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Our average cost per beagle for medical care is well over $689, much more if the beagle has special needs. Please consider making a donation. You can use the PayPal™ link above to sponsor Maja or visit our Help a Beagle page for more options.

Maja's Sponsors
Thomas Rochenski
Christi Rivett
Patricia Warner
Andrew Dresher
Cindy Laurenza
Carol Grover
Walk on the Moon
Get Well Maja! Love, The McGearty's
Kedric Bartsch
Paula Jean Hamlin
Elizabeth Nathans
Richard Gilley
Sally Bashalany
You'll soon have the forever home that you deserve, Maja. "Josie" Bashalany
Thomas Scarlata
Stephen Lincoln
Joan Siegel
In loving memory of our beloved 14 year old beagle Aurora. Congratulations for all you do for the beagles!
Pat Nelson
Debby Galvin
Elizabeth Laliberty
David Galvin
Andrea O'Donnell
Carol Hahn
Karam Dhanoa
Heather Bourbeau
What a sweet little lady!!! Get Well Maja!
Marilyn Breuer
Maja,you are such a beautiful little girl. We want to give you hugs & kisses. Here's to better health & a forever home. Marilyn Breuer & Daisy
Mary Lockwood
Marsha Reidy
Laura Guskiewicz
Robyn Devine
Patricia Lyons
Doreen Farina
Robert and Diane Shepard
This donation is for Maja and is given in memory of our beloved beagle Marti.
Harvey Ross
A Friend of B.O.N.E.S.
Get well, little one!
Julie Collins
This donation is in memory of my sweet, little girl Dickens, who also suffered from seizures.
Scott Michaud
Suann Aubut
In loving memory of our sweet "Ole Man" Chief
Christina J Donato
Glenda Templet
Get well soon!
Kay Watman
Gregg Monette
Dianne Currier
In loving memory of Indy who had seizures too.
Kelly Brown

7.5 year old female
Good with some dogs
Unsure about cats
Good with adults only

Update: 11-05-2013
Thank you, Thank you, and Thank you! - To everyone who was kind enough to contribute to my medical fund in the past few months. I can't begin to tell you how much your kindness and generosity has made possible for me – along with all the prayers, good wishes and encouragement. Thanks to all the great medical care and training support you helped provide, my foster mom says I am now just a normal beagle girl with a couple quirks. (I think that is good news – right?) She also says I am sweet tempered, cute, charming and smart. Anyway, I wanted to bring everyone up to date on my progress and tell you about a few new adventures.

I have continued seizure free since March and my neurologist has already started reducing my medications, but I will need to continue on daily medication for life to insure continued good health. Though my eyesight is less than perfect, I can get around so well today with my nose and remaining sight it hardly matters in my day-to-day life. Many people I meet never notice and are surprised when told my sight is limited. Just came down to substituting one great sense for another.

I continue to enjoy my daily walks and traveling with my foster family. The car has become my favorite toy! I can't wait to be out and about every day with anyone going anywhere. When my foster parents grab the keys and say "errands" - I run for the door! Riding in my crate is fun and there are so many exciting places to go and new people to meet. I'm a hugger – love attention! Favorite stops are the bank and our local Starbucks. What a wonderful system – you drive up – cookies come out of the window! We have made a lot of trips in the RV the last few months and my favorite place to be is the beach. I have become a world class beach bum – or so I have been told – and could spend hours walking the shoreline. It's a real beagle sniffing wonderland and they even scatter snacks along the water's edge – crab legs and clams on the half-shell! Check out my new photos!

My foster Mom recently introduced what she called a "training event" – my first trip to the pet supply store. She may call it training, I call it heaven! A whole store filled with wonderfulness for dogs – I sampled the treats, became the center of attention in less than a minute, met a nice cat and picked out my own new bed. Meeting all the new dogs and their people was great and I engaged in doggie meet and greet like I was an old pro. Hope that means we get to go back this week – loved the freeze dried liver snacks and talk about giving my nose a work out!

I continue to work with my trainer to become a well-trained beagle girl. My favorite thing in life is being with my family and pack. All I ask is love, affection and compassion for my handicaps. Snuggling with my humans and spending time with them is my only wish. I have become my foster parents' shadows– never more than a few feet away – life is just so much more fun that way! Unfortunately, this has led me to feel a bit insecure when left alone but we are working with an expert team at Tufts to make me feel less worried at those times. I never bark inappropriately, have never chewed or damaged anything, love a well-established and reliable daily schedule and am reliably house trained. The only time I may have an accident is when left alone at home in my crate. It is just that now my life is so wonderful I get afraid it will change and no one will take care of me if they leave me. It will just take some time and continued support to insure me I will not be abandoned ever again.

My life before B.O.N.E.S. was filled with neglect, fear and debilitating illness. Now it is filled with kindness, play, security and good health – what more could a beagle girl ask for? Maybe, just a loving forever family.

Maja Being Taught How to Play

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Maja's Medical Fund Progress

Goal: $3,000


 $3,500 (116.66%)