Oct
13

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Minnie

I’m Available!

Age: 3-4 years

Gender: Female

UPDATE – 14 DECEMBER 2014Minnie stayed with us for two weeks as a short-term foster (we are moving soon), and she is an adorable, affectionate girl who is a great couch companion with a love for ear, back, and belly rubs. She really enjoyed running around the yard, going for walks, playing with toys, and trying (sometimes successfully) to get my 15-pound dog to play with her. She is very much a beagle, and her mischievous habits included mercilessly trying to counter-surf, chewing on cords and cloth (but never on bedding in her crate),  and sneaking into the basement to raid the cat boxes (quietly pushing or climbing a reinforced free-standing gate of the way). Minnie also proved to have quite the beagle voice, which she chose to use inside more than outside, often when crated as I left and returned from work, when she was ready to get out of the crate in the morning, or when she was trying to get my or another dog’s attention. Minnie is still working on house-training but definitely “has a clue” about going out. She is a truly wonderful, sweet girl who would make a great addition to a beagle-savvy (or well-prepared) home!

2 DECEMBER 2014: Minnie arrived two days ago and is off to a great start in her foster home! She is a 27-pound, tri-color gal, with black highlights on her luxurious ears and around her muzzle. She’s very friendly and has done nicely with the three resident dogs and mostly ignored our cats. Minnie clearly has experience living in a house – she is unphased by stairs, is at home on the couch, and settles nicely into her crate at bedtime. She also generally grasps basic commands such as “sit,” “come,” and “off.” She needs a refresher on house-training, but she regularly goes when let out and will potty on the leash. Her leash skills could also use a little work, but she enjoys walks, as well as looking out windows (car and house). She also likes Nylabones and dog toys.

Yesterday, I worked from home, and Minnie was pretty unphased by my grumbly, 60-pound hound mix in her attempts to be his assistant (under-desk) office manager and managed to sleep peacefully in the office most of the day. Today, she was crated while I was away for work, and she barked some when I left, but she was quiet when I returned and kept her crate clean and dry. Thus far, Minnie has been a picky eater for a beagle, but she’s definitely interested in counter/table-surfing (including getting on top of low tables). She is also a bit of talker and will bark and whine some when excited (and possibly to go out, but not sure about that yet). We’re working on the begging and barking with a water bottle, and she seems to be responsive that. All-in-all, Minnie is a very happy girl in an adorable beagle package, and she eagerly awaits her forever home!

First impressions: Minnie is a 4-year-old spayed female who is fully vetted.  She is very sweet and friendly.  She came in to the Louisa County Animal Shelter with Milly as a stray, so her history is unknown.





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Mar
8

Chelsea

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Chelsea

I’ve Been Adopted!

Age: 9 years

Gender: Female

UPDATE – 1 MAY 2014: Chelsea has been a SUPER-STAR of a foster dog in her nearly two months in our home! She has 8.5 years of pet experience, and it shows – no accidents, no chewing other than toys, plays well with others, sleeps through the night, listens well most of time, etc. Chelsea had previously been an only dog, but she has blended well with our three-dog, three-cat household, and she recently spent a week in another foster home with two much older female beagles and had a great time. She does have some fairly common, beagle-y traits, but these have been minor in our household – barking when she sees other dogs outside and when we come home, pulling a bit on the leash, and some stubbornness, especially outside. But – she is adorable, especially when she plays one-ended (no return) fetch with her favorite bunny toy! We really enjoy having Chelsea around, and she would be a great addition to a home looking for a friendly, but not over-bearing, house-savvy gal who loves to go for daily walks. Chelsea is quite a catch!

23 MARCH 2014: Chelsea has been in her foster home for two weeks now, and she has settled in very nicely, despite an above-average level of chaos in a household that includes three other dogs (all male), three cats, and two humans. She continues to get along well with our pets and hasn’t given up on trying to get the other dogs to play with her. Chelsea will play some through the fence with our neighbors’ young, female bulldog. She also likes dog toys, and we’ve found that she loves to be out in the snow! Yesterday, Chelsea traveled with us to visit friends with three children, ages 4-6, and she was very gentle and friendly with them and had no problems napping while they were playing loudly. She was very interested in some of the kids’ toys, but after we put away the most interesting ones, she left them alone. Chelsea is completely house-trained and crate-trained. In fact, she very much likes sleeping in the crate on her own, and we no longer shut the crate door at night. She has shown no interest in the furniture, but does enjoy a good dog bed. She has done well when left out with the other dogs for a few hours, but we do crate her while we are gone for longer periods of time (the resident dogs can be grumps). Chelsea is very vocal from the crate when we come home, and she will bark at dogs from the yard and on walks. Speaking of the yard and walks, Chelsea loves to be outside! She has quite a bit of endurance, although she is also a bit of a puller on the leash. If I didn’t have her records, I’d guess that she was a few years younger based on her energy level and playfulness. Chelsea is an all-around great gal, and she would be a great addition to a home with at least one family member willing and able to walk her daily. If you think Chelsea may be the one for you, please fill out an application!

