has the patience to show me the ropes.  One way to help me is to come outside with me to make certain I do my duty before coming inside.  I get distracted and start to miss my humans so I try to come inside too soon. If you are looking for a tiny beagle girl who will love you (almost) more than treats I am your girl.  Buffy is fostered in Omaha, NE and is available for adoption.  Her adoption fee is $350.00 and you can fill out an application at www.bassetandbeagle.org. show less
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Chance - Fostered in KC

Male Adult Hound (Unknown Type) Labrador Retriever (mixed)
This is Chance.  He is a handsome young male, 1-2 years old, mix, weighing about 40lbs.  There is a little bit of hound, certainly seen... show more
This is Chance.  He is a handsome young male, 1-2 years old, mix, weighing about 40lbs.  There is a little bit of hound, certainly seen in his body and tail, with a boxy, solid head, like a St. Bernhard, only a little smaller.  He has beautiful white short fur with back spots, and great looking black/white coloring on his face.  Safe to say he is a good old all-American mutt. Chance has had a little bit of a rough start and wasn’t treated well and ended up in a kennel in Southern Missouri.  Rescue groups descended on the kennel that Chance was in, taking all the other dogs.  Chance would have been the last dog there except we decided to give Chance a chance, and boy are we glad we did!!! Chance is housebroken and very smart.  He has had a little bit of training and, we feel, would do very well with more.  He is still young and full of energy.  He loves walks, playing fetch with a ball, and playing with other dogs.  That said, he does do well with other dogs.  He is a snuggler, loves to sit with you, or on your lap.  He is also a kisser, so be ready for that.  He is kennel trained and spends nights there.  Not sure how he would do around cats.  It's also best if Chance has no kids in the home, as he is startled by them, and unsure of their next move which makes him uncomfortable and nervous. He has really latched on the adult human male in his foster home.  Because of this, we feel he would do best with a male in the home, maybe an active guy who wants to take his doggie everywhere with him!  He is nervous around new people, visitors who come over to his house, and it does take him a while to warm up to anyone new.  Because of this, he will need someone with lots of patience to give him and lots of time to settle in, utlizing some training techniques to help him adopt.    He is easily startled by load noises and surprises; and will approach cautiously when you reassure him that everything is okay.  He is still a little nervous on car rides but settles down with positive attention. Chance is up to date on all shots, is heart worm free, and micro-chipped.  His adoption fee is $300, he is fostered in the KC area.  Apps can be filled out at bassetandbeagle.org.   show less
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Copper - Fostered in KC

Senior Beagle
My name is Copper.  I am a 10 year young lemon beagle looking for my forever home and family.  Before coming to live with foster mama, m... show more
My name is Copper.  I am a 10 year young lemon beagle looking for my forever home and family.  Before coming to live with foster mama, my sister and I lived with a nice man who was in the military.  He was being sent overseas and couldn’t take us.  BBRH stepped up and said they would find great forever homes for us. I like where I live, don’t get me wrong.  My doggy brothers and sisters are great and so is foster mama even though we all think we don’t enough treats.  I get along with other dogs – not sure about cats because foster mama doesn’t think I’ve been around one.  Squirrels should beware, however!  I love chasing them around the backyard and barking at them.  The squirrels here are mean and deserve it because they run on top of the backyard fence and tease us.  I’m part of the choir that greats the mailman, too.  They say I’m an alto whatever that is.  I’m kennel and house trained but foster mama lets us have the run of the house when she’s gone and we’re all good.  I dance and look at mama when I have to go out.  We have a doggy window here so I’m sure I could get used to a doggy door.  There’s a ramp outside so we can get out in the yard easier because all my foster brothers and sisters are older.  My foster brother Bernard is blind and almost 16 and I’m extra good with him.   I am like all beagles and love to eat.  When our bowls aren’t filled fast enough for meals I let this lady know she’s slow and we’re starving to death.  As long as we’re talking about food, I’ll admit I love treats and take them real nice.  I should get more for that right??  I even dance for food and treats hoping to get more.  We all get special treats for our joints with glucosamine in – mama calls them medicine treats .  They sure taste good so that glucosamine must be a good thing.   Car rides are a favorite thing - I’m real good and lay down.  Sometimes I sit up to see where we’re going but I stay in one place which mama says is good.  I share mama real good with the other dogs.  I like to snuggle her and get petted (sometimes I even fall asleep while she does it).  But I let the other doggies have their turns with mama too.  This mama lady has a real big bed and lets us all sleep with her. My thyroid doesn’t work perfect and I have something called Cushing’s Disease.  It just means I have to go to the doggy doctor and have my blood checked to see how I’m doing.  I take a pill in the morning and evening with my food for each and I’m doing ok.  My blood levels are normal as long as I take the medicine but I’ll have to have a check up every few months to make sure I’m still doing good.  There’s no reason I shouldn’t live a long life as long if I listen to the doggy doctor and take the Vetoryl for Cushing’s and a little pill for my thyroid.   I am up to date on all of my shots, microchipped, neutered and heartworm negative.    My adoption fee is $250 and I'm currently being fostered in the Kansas City area.  If you're ready for a older, laid back gent that has nothing but love to give, please apply to adopt me at https://www.bassetandbeagle.org/adoptionapplication/ show less
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Lacy - Fostered in Omaha

