Update from her foster home (7/29):
Linny is the cutest little bundle of joy! One of the most happiest, sweetest and loving little beagles I have ever met. She is very slender and delicately boned.
Linny loves to play with her toys, her foster beagle brother, Luke, and her humans. She is good with other dogs, her foster brother and the other small dogs we met at the dog park.
She is fairly good on the leash and she recognizes that the leash means a walk. She knows her name and a few commands, but like all beagles may choose to ignore them.
So far there have been no accidents in the house. Linny is quiet, only barking a few times when we have had our rambunctious playtime. She will also stay in her crate with only a little whine at first then she settles down. She does not go into the crate on her own but will not resist you putting her in it.
Linny is a beautiful little girl and loves to have her picture taken!
Linny came to visit today. I was surprised at how little she is. Maybe she should be called Skinny Linny. She is very delicately made. Her coloring is dilute - so her brown is a lovely fawn color. She is friendly and seems to understand stairs and furniture. She enjoyed playing with my stocky Tasso. She can run fast, but also comes running to me when I call (I can't say I could compete with a squirrel or something fun like that!). She enjoys getting pets and kisses. She is a lovely little lady. She can be a bit of a door darter, so you need to be careful with her!
Linny's story with BREW is an unusual one: She was at a WV shelter as a stray when there was a raid on a hoarder in the county. The incoming dogs caused a major crowding crisis at the shelter. So, in an attempt to save as many dogs as possible, the shelter staff worked to move the most adoptable dogs to rescues.
Linny was one of those adoptable dogs!
She described as sweet, loving, adorable, and \"cute as a bug's ear\" (which I suppose is terribly cute, right!?)