8 MARCH 2014: Chelsea came back to BREW this week and just arrived in her new foster home last night. She is a beautiful, 9-years-young, liver tri-colored girl who tips the scales at about 28 pounds. Chelsea (formerly “Sassy”) was originally adopted from BREW in 2005 at about six months of age, and her owner recently made the difficult decision to return her due to changes in living situation and work schedule. Chelsea is still settling in to her foster home, but she has been good overall with the three resident dogs (all males, 15-60 pounds) and has ignored the cats. She does need to work a bit on her boundaries with the other (occasionally grumpy) dogs, but she has been nothing but friendly with them and very respectful when they give her warning growls. Chelsea seems to be in excellent physical shape and easily went on a brisk two-mile walk last night and a slightly shorter walk this morning. She could use a refresher on the leash, though, and is quite enthusiastic about being out in front. She has also enjoyed investigating the yard. Chelsea slept quietly in her crate overnight and appears (not surprisingly) to be house-trained. She is responsive to basic verbal commands (“sit,” “back up,” “no”/”un-uh”, etc.). She also has a lovely beagle voice, which she has already used to express her dislike of northern Virginia traffic, say hello to neighborhood dogs, and announce people walking by or at the front door. Stay tuned for more information on Chelsea as we get to know her better!








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Nov
24

Brenda

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Brenda

I’ve Been Adopted!

Age: 4-5 years

Gender: Female

UPDATE – 21 OCTOBER 2014: Hi, I’m Brenda! My foster mom is busy at the moment so I thought I would give you an update on me. Now this will be very biased. I am adorable! At least that is what I have been told. I just love everybody! I love my foster mom and dad, my foster beagle brothers, everyone I meet on the street, especially kids. I really enjoy when they stop to pet me. I make this whimpering almost whining sound but that means I am happy.

I love to go for walks. Mom tries to take us on 2 mile walks several times a week. Me and my foster brother Duke really enjoy that. So many sights and smells!

I also enjoy food, a lot. I am now on a diet. Not really happy with that. Mom even told the nice neighbor lady that I can’t have any more treats for awhile. Boy was I bumming. But I guess mom knows best. I can also be a little vocal. Especially when my humans come home from work. I do like attention. But I am also a very good girl.

I have free run of the house. I do all my business outside.

But as much as I love it here, I really do need my fur-ever home. Arrooo!

20 April 2014: Brenda has been with us for about 3 months. She is a very happy little girl who loves everything and everybody. She gets along great with her foster brothers and enjoys meeting people on our walks. She can be a bit vocal, though, especially if you don’t stop and pet her.  She loves all the attention you can give her.

She is housetrained but doesn’t usually signal. I have given her the freedom of not being crated for the last 2 months. Brenda loves running around the yard. And, when the neighbors 2 little nieces come over, Brenda really enjoys when they pet her.

She is very food motivated, so I have to watch to make sure she doesn’t steal her foster brother’s food. She has been a joy to have.

Original info: Brenda came to BREW from Culpeper County, VA, where she was found as a stray. She is one happy beagle!!! She is very sweet and playful, a little vocal at times, and gets along well with small kids, adults, and other dogs. Stay tuned for more info once Brenda has moved into a foster home!




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Nov
21

Jet

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Jet

I’ve Been Adopted!

 

Age: 1-2 years

Gender: Male

10 MARCH 2014: Jet has been with us now since New Year’s Day. He is a very sweet boy who lives for belly rubs and human snuggles. Jet loves to give kisses, is a good kitchen “helper”, and loves to greet anyone who comes in the door! He does not know a human stranger, and everyone he meets is his friend immediately. We do not have kids, but he did very well meeting a few families with children at the adoption event.

