Daniel the beagle had a rough start. When he was only six months old, he was set tobe euthanized in Florence Alabama. He was placed in a chamber filled with carbon monoxide, with 17 other dogs. The other dogs that were placed in the chamber died.
To the surprise and amazement of the shelter workers, Daniel come out of the chamber, wagging his tail. He was named Daniel, after the biblical character Daniel in the bible who survived the Lion’s Den.
Courtesy of Eleventh Hour rescue, Daniel went to NJ. He was adopted by Dwyer family in Nutley, N.J. Joe Dwyer is a fifty year old dog trainer and motivational speaker. He feels that Daniel has a bright future, in building public awareness for animal adoptions.
On New Year’s day Daniel will be riding with eight other rescue dogs, on the Lucy Pet Foundation Float.
He has chosen to be as the organizations spokesdog. He will be performing a trick, called “high five
to keep pets alive”. The Lucy Pet Foundation provides a mobile spay, neuter and adoption clinics throughout the U.S.
The name of the float is Lucy’s Amazing Rescue Dogs. If you want to learn more about Daniel the Beagle,
you can visit his website at DanieltheBeagle.com
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