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You can meet the rescue dogs at our weekend adoption events, or by appointment at the sanctuary.
Beagles and Buddies Sanctuary
23430 Hwy 18
Apple Valley, CA 92307
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
MOBS-A Month of Big Sundays during May
Our rescue is a participant in the California-wide A Month of Big Sundays event, which every May encourages people to volunteer in their community. Sign ups will begin in April. We will have more information then about planned projects at our
rescue. Past activities have included painting, sign-making, building small structures, and bathing dogs.
Click here to learn more about MOBS.
Superpet Adoption Event, Sunday June 2 from 10 am to 3 pm at Irvine Animal Care Center
This annual event is one of the largest pet adoption events in Southern California. Hundreds of cats, dogs, and other animals will be available for adoption. We will be there with 12-16 of our dogs. Volunteers
are welcome to help. If you are a prospective adopter, you may email us if you would like to see a certain dog. email@example.com. Click here for the event's main page.
The event will also include high quality pet supply vendors, low-cost microchipping, a silent auction, and gourmet food trucks.
Service dog training classes, Sundays 10-11 am
Service dog training classes started at our sanctuary on March 25, 2018. They will be every Sunday except holidays. Training is done by Veteran Service Dogs. Classes are free for all military veterans, police officers, and first responders. Class will be every Sunday (not including holidays) from 10am to 11am at B&B's
Dogs Help Heal Center, which is behind our Apple Valley Rescue (marked by colored flags around the gate). Please email Project Manager Cheyanne Blocker for details.
Dog training classes Sundays, 10-11 am
Dog training classes started at our sanctuary on April 8, 2018. We welcome both new and experienced pet parents. Classes are on a 4 week rotation and are held at the Dogs Help Heal Center behind our rescue and will be combined with the
service dog classes at first. If you are driving east on Highway 18, you will pass our rescue and turn left at the next road (which is gravel and has no sign) and drive up to the second fenced off field on the left- there will be multicolored flags around
Classes may run a half hour longer as needs permit and will be on a monthly subscription. $160 a month for each member with no class makeups. Contact Cheyanne.firstname.lastname@example.org
Class Curriculum will cover
~ Basic Commands: sit, down, stay, and watch me.
~ A segment on health
~Dog and Owner Relationship building to include active engagement and communication.
~Equipment and resources as pet owners.
No leashes longer than 6 ft' and NO retractable leashes. Only flat and Martingale collars are permitted. Treats are highly recommended. **BRING POOP BAGS**
IRVINE ADOPTION EVENTS
Twice a year we participate in huge adoption events at the Irvine Animal Care Center: Home for The Holidays in December and Super Pet in June. We get a big boost in adoptions from these events, and we couldn't do it without the
Disney Voluntears who help us out. Here's some of the team from the event on December 10th, 2017.
Groom Expo West 2017
Every February we provide the dogs for the Rescue Roundup grooming competition at Groom Expo West in Pasadena. It's one of the largest grooming expos in the world. 2017's winner was Portland groomer Sara Szymanski, who earned $1000 in prize money. Her winning dog was a B&B volunteer's dog: Poco, a volunteer himself. He is great at socializing our shy dogs.
Click here for pics of the successful Specials Adoption Fiesta held on Sept 30, 2007.
A night at the Opera! Click Here!
A WEINER WITH A HEART!
Tinkerbell, who has her own fitted "wheelchair" cart, visited the Canoga Park High School farm with an elementary class from Frostig school in Pasadena. She shared her life through a book that was recently written about her,
"A Weiner with a Heart." She visited with the students and farm residents. Here are some photos of her fun day with high school student Julie Kirby and teacher Melissa Barcellos.