help save a life
Sponsor a Beagle
Sponsoring one of our beagles is a great way to show your support for Midwest BREW. We rely on the donations of generous animal lovers like you to be able to rescue beagles. In many cases, these homeless dogs require extensive veterinary care—much more than the adoption donation covers. Each beagle that comes into Midwest BREW’s program is brought up to date on shots, heartworm tested, spayed or neutered, dewormed, and microchipped. In addition, we must supply flea/tick and heartworm preventatives, any continuing medication, and occasionally even food until that beagle is adopted. Sometimes they are kenneled for brief time until a foster home opens up. If the beagle needs treatment for heartworm, we provide that as well.
Examples of what your sponsorship can provide:
30lb Special Dog Food
4DX Test (Heartworm, Lyme, Ehrlichia, Anaplasmosis)
30lb Special Puppy Food
Missy Needs Your Help
Missy is a sweet 8-year-old beagle girl that recently came into the Midwest BREW program. She visited the vet a few days ago and she has several conditions that need medical care. Missy tested positive for anaplasmosis, she has a thyroid condition, the right side of her heart is slightly enlarged and she has a Grade III tracheal collapse (flattening of the tracheal rings that affect the respiratory system). She has started medication for her conditions and she is currently resting comfortably in her foster home.
We can only provide the medical attention she requires through your generosity. Please consider making a donation towards her care. The amount is unimportant. Every cent counts. To donate, please click on “Sponsor a Beagle”.
Missy and Midwest BREW thank you for your support.
Debbie Roberts: Wishing Missy a speedy recovery! Elizabeth Cash. Patricia Patras: You are such a sweetie, Missy. Keep taking your meds so you can feel better and better! Love Pat, Sally, and Bailey (I’m a Midwest BREW too)! Deborah Szymanik: Prayers for this sweet beagle. Thank you for saving her. Anonymous. Johna Davidson. Dorothy Decker. Jill Taplin: You are a beautiful girl. I love your spots! Carol Parsons. Deb and Rob Little: In memory of Holly.
Please help us make Scouts days special
Update 08/04/23: Scout crossed the Rainbow Bridge where he is free. Thank you to the wonderful foster family that gave him all love and care they could. And many thanks to all that sponsored this wonderful dog.
Scout is a sweet 9 year old beagle that came into the program with severe glaucoma in both eyes. Scout’s eyes were removed and he is a much happier boy that acts just like any other dog.
Scout had his appointment and diagnostic tests with the veterinary cardiologist a couple of days ago. Unfortunately, the outcome is not as positive as we were hoping for. Scout has severe heart disease (degenerative mitral valve, degenerative tricuspid valve, and pulmonary hypertension) and he has now become part of our Hospice Care Program. Scout will remain with his foster family where he will receive the love and medical care that he requires until the time comes to help him pass.
Once again we appeal to your generosity to help us offset the cost of his medical care. Please consider making a donation to help us continue to provide the best care for Scout. Any amount helps!
Sherry Morgan. Ronda Blayer. Yuqing Shao. Andrew and Jenifer Schreiner: In memory of our beloved Scout who just passed. Good luck sweet boy. Holly Pozzi: Sending love from me and my one-eyed wonder beagle, Clancy. Shannon Woods. Kelly Spanke: Hugs and love sent to sweet boy Scout. Anonymous: Hope Scout will have no more health issues in the future. Elizabeth Cash. Christina Babich: Sending so much love from Christina and fellow Beagle rescues Bowie Mercury & Jack Elvis. Anonymous. Tiffany Slubowski. Elizabeth Cash. Marybeth Gerard: I hope you are feeling better sweet boy. Antonella Scarpiello: In loving memory of Pippa. Alyssa Olsson. Lisa Snider. Sue Brady: Prayers for Scout’s heart condition. What a sweetie, even being blind. Holly Pozzi. Stephanie Rodriguez: Hoping Scout feels better and his health improves. Sending Scout positive vibes! Susie Gailey. Tammy Sultsna: Thank you for all you do. Amy Spaulding: Sending love sweet boy! Andrew and Jenifer Schreiner: Stay strong sweet boy. Sandy Swaim. Allan Family. Tracy Nasiadka and Vince Sands: Rest easy Scout! You are loved! Anonymous: Thank you for helping this sweet boy. So sad. James Guadgnola: Wish I could help more. Christine Pierce. Jessica Kirby: Love you Scouty. You will have the best home until you cross the Rainbow Bridge. You’re in the best possible home you could be in. Your fur-parents will take the very best care of you. Hugs Julie and Brian, I know this isn’t easy. Jackie Stone: Hugs to you, Scout! Cathy Holmes: To help with any expenses. Laurie Daly: Sweet Scout, I wish I could do more for you. Stephanie Renguso: Sending so much love on behalf of my current pack and my 2 blind beagles waiting at the Rainbow Bridge. Anonymous: Rest easy buddy, you are loved beyond measure. Paul Romine. Cindy Morin. Robin VanderRoest: Lots of Love to Scout! Carol Booth: Be comfortable, Scout.
A Long Road for Perry
Sweet boy Perry could use your help.
Perry was picked up by animal control after being hit by a car.
Because of the severity of his fractures, saving the right front leg is not possible and it was amputated. After that, he will need to have a lot of care including acupuncture and laser therapy to try to restore nerve function.
Perry is recovering from his surgery to remove his leg and to be neutered. He is pretty painful right now, he will be brought to his foster home where he will be on high level pain medication to try and control the pain.
Thank you all for your support and your donations. We couldn’t possibly help Perry and other dogs like him without your generous contributions.