21 beagles are being released by a testing laboratory to RESQ (Pune) for rehabilitation and rehoming. They are 6 years old. They are vaccinated and will be neutered (they cannot have puppies). They have lived their entire lives in isolation of an indoor laboratory. They do not have any of the instincts that one takes for granted in an adult dog - they are not toilet trained, they do not know how to walk on a leash, they take time to trust humans, they don't know how to play with toys, they are shy and nervous. Since they feel insecure in their new surroundings, they have a very high tendency of running away from home.

Stringent security measures have to be followed to ensure their safety.

These Beagles require is lots of patience and commitment to help them learn to live as family pets. Please fill this form if you are interested in taking the responsibility of giving these beautiful animals a forever loving home and family. 



(As it appears on a valid Govt. ID Proof)
Contact Number *

Your Age *

Your Home Address
House Number, Street, City, Pin Code
(where your pet will live with you) *

THE BEAGLES CANNOT TRAVEL BY AIR OR TRAIN. We cannot organise transport of the beagles. You will have to come down personally to accompany the dog back home by road (only) after the adoption process is completed.  Proxy adopters will not be entertained.  We will allow adoptions ONLY if your city is within a 12 hour driving distance from Pune.
Which State do you reside in? *

Out station adopters need to personally come down to Pune and make arrangements to accompany the dog back home BY ROAD ONLY
Your Current Profession? *

Will you be the primary care-giver, that is, the person who is responsible for the physical and emotional well-being of the dog? *

Is your Home rented? *

If your home is rented, do you have your landlord's permission to keep a dog? *

Please give us details of who lives with you at your current address and your relationship with them. Please include details of current pets also. *

Have you had dogs before? *

If yes, please tell us a bit more about them...

Where will the beagle be kept during the day? *

How many hours in a day are you away at work (including your commute time)? *

Is there any part of the house that the beagle won't have access to? *

Where will the beagle sleep at night? *

Has every member of your family given their agreement to adopt a laboratory released beagle? *

What are the arrangements for your beagle in the event that you and family needs to travel/ go out of town? *

Which vet do you plan to take your beagle to? *

How do you plan to take your beagle to the vet? *

For how many hours in a day will the beagles be kept tied up? *

From where did you hear about the laboratory released beagles? *

Under what circumstances would you consider returning the beagle? *

If recommended by the Adoption Counselling team, what safety measures are you willing to invest in? *

Why do you wish to adopt a laboratory released beagle? *

If you require more specific help with taking care of your beagle than what your counsellor can provide, are you willing to spend time, money and effort to work with a recommended canine behaviourist? *

What diet would your beagle be on? *

How many hours a day will you spend exercising your dog, including walks and playtime? *

If the team thinks it's necessary, would be agreeable to a pre-adoption house check? *

Anything else you wish to add? *

Thank you for wanting to adopt a Laboratory Rescued Beagle. 

Please be patient.
Our Adoption team will contact you in serial order which can be expected to take upto 14 days. 

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