Diane says, "Annie is a senior sweetheart that needs a special home because she is blind. You will fall in love with her! She looks like a stuffed animal, and is amazing trusting and loving. She is about 12 years old, and would do best in a home without a lot of stairs, and probably no small children that could trip over her. If someone wants a loving lap dog, Annie is the ticket! She's housebroken, up to date on shots, spayed and only weighs about 12 pounds."
Next, came Jake! Diane says, "Jake is a beautiful beagle/hound mix. He can be a little shy at first, but he loves to snuggle in your lap while you watch TV...in fact, that's his favorite spot! Jake is a little timid with loud noises and quick movements, but he settles down once he feels comfortable. He prefers women to men, and gets along well with other dogs. He would be best suited for a quiet household. He has been to obedience classes, and knows "sit", "down", and basic commands. He is about five years old, neutered and up to date on shots."
Beagle911 gets many of their dogs from shelters in the south (Kentucky, Ohio, North Carolina and Virginia). Most of these shelters are high kill shelters, and since beagles are so plentiful in these areas (due to rabbit hunting), Diane says many of them have virtually no chance of getting adopted out, and are instead euthanized. Most of the beagles Beagle911 helps are selected because of their personality, because they are sick or injured, or because they are on death row, with no other options.
Beagle911 is an all foster rescue, meaning they don't have a shelter for you to visit. They do however, hold an adoption event every Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Sportsman's Liquidation on Benner Pike in State College. They are also available by appointment, just shoot them an e-mail: Beagle911@aol.com.