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Meet Joy a beautiful young girl looking for someone to love her forever! She will need another dog for companionship as she gets lonely when left alone. Joy loves to play with other dogs and doesn’t mind cats! She would do well in just about any home as long as there is another puppy. If you would like to find out more about Joy, contact Beagle Paws today!
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Meet Bliss a sweet girl who loves to give kisses! She will need a home with another dog for companionship as she gets lonely when left alone. Bliss is great with dogs, cats, and children and would be a great addition to any family! She is hoping that her forever family is out there waiting for her. If you would like to find out more about Bliss, contact Beagle Paws today!
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Beau is a beautiful boy that is looking for a new home due to life changes. He is gentle, full of life and always happy. As you can tell from his picture, he is quite the handsome little man! If you think Beau may be the right match for your family, contact Beagle Paws today!
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Age: Approx. 1 year old
Crate Trained: ?
Good With Children: Older kids
Good With Cats: Getting used to cats
Good With Other Dogs: Yes
This playful and energetic boy is Herbie! He will need a home where he will get lots of exercise. Herbie loves to play with other dogs and is starting to get used to the cat in his foster home. Because he is so energetic and jumps a lot, it is recommended that he not go to a home with young children. Herbie is such a cutie and would love to find his forever home. If you would like to know more about Herbie, contact Beagle Paws today!
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Suzie is Beagle Paws’ resident cuddler. It’s usually Wendell who gets in on the cuddling with just about anyone who will oblige him but today it was Max who was the object of Suzie’s affections. You can see by the progression
Humphrey is one of our Beagle Paws dogs who has been around awhile. He’s currently at the shelter but is always in the market for a foster home. He’s got the sweetest little face – and the volunteers all melt when he gives them that “look.” He also loves having his photo taken. Despite being on medications for this and that, Humphrey is like most beagles – very happy and easy going. He loves going for short walks and loves a good rub. Foster or adopt a Beagle today.
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St. John’s, NL
Wed. May 15
6:30pm meet at the Bowring Park dog park
7pm walk through Bowring Park
Vancouver Area - TBA
Kelwona Area - TBA
It’s been a month since my beautiful Evey passed on to a better place. I miss her more and more every day.
I began fostering Evey in December of 2011 as a long term foster. The petite girl had a big personality. From the moment she sat on my Dad’s feet at the Beagle Paws Shelter and stared up with her glassy eyes, we knew she would be a big part of our lives. From her cute wobbly strut, to her flip floppy ears, every part of her personality took up a big place in my heart. At the time I was struggling with my own health issues, and I needed her companionship as much as she needed mine. We took care of each other and became the best of friends. She came everywhere with me. She liked to sleep most of the day. But if I moved, she followed right behind me. For instance, when I would shower, she would wake up, waddle in the bathroom and poke her head in behind the shower curtain to make sure I was still there. More than once she knocked over all the shampoos while taking a look. Then, she would lie on the bath mat until I was done. I swear, if I could have put her in a baby carrier, I would have taken her everywhere I went; as she was happiest when she was right by my side. If I left the house, she would cry at the front door until I came home. As a result, I would never leave her for very long.
Evey’s passing is still so new. I miss her so much. I catch myself trying to talk to her. Or, turning around and see if she is okay. I especially miss her sleeping between my feet and when I drive in the car. You see, Evey had a pink doggy seat belt, and she would sit in the back seat right behind me. She loved driving in the car. One time, after a walk downtown St. John’s last summer, she fell asleep in her pink seat belt with her head in her water dish. She was so tired she fell asleep while taking a drink. It was so cute.
Evey was such a unique and special dog. I am so sad that our time together was so short. However, the emotion is bittersweet because I am so grateful that we had that time together. I know she is in a better place where her illnesses no longer plague her. Evey had congestive heart failure, fluid on the lungs and disc disease. But she never let those illnesses get her down. Her strength and sunny disposition were inspiring. I try to channel her strength as I battle my own illnesses. Also, I tell myself “that when someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure” because that is truly how I feel. I treasure every moment that I spent with Evey. She left her paw print on my heart.