How I ended up in the 'low

Beagles are a special and wonderful breed. They come with special instructions, however! We chat about those here!


Brandy was spotted in the woods around Cleveland. Someone had been leaving food out for her but she would not come up to anyone. She had to be trapped before she could come down for vet care. She will be at the Bungalow for socializing. She already comes up for a treat and is playing with the pack. She makes 9 feral beagles that the Bungalow is caring for!


Cyrus is an 8 y/o male who came with a dozen plus beagle from a hoarding situation in Sount Houston. Cyrus originally went to Austin but his foster family there is moving and there is not a place for him to go. Cyrus is still more feral than not. He will come for treats and sure know when Cookie Time is! He will stay at the Sanctuary for as long as it takes to comfortable around people.


8 y/o Eve is the most skittish of all the dogs rescued from that hoarding situation. She knows her dog door and knows her name. She hops up on the couch where she expects her treat or dinner bowl to be placed. She has taken a treat from a hand only once and she was terrified that she would be touched! She is playing more with her pack mates and does not run and hide when visitors come into the yard. Slow but steady progress!


Dinah is a 7 y/o cutie who came from that same hoarder. She is very skittish around people. After two months, she has gotten brave enough to take a treat from a hand! Progress is slow when socializing these feral dogs. She learned the dog door after we finally were convinced that coming in for dinner did not mean being locked up forever! She has the cutest little bay that she loves to use!


Dallas is a 7 y/o male who plays like a 2 year old! Dallas was an owner surrender to HBHR and has been living at the Bungalow since February. He loves being the vocal member of a large pack and showing off at how he can beat the pups to any ball thrown! Both of Dallas’s kneecaps pop out at times and makes him walk bow-legged! The surgery that would correct this problem requires the dog to be confined in a crate for 6 weeks with minimal activity. Dallas will never agree to this! He hopes that one day, he will find some family that loves bow-legged boys!


Holly turns 16 this year. She has had a wonderful life filled with love since being found on the streets 13 years ago! Her Mom recently took a job overseas, so Holly has moved to the bungalow to spend the rest of her Golden Years. She loves going out and exploring the yards with frequent naps throughout the day. She recently lost her sister, Milan, to cancer but has adjusted to Milan being gone well. Holly makes a sweet addition to our permanent crew!


10 y/o Poco was an owner surrender. She is overweight and not fully house broken after being a yard dog for years. She is sweet and loving and has quickly adjusted to life with a warm bed to sleep in! She will stay at the Bungalow until she is ready for life with a family of her own!


This red tick coonhound mix was found stray and taken to a shelter in Waco. She was timid and would not interact with adoptive families. HBHR was called to give this girl a second chance. At the ‘Low, she is slowly learning to trust people and will come for pets more often now. She loves squeaky toys and is learning to play with others. Watching the others in the pack interact with humans is the best medicine we can give this beautiful girl!