Bean’s Beagles Dog Rescue will interview each and every potential adopter.
A home check will be required to ensure our rescued Beagle and his or her new family will be happy.
Bean’s Beagles Dog Rescue reserves the right to refuse to adopt one of our Beagles to any person(s) for any reason.
Samaria was turned into the shelter because her owners did not have the money for her much needed surgery. She has a mammary tumor and a hernia. Samaria’s blood work showed good results; therefore, she will get the surgeries she lovingly deserves to feel better.
We DESPERATELY need donations for Samaria’s three part surgeries. 1) two part mammary removal 2) Hernia closure including lifting and placing uterus back in place 3) spaying her.
Please feel free to click on the links below to view costs for Samaria’s surgeries.
Samaria Bean’s Beagles Surgery #2
Samaria’s Bean’s Beagles Surgery #1
Please donate today through PayPal on our website or directly to Bean’s Beagles Dog Rescue P O Box 1613 Costa Mesa, CA 92627.
Let’s work together to get Samaria on the road to recovery and to her new forever home.
Whittiker was brought in to the shelter by an animal control officer. Whittiker did have a microchip, owner(s) were notified; however they never came to pick up this sweet boy. He is approximately 9-10 years old. Whittiker is being treated for a mass on the left side of his face. We are still getting to know this sweet boy. We can tell you he is friendly, well-behaved, housebroken, and gets along very well with his foster pals. He loves to sleep on top of many blankets or comforters. We will update Whittiker’s condition as progress is made.
This little adorable Beagle-Doxie mix came to us from an animal shelter. According to the shelter, he is approximately 11-12 years young. Alfie was his shelter given name; however, he is affectionally called “Norm” by his foster mommy. Norm is now healthy enough to be neutered and have his major dental procedure done. Donations are appreciated to help cover these medical expenses. We are still getting to know Norm and will post new information as it becomes available.
Ginger is a 9 year old Bassett-Beagle mix who came to us from a Craig’s List advertizement. After her owner stopped breeding her, she left her behind here in California and went back east saying Ginger was of “no use” to her anymore. Ginger’s owner also left her with several tumors. Thanks to generous donations, her tumors were removed, biopsies were done and the tests showed the tumors non-cancerous. Hurray !! Ginger is a happy go lucky girl. She is housebroken, well behaved, loves walks and car rides. She loves children of all ages and loves getting hugs from them. She gets along great with other dogs. No cats please. Ginger is currently living with her foster sister Taffy, enjoying parks, trail walks and her favorite lunch place In-n-Out Burgers.