He is house and crate trained and has pretty good house manners (minimal begging, no chewing, etc.). His one downside is that he does have some jealousy issues with other dogs. He generally gets along okay with our two beagles, but we do think he’d be best as an only dog. All things considered, Jet is a fantastically well adjusted dog. Some family will be very lucky to win his love forever! We promise you will never be better loved.

19 JANUARY 2014 – Note from foster home: While Jet LOVES the company of humans, he prefers to have them to himself and would be best adopted into a home with no other dogs.

17 DECEMBER 2013 – News from a great temporary foster! We adopted a BREW Beagle a year ago and he has been a fantastic addition to our family. To try to give back a little for the great work that BREW does, we offered to take one of the Beagles at the vet for a day on the weekend.

I have three children, ages 8, 7 and 5 and they rose at 5:30am they were so excited to go get Jet for the day. (Note to self, don’t tell the kids before breakfast next time!)

We picked him up at the Veterinary Clinic at about 10:30am. He came out and howled a greeting to us. I thought he might keep on barking but he stopped as soon as we went outside. He pulled me towards a tree and tinkled. Then he looked at me as if to say “What’s up? Where are we going?”

I sent the kids into the car and he hopped up with no assistance. On the way home he sat up in the front seat and just looked out. He was happy to be in the car and no trouble at all.

We got him home and he met my beagle Yahoo. They sniffed each other and then largely ignored each other. Jet went to the door and I interpreted that as wanting to go out. He went outside and relieved himself, then came back in. He clearly knew how to go outside. He also knows how to sit, as when I told my dog to sit for a treat, Jet sat down immediately. This dog was clearly someone’s dog at one point.

For the rest of the day he was happy to nap and be pet by my kids. When he’s sleeping and you call his name to get up, he rolls over with all fours in the air for belly scratches.

Very gentle boy. He was able to tolerate the mild rough behavior of my children with no problems.

If I had more room, I’d have kept him. This dog will be at home in almost any situation. Very calm and cuddly.

Original info: Jet came to us from the shelter in Dublin, VA. He was surrendered to the shelter in early November and thankfully BREW got him out in time. Jet is thought to be 1 – 2 years old and is friendly with both dogs and humans. In the case of humans he greets them with a wagging tail and a big, wet tongue in the face. Jet is at our favorite vet clinic now getting some work done, but will be ready for adoption in by 11/25. Wouldn’t you like to make your home his furever home?

Special thanks to Nicole Abramson who brought Jet to us from Dublin!

 






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Nov
20

Pollyanna

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Pollyanna

I’ve Been Adopted! 

Age: 6 years

Gender: Female

UPDATE – 16 FEBRUARY 2014: Annie (Pollyanna) has now been in her foster home for three months, and she continues to do well. She gets along with our dogs and cats, but she is most interested in affection from people. Annie’s foster dad travels a lot, and she is super-snuggly with him when he gets home (or anytime he’s home, really). Her funniest “pay attention to me” trick is that she will immediately lie down next to you and roll on her back if you are trying to exercise (or just lying down) on the floor – she loves her belly rubs! Annie knows how to sit but prefers to do so when there is a clear reward such as food or going in/out of the house (we are working on it during, walks, too). She is food-motivated and, despite being a clever girl, will not miss an opportunity to try to steal food from the other dogs (one over three times her size). She is fairly easily “herded” away from the other dogs’ bowls, but she has no fear when it comes to trying to snatch a treat right out of another dog’s mouth, so we do have to be careful at treat time. She’s still a talker when she gets impatient (meals, in/out of house, and out of crate). Annie likes walks but only has two speeds – “full speed ahead,” with her nose and eyes forward, and “anchor,” bringing up the rear with her nose to the ground. All-in-all, Annie is a lot of personality in a cute, little package, and she is certainly ready for her forever home!