Female Senior Beagle
Hi! My name is Lacy. I’m a 10 year old, 22 pound deaf beagle. Remember age is just a number. I still have bouts of energy playing with t... show more
Hi! My name is Lacy. I’m a 10 year old, 22 pound deaf beagle. Remember age is just a number. I still have bouts of energy playing with the other dogs or my human friends.  Please give me time to get use to my new surroundings since it takes me a bit of time to get my bearings. I am adjusting to tmy foster home routines and am starting to enjoy getting petted and loved on. I am not much of a feely type dog in the beginning. I am working on trusting that things will be ok.   I do love my bed or anywhere that looks good to curl up and hang out. I will lay by your feet and wait for you to go to the kitchen. I love food and treats. I am always checking your hands to see if you have any treats. I do like to counter surf to see if there is anything good.  I like soft food to eat. I like eating in the morning and at night with some snacks in between. I like to occasionally chew on rubber chew toys, rawhides or antlers. I am good with other dogs. I really don’t like to be left alone, so I sleep with my furry friends. I get anxious if by myself.  I don’t like kennels so my foster mom leaves me out when they leave.   When I need to go outside, I will go to a door or the sliding glass door. It also may be the garage door. So be warned until I get my bearings to keep[ an eye on me. My foster mom will motion for me to come with her to the back door. Occasionally I don’t want to go out alone. So either my foster mom or dog friends will go with me.  I am ok on a leash. I do like to smell everything. I am ok with older kids. I can get startled if you touch me and I didn’t see you first. I can get nippy when startled. So older kids would be best for me.  Also I hate being picked up. I’ve had a bad ear infection. So I’ve had my ears cleaned by the vet. Thye hurt for a while so I am sensitive and don’t like anyone messing with my ears. I do have a slight heart murmur. But the vet said to just watch for any coughing. (She has been doing really well with no cough and good energy for a 10 year old) I am microchipped, up to date on shots, and heartworm negative.  My adoption fee is $250 and I'm currently being fostered in Omaha.  If you're ready for a older, laid back lady that has nothing but love to give, please apply to adopt me at https://www.bassetandbeagle.org/adoptionapplication/ show less
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Rhea - fostered in Omaha

Female Adult Beagle (mixed)
Hi! My name is Rhea and I’m a six-year old beagle mix.  I love people and warm up to them quickly, but I would like a home with no other... show more
Hi! My name is Rhea and I’m a six-year old beagle mix.  I love people and warm up to them quickly, but I would like a home with no other dogs or cats, please! I just want to find my people that I can hang out with and spoil with kisses. I have lost over 10 pounds since I joined BBRH and would like a person that will keep taking me for daily walks so I can get down to my healthy weight. I really enjoy my walks and walk nicely on the leash, but I do get very excitable if I see other dogs, people and cars. I can be strong, so I will need my new friend to be a strong leader who can help me remember my manners and keep me safe. In return, I just might give them a break when I decide to stop and roll in the grass. Don’t worry, though, I will get back up so we can continue our walk! I am quiet and a good girl in the house. I love to have comfy beds and blankets to sleep in, and toys to play with (but I like to remove the stuffing so please make sure I always have a backup). I always like to keep a toy handy so I can toss it around with joy when my foster mom gets home! I just want to follow her around and observe from a polite distance, to make sure everything is okay. I won’t argue when it’s bedtime, and in the mornings, I like to do a little yoga and stretch out all my muscles. Bet you can’t guess my favorite pose! I also LOVE to lick and take car rides. I am the snuggliest girl you will ever meet! Wanna give this 6-year-old hunk of love a chance? Rhea is up to date on all vaccinations, HW neg, spayed, and $225 is her adoption fee.  She is fostered in Omaha. If interested in adoptiing Rhea, please apply at www.bassetandbeagle.org/adoptionapplication/ show less