Beagle Rescue

Beagle Rescue Organizations




Triangle Beagle Rescue (aka TriBeagles or TBR) is a breed-specific beagle rescue in the Triangle (Raleigh-Chapel Hill) area of North Carolina. We are a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and are an all volunteer organization run by a Board of Directors.

Southern Nevada Beagle Rescue Foundation (SNBRF) is a non-profit foundation dedicated to the rescue of Beagles and education about responsible dog and puppy ownership. We provide rescue and adoption services primarily in Las Vegas, Henderson, and the rest of Clark County Nevada and find permanent homes for Beagles who have been surrendered by their owners or who have been abandoned or abused. Southern Nevada Beagle Rescue does not house dogs and puppies in a shelter as in many rescue groups. Our dogs are cared for in healthy, safe, loving foster home environments.

Beagle Freedom Project, founded in 2010, is a unique program run by the Los Angeles-based non-profit Animal Rescue, Media, and Education (ARME). Beagle Freedom Project negotiates with laboratories across the world to secure the release of dogs and other animals and give them a chance at a normal home life after everything they have endured for vanity and scientific curiosity.

Big On Beagles (B.O.B) is a Toronto-based assistance agency for beagles experiencing troubled times. Rather than a nose with a dog attached, the beagle is best described as a heart with a dog attached – a fact that drew B.O.B’s founder, Marna Gale, to this silly but undeniably addictive breed over 10 years ago when she fostered and adopted her first beagle, Darwin.

AWP Jodipro vzw accomodates ex lab-animals (dogs and cats) into new families.
AWP Jodipro vzw temporarily brings these dogs to foster families and then offers them for final adoption. These animals are given second life.

In case of emergency, AWP Jodipro helps through the shelter of animals that can not be accomodated anywhere else. This project is managed by the same team as the ex-lab project and only takes action in case of an appeal.

Beagle911 Refuge and Rescue is a place where abandoned, unloved, old, sick, injured or `out of time’ beagles might find a safe refuge, and with a bit of wonderful luck, a new forever home. Generally, we do not have puppies. What you can expect is a beagle who has been abandoned, mistreated, neglected, injured, or with a health issue that is now under control and now is ready to find a family. All are spayed or neutered, unless there are extenuating circumstances. In those cases, a spay/neuter clause in the contract is enforced. All have their shots up to date.

Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and find homes for beagles as well as any other animal used in laboratory research.
Beagle Freedom Australia is an extension of Beagle Rescue Victoria Inc, a registered not for profit charity, BRV has been rescuing and rehabilitating beagles from pounds, shelters, puppy farms and private surrenders for over 10 years. Beagle Freedom Australia will also be working closely with The Beagle Freedom Project in the USA, and many other local groups in Victoria and Australia wide, in the hopes that together we can grow awareness of the unnecessary animal testing that occurs and make it mandatory for these animals to be released rather than destroyed.

Houston Beagle and Hound Rescue

Houston Beagle and Hound Rescue, Inc. (HBHR) is a non-profit 501-(c)-3, all-volunteer organization dedicated to beagle and hound rescue. We are a small group of volunteers who foster dogs in our homes. There is no shelter facility. We provide placement assistance to shelters and individuals who need to find homes for hounds which, for various reasons, have become stray or homeless.

Beagle Rescue Victoria (“BRV”) is a registered charity, based in Melbourne, that rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes beagles in Victoria.

The volunteers of BRV work full-time day jobs and run BRV in their spare time.  They are all experienced beagle owners and know firsthand the joys – and the heartbreak – of having a hound around!

BRV’s beagles come into care through a variety of circumstances.  Some beagles have been rescued from local pounds and shelters; others have been rescued from abusive situations such as puppy farms; whilst others are privately surrendered for re-homing.


Die Interessengemeinschaft wurde im Jahre 1992 gegründet. Am 15. Juli 2006 wurde aus der Interessengemeinschaft der: TIERE IN NOT ENNEPETAL e.V.

Zur Zeit besteht der Verein aus 14 aktiven Mitgliedern, die alle seit Jahren mit Laborbeagle leben. Pro und Contra von Tierversuchen ist für uns kein Thema, dafür gibt es die bundesweite Organisation der Tierversuchsgegner. Wir sind leise und in keiner Weise radikal, wir wollen lediglich diesen Tieren, die im Dienste der Medizin gestanden haben, ein gutes Weiterleben ermöglichen. Mehrere Laboratorien haben mittlerweile Vertrauen in unsere Arbeit gefasst, bis jetzt sind über 3000 Hunde, 11 Schweine, einige Katzen, Meerschweinchen und Ratten in unsere Obhut gegeben worden.

Wir holen die Tiere im Labor ab und bringen sie auf direktem Weg in ihr neues Zuhause. Das ist sehr zeitaufwendig und kostspielig, erspart den Tieren aber die unschöne Zwischenstation in einem Tierheim. Die neuen Besitzer werden von uns gründlichst vorbereitet und wir stehen auch nach der Übernahme dauerhaft mit Rat und Tat zur Seite.
Die von uns vermittelten Tiere dürfen nie in ein Tierheim oder an Dritte weitergegeben werden. Wenn eine Abgabe erforderlich ist, muss das Tier in unsere Hände zurückgegeben werden. Bei der Übergabe wird ein Vertrag geschlossen. Die Höhe und die Staffelung der Schutzgebühren erfahren sie unter dem Punkt “Fragen“. Für die vielen alten Hunde, die das Labor verlassen dürfen und natürlich ihre altersbedingten Wehwehchen haben, sammeln wir die Schutzgebühren und die Spenden. Das Durchschnittsalter der Hunde liegt zwischen vier und sieben Jahren, aber auch jüngere und Ãltere Hunde dürfen das Labor verlassen. Wir sind dankbar für jedes Tier, das aus dem Labor in unsere Hände gegeben wird.

Colorado Beagle Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, tax-exempt, organization operated 100% by volunteers who are dedicated to preserving the welfare of the Beagle breed.  The organization relies completely upon tax-deductible donations to support itself.  Your generous donations help us cover the cost of spaying/neutering, veterinary care, food, foster placement, transportation of dogs, identification tags, and basic administrative expenses, etc.

We do NOT have a facility to shelter dog(s) that are available for adoption.  Dogs are kept in their own home, foster home, kennel, or shelter until adopted.  To meet a Colorado Beagle Rescue dog, you must come to the location where the dog is kept or arrange for transportation.