Beagle Paws is a non-profit rescue based in Newfoundland who focuses on the rehabilitation and adoption of Beagles. Beagle Paws was the vision of founder Sheila Lewis, in 2002 she made it her mission to bring awareness of the plight of Beagles in the province of Newfoundland. Her promotion of the Beagle as “More than just hunting dogs, they are pets too!” attracted a lot of attention. Other passionate Beagle lovers came forward with offers to help. In January of 2003 the official Beagle Paws organization was formed.
Founded in St. John’s, Newfoundland it has now grown to be Canada’s largest Beagle Rescue Organization, with an established volunteer base in British Columbia, Alberta, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. Our non-profit registered charity relies on the support of dedicated volunteers all over Canada to help save abandoned and neglected Beagles on a daily basis. Tricia, Danni, and Bobbie are all part of the Barking Beauties Salon team of professional groomers located in St. John’s, Newfoundland. They all spent the day giving nail trims and paw print pet tattoos. They donated their time and skills, but 5.00 donations were accepted to benefit Beagle Paws. If you are interested in learning more about Beagle Paws, please check the link below!