Beagle Rescue NSW (BRN) is a charitable institution for the welfare of animals, particularly dogs. BRN is a 100% volunteer organisation working to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome Beagles and Beagle crosses in need across NSW. Our Beagles and Beagle crosses may come into care through a pound or animal shelter, transfer from another animal welfare organisation or by private surrender. BRN provides medical, psychological and behavioural support to the dogs who enter our care.
In the interests of reducing the number of companion animals who enter the animal shelter system each year, and in recognition that our foster care capabilities are finite, BRN may also facilitate the ‘assisted rehoming’ of dogs who remain in the care of their current owners until their new home is found.
BRN strives to educate current and future owners on the joys, pitfalls and realities of owning our beautiful breed to ensure that as many Beagles and their families find their perfect match the first time around. BRN believes in a modern, science-based approach to training; and in ensuring every dog lives their best life through a healthy approach to diet, exercise, mental stimulation and enrichment.
Anyone interested in applying to adopt one of our dogs in foster care must make contact with the carer to introduce themselves and submit an application form. Applications are not first come, first served. We try to match our beagles and their new families individually. All foster dogs are adopted on a 30-day trial basis. Further details are available on our website at: www.beaglerescuensw.org.au/available-dogs