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This section is devoted to our beloved dogs who are waiting at the Rainbow Bridge. If you would like to include a tribute to your B.O.N.E.S. beagle(s) that crossed to Rainbow Bridge, please send your story and/or photo(s) to

Read all of the tributes by paging through them below or click on a name to go to a specific article.

Alexandra Angel (Baby Girl) Autumn Babe Baxter Beagle Billy Beagle
Bo Bob Bobby Boomer Brady Brandi
Brandy Abely Buddy Buddy Bones Castine Cinnamon Clara
Clover Daisy Dina Ethel Bellomy Fitch Frodo Baggins
George George Ginny Golda Gracie Cook Gus
Hanna Hannah Jake Jake and Destiny Jasper Jewel
Jimmy JJ Libby Loo Brew Lucy (Greer) Lucy (Merchan) Lyle
Maggie (Marigold) Mercedes Mickey Webbert Milo Omar Missy Moxie
Muffy Nittany Patty Petey Rigby Rocky
Roscoe Sammy Wiegand Sandy Shelby Shelby Sir Rufus
Skippy Snoopy the Sweetie Sophie T-Bone Teddy Abely Tucker Abely
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Jewel A little over two years ago, I was asked to foster ten-and-a-half year-old SSB (Sensational Senior Beagle) Jewel. I was reluctant for several reasons and another volunteer took her in.

However, I couldn't get her little face out of my brainwindowsup and a short time later I decided to adopt her. She weighed over forty pounds when she came into the program, but I take pride in getting beagles fit.

After some medical attention, this girl blossomed....she was a character, funny, entertaining, and always full of energy—especially when she reached her goal weight of 26.2 pounds.

The other volunteer had given Jewel a little stuffed toy and this continued to be her very favorite play toy... she would grab it and run around the house with it... insisting that I toss it for her to retrieve. This was a girl who could barely climb stairs initially. My resident beagle, Sashi, also fell in love with her.

Sadly, we lost her yesterday quite unexpectedly. She developed signs of heart disease and pulmonary edema barely a week ago. Despite treatment she continued to decline and we had to make the difficult decision to let her go.

Her time with me was too short, but the quality of that time and her joy cannot be measured. Her absence is painful, but her presence was immeasurable. I am grateful that B.O.N.E.S. took her in and that her time with us was nothing short of joyful. Here she is all svelte and happy.