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Rescue of the Month: June 2016:

Each month we will feature one of the wonderful Animal Rescues that we support.

Animal Rescue

Beagle Paws

Beagle Paws was the vision of founder Sheila Lewis, in 2002 she made it her mission to bring awareness to the plight of Beagles in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Her promotion of the Beagle as “more than just hunting dogs, they are pets too !” attracted a lot of attention. Other passionate Beagle lovers came forward with offers to help. In January of 2003 Beagle Paws organization was officially launched.

Founded in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador it has now grown to become Canada’s largest Beagle Rescue organization, with an established chapters in Alberta, Newfoundland and on Vancouver Island. Our non-profit registered charity relies on the support of dedicated volunteers all across Canada to help save abandoned and neglected Beagles.

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Sponsor A Beagle

At Beagle Paws we see many senior and special-needs beagles come into our care each year. Some of these rescued dogs do not get adopted due to various health issues. However, we feel that every dog deserves a second chance at a loving life no matter their age or condition. We are very grateful to have long term foster families who will care for these dogs in their homes for as long as it takes.

With the commitment of caring for senior and special-needs dogs comes a tremendous amount of expense in veterinary bills for long-term medication and in some cases special diet food and supplements.

We are providing you with the opportunity to SPONSOR one of these loving beagles. Your contribution provides food and ongoing medical care for these special cases, while they live the life they deserve in long-term foster homes. Without sponsors like you, Beagle Paws could not continue its mission of protecting and caring for all the beagles that come into our care.

Visit the website for more information: Beagle Paws

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