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Age: Approx. 3 years
Crate Trained: Yes
Good With Children: ?
Good With Cats: Yes
Good With Other Dogs: Yes
Vaccinations: Annual vaccination + Bordetella
NOTE: Local Newfoundland adoption only for Pearcy
Want to ADOPT Pearcy? Click Here
Hi! My name is Pearcy but all my friends call me Mr.P. I’ve been told I’m not all beagle but that I’m incredibly handsome just the same. I am a really easy-going guy. I enjoy being in my kennel, I walk really well on a leash, I get along with both dogs AND cats, I’m quiet and to top it all off, I’m completely housetrained. What more could you ask for?
My favorite things are my daily walks, dog treats, hanging out with my foster family and playing with my foster sister and all her toys! I like to carry her toys around the house and leave them in places where she can’t find them. I also enjoy getting my ears cleaned by my kitten friend while napping on the sofa in the evenings.
If you are looking for a sweet, gentle companion then please give Beagle Paws a call and let them know you’d like to meet me. I certainly can’t wait to meet you!
Watch a video of Pearcy CLICK HERE
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Many of our supporters have adotped rescued beagles from conditions like this. And they can all testify to what great family pets they are.
Sadly there are still many beagles that continue to live in these conditions in Newfoundland. This photo was taken recently in the St. John’s metro area of our province. The new provincial animal control regulations have still not been passed – time may not be an issue with the governing authorities but in the lives of these innocent animals every day matters.
Visit our Page of Shame to see more and find out how you can make a difference.