Who are we?
What is Building for Beagles?
Education and Community Outreach
Since Beagle Paws was founded, we have helped over 2250 homeless beagles find loving homes. Most importantly we have contributed to changing attitudes feel that attitudes towards more responsible beagle ownership. More people are viewing beagles as house pets first and hunting dogs second; however continued education is still needed.
As a prominent community organization, we get many requests from youth and school groups to speak about what we do. We also get requests from companies and community groups who want to get involved with Beagle Paws as community outreach. This demonstrates the community’s interest in learning about the proper care of beagles which is extremely encouraging.
Unfortunately our current rented space cannot accommodate group visits to our organization. It is a design priority of our new facility to have a community room, allowing groups to meet and visit with the beagles in our care and learn about responsible pet ownership.