Colorado Beagle Rescue spays and neuters ALL Beagles that come into our organization. This is mandatory and there are absolutely NO exceptions. If a Beagle is too young to be spayed/neutered, we will call the adopting family when the time is appropriate for the surgery and make arrangements to get this done. We request a copy of the bill from the vet performing the procedure so we have this documentation for our records.
We submit statistics to the Colorado Department of Agriculture showing how many Beagles have come into Colorado Beagle Rescue along with the spay/neuter stats.
We continue with our fundraising events along with maintaining and updating our website and our Facebook page to keep the public aware of what Colorado Beagle Rescue is doing and what dogs we have available for adoption.
We actively work with several out of state Beagle rescue organizations in the Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas puppy mill areas by accepting Beagles that are not wanted and placing them in Colorado. We work with Hope for Paws and also Pilots n Paws in transporting these Beagles to Colorado where they are placed into a foster or forever home.
We are very proud to be able to work with these out of state rescue groups and Hope for Paws in making a difference in a Beagle's life. We placed over 100 beagles in 2017 with nearly half having come from the Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas puppy mill areas.