4 JANUARY 2014: Charming, little Annie had quite the social calendar during December! She made friends wherever she went, ranging from an infant to toddlers to adults and including dogs from her size up to nearly 100 pounds. She traveled with us and our three dogs on a two-day trip to visit friends who have three young kids and a hound mix. Annie charmed everyone with her good behavior and sweet personality. She was especially in love with the five-year-old girl from whom she almost constantly begged for belly rubs (Mom and Dad loved Annie, too, but aren’t in a position for another dog – or she would have stayed!). Annie also joined us for a multi-day trip to visit family over Christmas, and she just went with the flow in a house with a stream of visitors (including wound-up toddlers) and a total of seven dogs (her new friends were two Boston terriers and a large Shepherd mix). Annie’s favorite Christmas buddy was my college-aged brother, whom, until now, I have never seen pick up a dog to put on his lap – she is a charmer! The week of New Year’s, Annie stayed in another BREW foster home (where she had also stayed over Thanksgiving), and she was right at home with several beagle buddies. With all these trips, we have not only learned that Annie is great with people and dogs of all ages and sizes, but that she is a great car traveler! We continue to crate her at night and while we are at work, but that has more to do with distrust of our own, occasionally grumpy, dogs. Annie continues to be trustworthy in the house while we are home and when left out unattended for a few hours. If you think Annie may be the one for you, please take a look at the BREW adoption application process!

8 DECEMBER 2013: Annie continues to be a joy in her foster home. She is sweet, snuggly, and silly and not afraid to let you know what’s on her mind! Annie has proven to be house-trained when kept on a reasonable schedule. She’s also been trustworthy left out (uncrated) with the other three dogs while we’ve been gone for a few hours, except (she won’t admit this!) she will get into the cat box if it’s accessible. Annie is a very people-friendly dog but will nap on her own if you’re busy, and she has started to play a bit with our smallest dog and chew a bit on toys. Because she can be noisy, Annie is not recommended for an apartment or townhouse, but she’d likely do well in most other homes, and she eagerly awaits her forever family!

24 NOVEMBER 2013: Pollyanna, whom we have been calling “Annie,” has been with us for three days now, and she has settled in very nicely. She is small (19 pounds) and cute as a button! She’s a little “buck-toothed” and sometimes her tongue sticks out of her mouth a bit, but it just makes her even cuter! Annie is very people-friendly and loves belly rubs, but she is also very content to curl up in a dog bed or open crate (she hopped in the crate for a nap as soon as I showed it to her the first night!). She is a bit of a talker and will whine or bark if she thinks you’re ignoring belly rub duties or too slow to let her in from the cold. Annie has been fine with the resident dogs (17-60 pounds) and cats, leaving them alone for the most part (except to steal an open dog bed!). She has kept the crate clean and dry and shows signs of being house-broken. She had a few accidents (mostly near the back door) in the first 24 hours, but that seems to have been due to some unwelcome intestinal hitchhikers (treatment currently underway). If you think Annie may be the one for you, please take a look at BREW’s adoption process and fill out an application!

Initial information: Just in from Fluvanna County, Virginia and is a little girl – under 20 pounds. Stay tuned for more info!







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Sep
16

Brandy

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Brandy

Adopted!

Age: 8 years

Gender: Female

29 September 2013: Displaced beagle girl accustomed to the finer things in life seeks new, permanent accommodations that include human companionship, couch time, and overnights in the people bed. Other dogs and cats welcome. Likes: food, snuggling, short walks, food, sniffing. Dislikes: Overnighting in the crate, slow meal service. Skills: House-trained, crate-trained, occasionally breaks into beagle song in response to crate or noises outside. Contact: BREW, re: adoption process. (Editor’s note: Brandy is a very sweet girl whose tail has barely stopped wagging since she arrived yesterday in her foster home. She was clearly very much loved and well-cared for by her former owner. While happy to be out of the kennel and in a house, she is still a bit confused by her change in circumstances – her owner was suffering from Alzheimer’s, and a kind neighbor contacted BREW. Brandy would likely thrive in a home that is already accustomed to showering affection on couch- and bed-loving pups, and she would also benefit from a feeding and walking routine appropriate for regaining and then maintaining her girlish figure.)

Brandy is an 8-year-old spayed and fully vetted beagle girl who has suddenly found herself homeless.  Her caregiver was no longer able to care for the dogs.  She is house and crate trained but may need a little brush up since her owner was suffering from Alzheimer’s.  She is very sweet and friendly, low key and gets along well with other dogs.  She had a male poodle as a long time companion and is currently residing with another female beagle.  She is classic beagle that will let you know if she wants something.  She very much would love to find a new home.

 





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Aug
24

2


Watson

Available

Age: 4 years

Gender: Male

Watson (formerly Bunsen) is a BREW alumnus adopted in 2011.  He has enjoyed the nice, big fenced-in yard and single family house he has called home the past two years, but his family has to move into an apartment next year and that just isn’t Watson’s style.

