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*** If you have a beagle in need of a good home, please go to the 'Giving Up Your Beagle' page ***

PRIVATE REHOMING DISCLAIMER  (Updated 3/4/17 - Important please read)

Please note that Beagle Rescue NSW (BRNSW) is not necessarily recommending the dogs listed below nor do we guarantee they are purebreds.

The information about each beagle has been supplied by their present owner(s) or guardian(s) and BRNSW only has their word concerning the background or previous environment of this beagle. BRNSW does not get involved with the choice of home and is just passing on the contact details for you to seek further information. It will be your responsibility to find out the history of the dog and why they are placing it and decide if it is going to suit your needs as a family pet.

We highly suggest asking the owner/guardian if they will agree to a trial period so you can return the beagle if things do not work out.

NB - Please remember to get a Change of Owner/Details (C3A) form filled out and signed by the 'Old Owner' so you can transfer the beagle into your name on the NSW Companion Animals Register. This is a legal requirement and means you can be contacted should your beagle go missing. You can download this form in our RESCUE FORMS section.



If you would like to know more about any of the listed beagles then please click on the dog's photo or the link for his/her full profile & contact the person stated at the bottom of the profile. If there is an email address it will be written in bold blue text.

Remember these are not in foster care with Beagle Rescue NSW so please don't fill out the Application to Adopt A Beagle in Foster Care form. You will need to contact the owner/guardian direct.

Please also understand that these beagles are not necessarily FREE to a good home.

** GOLDEN OLDIES (8 years & over) **

We still have lots of love to give the family that adopts us


                                                                                                                                                                                                            HONEY -- Listed 14 July 2017 - 11 yrs 10 mths tri-colour lady
My name is Honey and just like my name states, I'm golden and sweet! I may be almost 12 years young and a bit of the curvy side but my humans are also quite elderly and just don't have the mobility to walk me and play with me anymore.
Click here to see all of Honey's information

WILLIAM -- Listed 20 July 2017 - 8 yo tri gent
William is lovely, he does bark a lot which is a problem as we are in a complex and have had complaints. He is a rescue dog and has a very lovely personality. He is quite obsessed with food.
Click here to see all of William's information


  (Under 8 years)

FRANK -- Listed 17 July 2017 - 2 yr 5 mth old lemon & white boy
It is with so much regret that we have to find Frank a new home. We have had to relocate from a large house with secure backyard, to a small unit. This is not suiting Frank at all. At the moment we are getting him cared for by friends, so that we can still be near to him, but it doesn't seem fair to Frank to keep swapping and changing his homes and rules.
Click here to see all of Frank's information

KRAYZIE -- Listed 24 July 2017 - 15 mth old ltri-colour boy
Due to health issues we need to move into small accommodation with family and have nowhere for our boy. Krayzie is a fun, loving boy who loves cuddles and playing, especially chasing the kids and running away from them as he is very hard to catch and yet makes it looks so easy :)....
Click here to see all of Krayzie's information


Occasionally there are older puppies & adult beagles available FOR SALE that have been bred or are owned by Beagle Club members, they are NOT rescue dogs so please do not waste our members time by asking if they are FREE. They will be registered with either Dogs NSW or another state canine control organisation (have papers), are microchipped, wormed, fully vaccinated and in most cases, desexed. If they are not yet desexed, the breeder will require you to have the dog desexed at the appropriate age, as they are not being sold for breeding.