Beagle rehoming process
Thinking about rehoming a beagle?
Thinking about adopting a beagle? Before you consider rehoming a beagle please be sure that you have read the entire contents of this website and that you understand the beagle’s needs and characteristics.
Don’t even think of rehoming a beagle if you are out at work all day – that’s why many of them come into rescue in the first place. A lonesome beagle is a very vocal and destructive little hound. They’ll ruin your home and your relationship with your neighbours!
If you think you can give a beagle all the exercise, he needs by taking him for a couple of long walks at the weekend, forget it! These hounds need daily exercise – and that’s for the rest of their lives. The oldies may not need as much, but the stimulation of a daily outing keeps their zest for life. Remember, beagles are scent hounds and many are not reliable off lead!
We have to get to know you before we will allow you to adopt a beagle. You will need to ring up and request an application and have a chat with one of us. We will then send out the application to adopt by email or post. On receipt of a completed application, we will arrange a home check visit.
Completed application to adopt forms should be sent to the national rehoming manager (email: firstname.lastname@example.org; post: Beagle Welfare rehoming centre, Coulters Hill Cottage, Pipey Lane, Burton upon Trent, DE13 8SJ). If your application has been approved they will be able to answer your enquiries about the beagles awaiting rehoming.