Click on the Queen to read more about Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagles. Our miniature beagles are the first and only internationally recognized Pocket Beagle Breed and the smallest registrable rare breed hound in existence!
All about the Toy Beagle, known as Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagle, including info, pictures, breeders, rescues, care, temperament, health, puppy pictures
Our supervised network of breeders is devoted to the improvement of the Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagle: the smallest rare breed hound in existence. We also specialize in toy therapy dogs, Toy Rottweilers, Toy Boxers, Toy Bulldogs, Toy Panda Dogs.
Smallest in the land Sensitive in nature and adoringly devoted to its family, a Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagle seems to know what you want! Healthy, it house trains easily.
1. Purchase your own Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagleand help make another puppy's tail wag for its child! When you purchase a puppy, 5% of its price funds the 'Get-A-Wag' Program.This grants the wish of an especially deserving child whose family can provide a loving home for a puppy but may not be able to afford to buy one. 2. Nominate a young person or adult you know who is recovering from an illness or has a special need. This includes children with parents serving overseas and underprivileged youths. Many people are eligible. We try to give away a puppy every month. Click to Apply
3. Apply for a discounted puppy: Don't want to wait to see if you can receive a free puppy? Some people may qualify to purchase a puppy at a great discount. We do this for military families or people with special need. Please apply for a price reduction if you cannot afford to purchase your own Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagle Toy Therapy Dog.
to receive information about how to nominate a child
for the next free puppy to be given away.
You can 'Get-A-Wag' to happen!
The First'Get-A-Wag' PRESENTATION August 18, 2010
Candy McNabb of Candyland Kennels presents JellyBelly and basket to Brian. Also pictured is Brian's sister, Brianna, and mother, Kristy Beckley. They live in Montpelier, Virginia
JellyBelly & Pudgy Peeps
Get-A-Wag's FIRST DONATION PUPPIES
Brian was the first 'Get-A-Wag' recipient!
is four years old and was in rehab for a stroke that he suffered in January 2010.
He received his puppy August 18th after he recovered from reconstructive surgery of July.
Get-A-Wag's First Donation Pups
Click on Elyza to read about her life as a service monkey. We recommend dogs to be the best emotional support animals. Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagles are especially well suited to be emotional support service dogs.
Every Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagle breeder sells their puppies through one beagle website and one bear website that are linked together and maintained by the Queen Elizabeth Pocket Breeds Foundation. Prospective puppy buyers have a unique opportunity to do their own comparative shopping in one place as every puppy available anywhere will be listed here.