Hi there! I’m Mollie or as the folks at Beagle 911 Rescue like to call me, a happy little lady. I’ve always got a smile on my face and my tail never stops wagging, so you are sure to know I’m a happy girl! Looking for a laugh or two? I’m your girl! People even sometimes call me a clown.
I’m a beagle basset mix, meaning you get the best of both worlds! It’s like getting two dogs in one. I’m around 8 years young and weight a nice 25 pounds. Since I LOVE to run and play with other active dogs, I would prefer a home with a secure fenced yard. You would be surprised how fest I can run! But most of all, I love everyone so I’ll be watching for those applications to come in for me so I can be your happy girl and make you smile!
Beagle911 Rescue specializes in providing unwanted, unloved and out-of-time beagles with a safe environment and, ultimately, a new and loving forever home. Most of their wonderful dogs are rescued from kill shelters; some are owner surrenders. Generally they do not have puppies but what you can expect is a beagle who has been found as a stray or owner-surrendered to a kill shelter because the dog no longer hunts or is wanted for various reasons. Some have been mistreated, neglected, injured, or have had health issues that are now under control. All are spayed/neutered, and all are UTD on vaccines. They will be happy to arrange for you to meet any specific dog by appointment – just email them at Beagle911Rescue@aol.com – they’d love to meet you.
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