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Beagle Rescue NSW

About the shelter

In response to the rising number of beagles surrendered to rescue organisations and local pounds, The Beagle Club of NSW Inc. formed its rescue and rehoming service on March 2003.

The institution aims to help unwanted beagles and find them fur-ever homes with loving families. While in the club’s care, assigned foster carers tend to the animals’ daily needs and shower them with love and affection.

With its relatively good health and wonderful temperament, the beagle makes an ideal family pet. The Beagle Club of NSW’s website has a well-designed section for beagles up for adoption, where you can discover your perfect match based on the pooch’s lifestyle, age, type, size, and gender. You can find a self-evaluation section that will test your willingness, capacity, and readiness to adopt a beagle, or read about the perks of taking in an older beagle.

You can also buy items on the website that feature the adorable breed. All the proceeds go straight to the food, shelter, medicine, and treatments of the club’s rescue dogs.


  • The Beagle Club of NSW’s mission is to educate anyone interested in adopting animals about the breed’s specific traits and needs—ensuring fewer unwanted, abandoned, and surrendered beagles in New South Wales, Australia.
  • The club also aims to find homes for beagles whose owners are unable to keep them.

How you can help

How could you resist these adorable beagles? Bring them home or help them out by being a beagle buddy! Place a donation, send supplies, help transport them, or be a beagle foster carer.




George Street, Sydney, NSW 2000


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