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Age: 2-3 years
Crate Trained: Yes
Good With Children: Yes
Good With Cats: ?
Good With Other Dogs: Yes
Special Needs: No
Requires another dog companion in the home: ?
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His name was Loki when we adopted him from Beagle Paws in early 2006 and he had no manners, was bossy and all together a handful. He would climb onto kitchen counters, steal food from closed cupboards and ate I don’t know how many toys, blankets, and whatever else he could get at.
We changed his name to Charlie, taught him some manners and he was the best dog in the world. He was still a bit of a handful when he was young but he grew up into the smartest dog you could ever find. The place we board our dogs at had a note on his file to indicate that he was an escape artist. He could figure out how to escape from his kennel and would then let the other dogs out of their kennels.
Being a beagle, he had a nose for food and would manage to find any scrap or morsel of food within a 50′ radius. He would push a chair up to the counter, jump onto it and then steal anything that was left out. He ate anything, whether it be sugar, pancake batter, or anything else but the thing he loved most of all though was butter.
He was loving, beautiful and a wonderful big brother to Beagle Paws alumni Tula and Cooper. He taught them all of his tricks and was very proud of himself. He had a real swagger to his walk and loved any kind of attention. As soon as you sat down, he would be right there trying to get onto your lap.
He was diagnosed with cancer this past week and it broke our hearts. Our Charlie went to the Rainbow Bridge on Friday May 5, 2017 and we will miss him always.
Dave is a 6 year old beagle looking for his forever home! He is a dog that needs an experienced owner that will respect his space. He is extremely sweet and friendly, but he is not the cuddly type. He needs a home were the owner is going to recognize the signs Dave gives when he is uncomfortable. Dave is respectful of cats and would probably do best in a home with no other dogs. He has met dogs he has disliked and some that he has liked. Usually he is vocal when he sees another dog. Dave is just looking for his second chance!
Note:Dave is located with Homeward Bound City Pound in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. If you would like to know more about Dave please contact them at email@example.com or check out their website: Homeward Bound.
Every Friday for the month of October at 7:30pm the Moksha karma class registration will be donated to Building for Beagles. To learn more about the class CLICK HERE. The class is open to all levels, even beginners! Arrive early, space is limited. Please note that there will be no karma class on October 16th.
Thank you Moksha Yoga and all the participants who will be coming out to the karma class in October for supporting the Building for Beagles campaign.
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