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Lost & Found

Sunshine Beagles is committed to supporting our beagle community, especially in times of crisis. Our group aids in reuniting lost and found beagles through social media networking, neighborhood canvassing, flyer distributions, and search parties.

Please review and share the below beagles still missing in South Florida,
and enjoy our success stories of our beagles buddies making it back home. Read our tips on what to do if you lose your pup, and how to be proactive.

Lost Beagles

Dakota

Sex:

Male

(305) 316-0134

Date Last Seen:

January 1, 2023

Area Last Seen:

Near Charles W. Flanagan High School in Pembroke Pines 33028

Description:

Brown, black, and white.

Buddy

Sex:

Male

(305) 519-7560

Date Last Seen:

October 20, 2022

Area Last Seen:

Near Coral Gables Hospital, SW 26 St. 33133

Description:

White, tan, and grey senior beagle boy. 12 yrs old.

Peyton

Sex:

Female

(954) 678-7146

Date Last Seen:

April 3, 2022

Area Last Seen:

Near 3rd Ave & Commercial Blvd, in Oakland Park, 33334

Description:

White with black & brown. Blind in one eye. 14 yrs old.

Chloe

Sex:

Female

(754) 208-9790

Date Last Seen:

March 12, 2021

Area Last Seen:

Near Hallandale Beach Blvd, in Hollywood 33023

Description:

White and brown.

Lucy

Sex:

Female

(786) 915-2617

Date Last Seen:

November 20, 2022

Area Last Seen:

Near Dunkin off of W 68 St in Hialeah, 33016

Description:

Brown & white.

Max

Sex:

Male

(305) 303-6391

Date Last Seen:

September 9, 2022

Area Last Seen:

Near Sw 71 Ave, 33144

Description:

Black, white, and brown.

Paxton

Sex:

Female

(954) 801-2438

Date Last Seen:

September 18, 2021

Area Last Seen:

Near Dania Beach Blvd in Dania Beach, 33004

Description:

Black, white, and brown. Long body.

Murphy

Sex:

Male

(None)

Date Last Seen:

October 28, 2022

Area Last Seen:

Near Williams Ave in Coral Gables, 33133.

Description:

Black, white, and brown.

Chip

Sex:

Male

(561) 303-6820

Date Last Seen:

June 27, 2022

Area Last Seen:

Near Haverhill Rd, 33415

Description:

White and brown.

Max

Sex:

Male

(305) 905-7756

Date Last Seen:

May 5, 2021

Area Last Seen:

Near Hallandale Beach Blvd, in Hollywood 33023

Description:

Black, white, and brown.

Beagles Back Home!

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Bubby

"I’d like to firstly thank you personally Natasha since the second I posted I had lost my beagle (Bubby) you were the first person to reach out & helped us look for him along with some other beagle moms of our group chat. Thankfully with the help of Sunshine Beagles my Bubby was reunited back home with us. I want to say thank you to all the beagle moms and to Natasha for being so welcoming to Bubby & I since day 1 . 🐾♥️🐾"

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Bailey, Snoopy, & Bobby

"Losing my beagles was very heart breaking for me because even though they are chipped, I don’t know who is out there and if someone was willing to give them back if they were taken in or even worse, have my dogs get ran over by a car.

I had a lot of anxiety at the time and it immediately occurred to text the group chat because they were always there to help. I had seen many success stories and they are the first people I contacted.

 

Immediately 5 people volunteered for a search party and my heart was at ease. I had faith we would find my beagles sooner rather than later with the help of the beagle community.

 

I’ve never experienced being part of a community that helps you with your dog wants, needs, advice, suggestions and emergencies. It was very calming knowing they had my back. We found my babies. I couldn’t have done it without their help. I am forever grateful being part of a community that isn’t just pet ownership but a family."

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Rocky

"El 23 de Octubre Rocky mi Beagle se escapó de la casa y estuvo muchas horas perdido, lo buscamos por todas partes pero no aparecía, entonces pusimos su foto en el Ring y enseguida comenzamos a recibir  mensajes de apoyo de muchas personas y en especial de Natasha que pertenece a la organización Sunshine Beagles que muy amablemente se mantuvieron en contacto conmigo hasta que encontraron a Rocky y me lo trajeron de vuelta a la casa. Estamos muy agradecidos con toda la Familia de Sunshine Beagles por ayudarnos a recuperarlo… 🐕 Gracias, muchas gracias 💛🐕💛"

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Mocha

"We appreciate you, if it wasn't for you we would still be looking for Mocha. Thank you so much for everything."

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Willow

"Thank you for everything it was very comforting to know we had support."

Sunshine Beagles has provided crucial support to beagles and their families during emergencies, and we are very happy to share the success stories of those beagles who made it home safely!

We are eternally grateful to our volunteers who have made these stories possible, by conducting search parties, canvassing neighborhoods, assisting with flyers, sharing on social media, contacting local pet resources, and so much more!

Helpful Tips

When You've Lost Your Pup

Walk and drive around the neighborhood with treats & familiar items - get as many to help with this as you can!

 

Distribute and post flyers in the area with your pet's name, sex, breed, area & date last seen, & your contact info.

 

Post on your social media, social media pages & groups for lost pets, and sites like Pawboost, 24 Pet Connect, etc immediately.

 

Contact the county's animal services, local animal shelters, vets, & pet supply stores.

 

Leave their blanket or bed outside in the area to attract them with the familiar scent.

Consider hiring a pet detective.

And of course, contact us for support!

Be Proactive

Microchip your pup and register your contact information. Check registration status:

 

Keep their collar and ID tag on them at all times, even when inside the house but especially when they're outside.

 

Consider a tracking collar or device, such as an AirTag, Fi Smart Dog Collar, Tractive GPS Dog Tracker, Whistle GO Explore, etc.

 

Don't leave them in your yard unsupervised, especially if your yard is not completely fenced.

 

Don't let them off-leash in unsecured areas, such as unfenced parks, shopping plazas, your front yard, etc.

Regularly check their collar or harness to ensure they can't wriggle out of it easily.

When You've Found a Pup

Walk and drive around the immediate area with the pup with them safely leashed and secured. The family could be out searching nearby.

 

Put together a flyer that leaves out one or more identifying physical traits to help confirm ownership.

 

Distribute and post flyers in the area with a photo, date found, & your contact info. Make sure the photo leaves out the identifying trait(s).

 

Post on social media, pages & groups for lost pets, and sites like Pawboost, 24 Pet Connect, etc immediately.

 

Contact the county's animal services, local animal shelters, vets, & pet supply stores.

Ask for proof of ownership.

And of course, contact us for support!

By taking proactive measures, and through the community's support, we can keep our pups home, healthy, and safe.

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