Watson spent the first two years of his life in a lab, serving as a test subject for canine and human vaccinations.  With this unconventional upbringing, Watson struggles a bit with house training and doesn’t like to be left alone.  He expresses his loneliness with the well-known Call of the Beagle, a loud baying that can be heard through the walls of a house and down to the end of the driveway.  As apartment and townhouse neighbors might not appreciate his sonorous voice, a single family home would likely be the best environment for him.

Growing up in a lab full of other beagles with frequent interaction with lab technicians, Watson is a social soul who would probably do best in a home with another dog or family members who are present most of the day.  He gets along well with his young human siblings, but he can be overly enthusiastic about sharing their food and might behave better with older children.  Watson loves and charms everyone he meets, and he’ll be sure to let you know when a new friend is at the door.

Watson is crate trained and can go through the day with no accidents, but once free of his crate he sometimes forgets that the great outdoors is where he should do his business rather than the house.  He isn’t fond of doing his business on leash, preferring to go in the backyard.  A family with experience training/re-training beagles may help him overcome these habits with patience.

Overall, Watson is a healthy, happy four-year-old who occasionally enjoys bursts of joyful running around the house or yard but mostly just loves to cuddle up with his family on the couch or lie in the sun.

 




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Jul
12

Jeannie

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Jeannie

I’ve Been Adopted!

Age: 3-4

Gender: Female

UPDATE – 23 JUNE 2014: We were happy to take Jeannie back when she needed fostering again.  Not only is she a lot of fun, she is a really gorgeous young dog with a healthy zest for life! She still has the same wonderful “doganality” that we remembered, and she’s doing great here.

Jeannie really is a sweet and loving dog. She is one of four beagles in our home right now, and she gets along with our other dogs beautifully. It is nice that she has plenty of dog company when we are at work, as she has shown no separation anxiety at all. She eats well, plays well, sleeps well, and is fully house-trained. She loves your attention but doesn’t demand it. Jeannie is also very obedient and a quick learner. She loves to run and play in our yard. We can only assume that her previous adoption didn’t work out simply because Jeannie is not suited to living in an apartment. For that reason, we think that she would continue to thrive in a home with a yard and another dog.  Jeannie has a lot of love to bring to her forever home!

20 APRIL 2014: Jeannie is a sweet but shy gal who is looking for a new place to call home. She was adopted from BREW last autumn, but her family recently made the difficult decision to return her to BREW due to severe separation anxiety. She would likely do best with a foster home and, ultimately, a forever home that includes another dog. Jeannie would likely also benefit from a household with at least one person home during most the day.

31 AUGUST 2013: Jeannie was very shy when she first got her but she warmed up quickly and is now very outgoing and friendly! She has become quite affectionate actually. She’s got a lot going for her -she’s young, beautiful and intelligent.  The other day, when we were out of the room, she carried her dog bed up onto the sofa and made herself very comfortable. Then she intently watched a TV program with us! Behavior-wise, Jeannie comes when called, is house-broken, likes dog toys, entertains herself, and gets along nicely with our other dog. She could use some more practice walking on the leash. And she is still skittish to sudden or loud noises. But overall, Jeannie is a young, good-looking, non-hyper beagle with a very pleasant “doganality”!

JULY 2013 UPDATE: Jeannie came to BREW from Halifax County where they determined her to be already spayed. She is about 2 years old and is a little longer than your average beagle. She has great ticking and ears! She is pretty shy/scared still and doesn’t walk well on a lead unless there’s another dog with her.

JULY 2013: I was pulled from a rural shelter at the very last minute and taken to BREW. I am a sweetie who’s grateful for another chance at life-long happiness! Won’t you be my Fairy Godparent?







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Jun
20

Mason

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Mason

I’ve Been Adopted!

Age: 1 year

Gender: Male

UPDATE – 29 JANUARY 2014: Mason is a sweet dog who loves everyone.  He does fine with older children, however, he is still very young and has not learned he can’t jump up on people.  We are working on that.  He loves going for his walks with my neighborhood dog walkers (twin boys about 10 years old).  He runs and plays tug of war with them.  They all really enjoy each other.  Mason needs to be in a home with another dog or with a human who is home all day.  He really hates to be alone.  He barks and barks.  He doesn’t like to be crated and barks then also.  He is still young enough to need obedience training and that would help him learn to listen better.  He comes running when you call him and is always ready for a treat.  He was so thin when he got here, all his ribs were showing and hip bones and back bones.  He has gained a little, but mostly just filled out a little.  He likes to counter surf and is learning the “off” command.

