Tampa Bay Beagle Rescue Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 215
Po Box 271772 Tampa FL 33688 USA
Tampa Bay Beagle Rescue, Inc., is a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating abandoned, abused and neglected beagles so that they can find permanent, loving homes. We are the only nonprofit organization in Florida dedicated exclusively to rescuing beagles.
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Tampa Bay Beagle Rescue is an all volunteer rescue that tries to take in as many homeless beagles and beagle mixes as they can. It all depends on how many fosters they have and the number of dogs each foster is willing to take in. All dogs are medically treated, up to date on vaccines and spayed and neutered. A majority of the dogs start off as heart-worm positive, but TBBR will always take care of it. Adopters find the volunteers willing to help them in the adoption and transition period.
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have more people willing to be fosters.
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Pit L. wrote:
Probably the best rescue for lions, tigers, and other big cats in North America. A huge percentage of donations go directly to... more »
I was interested in adopting a particular bird from them and still am! But am in need of a bit more experience with that birds... more »
Darla G. wrote:
Our family already had a cat and dog, but we love big families and we had room for more. My husband decided he wanted a cat and... more »
Beatrice B. wrote:
This Foundation has helped many animals and animal lovers with incredible information. Karen from Lovely Lita's is patient,very... more »
Horrible animal rescue....a family member adopted a kitten and was told the kitten was 6 weeks old...two weeks later the kitten... more »