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SHELTER SPOTLIGHT


RALEIGH, NC, September 15, 2011 – Triangle Beagle Rescue (TBR) of North Carolina is a non-profit 501(c) (3) rescue group launched in 2000 and managed by a volunteer board of directors.


TBR operates exclusively through a network of 40 to 45 foster homes, depending on its dedicated team of volunteers to provide temporary, stable, loving, and nurturing environments for homeless beagles. TBR has no paid staff members. TBR’s corps of beagle-loving volunteers is committed to bringing together humans and hounds for a lifetime of love and pleasure in each other’s company. TBR takes beagles from shelters and homes where they are no longer wanted and places them into loving forever homes. TBR uses volunteers to complete phone interviews and home visits with each family that applies to adopt.


An important part of helping beagles is helping their human families. TBR provides support and information about beagles both before and after the adoption process and will take back any beagle adopted from TBR at any time during its life if the adoptive family must give it up.


Through TBR and its partners in the community (Crossroads Veterinary Hospital, North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, and others), beagles


receive unlimited access to state-of-the-art


veterinary care. TBR relies heavily on financial support from beagle lovers across North Carolina in order to fund the costs of this care, which can range widely from routine vaccinations, micro chipping, heartworm treatment and spay/neuter services to advanced


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neurological testing and other comprehensive medical services. TBR receives no public assistance; all of its operating costs come from adoption fees, fundraising efforts, and the support of generous beagle lovers. Between January and September 2011, 64 dogs— including 7 senior dogs, 1 blind dog, and 22 puppies have found forever homes!


TBR hosts two “adoptathons” per month – one in an alternating location in Durham on the second Saturday of each month from 11:00AM to 1:00PM, and the other on the fourth Sunday of each month from 2:00PM to 4:00PM at Animall in Cary Towne Center. Prospective adopters may attend adoptathons to meet the available beagles. Approved adopters may set up visits with the foster families of the dogs they are interested in adopting.


As a non-profit organization registered with the State of North Carolina, all donations and financial contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.


Contact Information:


Karen Carlton, PR Coordinator Triangle Beagle Rescue of North Carolina


919-923-3193 www.tribeagles.org


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