Wisconsin Humane Society to pick up another van of beagles from Virginia, seeks foster homes

Photo courtesy of Wisconsin Humane Society

WISCONSIN (CBS 58) -- The Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS) put out a plea for more dog foster parents Monday, announcing plans to pick up another van full of beagles from the group of 4,000 being removed from a Virginia mass-breeding facility.

WHS says this will be a group of adult dogs, who may need extra time and care before they can be placed for adoption.

In a post on social media Monday, the humane society said in part, "Whether you’re able to take home a dog currently in need of foster care to make room for these new arrivals or willing to let one of these brave pups crash at your place while they heal, adjust, and come out of their shell, we would be endlessly grateful!"

To sign up, you'll start by watching a 15-minute orientation video and submitting application, which you can find here.

Once approved, foster parents are able to read through the humane society's listing of animals in need and choose whichever feels right their home.

The dogs are expected to arrive in the next week.

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