He is house broken, but did mark his territory when he first arrived.  I have no problem leaving him with my 3 beagles when I am gone.  I do not need to crate him.  He only destroys paper towels, if I leave one on my desk or the side table.  Other than that he listens when I correct him for taking a shoe to chew.  As long as he has a toy or appropriate chew to replace it, he is no problem.

Mason will be a good dog for someone with older children who know to treat a dog who likes to run and play.  He is still so much a puppy in attitude.  He wants to sleep on the bed with you and likes to get under the covers.  He wants to play all the time and has kept my couch potatoes busy.  Even my older beagle girl, Biscuit, has started to play again since he has been here.  She fussed at him in the beginning, but he was persistent and now, she will play with him twice each day.

Original info: Mason came to us from the Franklin County shelter where he was friendly with dogs and people. We’ll know more about him when he gets to a foster home.

Sponsored by: BREW Bob In Honor of the Original Mason





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May
9

Hoosier

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Hoosier

I went to the Rainbow Bridge

Tribute from Hoosier’s Foster Mom, December 2013: Hoosier came to our female household in May. He fit right in from the beginning. Given his medical problems and his early history, Hoosier could easily have become a cranky old fellow. Instead he was one of the most loving and cuddly beagles imaginable. He didn’t have the greatest balance or breathing capacity but he still raced me to his food right up until the end, He played with the girls until they became too rough then ignored them and took toys outside under his favorite tree.

The end came much too soon; he’d developed a very large inoperable abdominal mass that shortened his life, When life became too much trouble for Hoosier with too little joy to balance the problems, we went to the Rainbow Bridge together. I hope he’s playing and happy with all the beagles who have crossed before him; I came home with the wonderful memories we created together and the wish I could have held him and rubbed his chest for a while longer.

Profile, 23 July 2013: Hoosier is a senior male beagle (10 years) who gives new meaning to the words “laid back”. He’s a couch potato who enjoys being held and having his belly rubbed. He’s affectionate but not pushy. He will lay down whenever and wherever he wants and doesn’t seem to notice or worry anyone trying to get around him. This had led to being sat on and/or stepped on by one or another of his foster sisters – there are three of them. He’ll bark if he thinks they are too pushy but usually just ignores them. He will cuddle against them if the chance arises. Hoosier usually comes when called, especially when there is food or treats involved.The first night here (about 2 months ago), Hoosier was crated as a precaution. Unlike most beagles who take a few days to fit in, that was the last time he’s been crated unless travelling in the car.  He rides well and keeps the crate clean. He does have some minor urinary leakage problems and sometimes drools.Because of his medical issue Hoosier gets meds two to three times daily. One is put on his food, the others given to him in a Pill Pocket. He vigorously resists swallowing them without the Pill Pocket. One of the meds is to keep fluids from accumulating. According to the vet, this dosage of this med may vary depending on his current level of need. Because of this med, he needs outside access on a regular schedule. The dog door here works very well for him; he uses it at night as well as often during the day.Hoosier is a little wobbly, so he doesn’t sleep on the bed. It doesn’t seem to bother him and he happily cuddles when put on the bed to cuddle. Given the chance he will jump; I make sure he doesn’t jump or fall. He eats his food well. He follows as the others are fed then finishes off his food wherever it’s placed.This wonderful guy enjoys walking, likes to be outside and will often stretch out under a tree or next to the fence. But when it’s very hot out, He stays inside as the humidity affects his breathing. Hoosier does have some medical issues. He takes thyroid medication, Vetmedin and Enalapril for his heart condition as well as the furosemide.If you would like to give a senior beagle with some special needs a loving home in which to live out his life, this happy friendly little guy will return your care with unqualified love.Who’s your buddy?  Who’s your pal?   HOOSIER!!!! This tiny 10 yr young beagle boy arrived at BREW today.  He is quiet and oh so soft.  Very people friendly. His family lost their farm and he was left behind apparently tied to a tree.  He rode nicely in the crate, sitting up watching the scenery pass by or was he anxiously listening to the hockey game broadcasting from the radio?

Sponsored by: Ann Spavor in Honor of Nin Ricci Abromovich , who passed 4 days before 18th birthday, Beagle; Julia Clark in Honor of Rufus Beagle


 
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