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 Post subject: We rescued a Beagle
PostPosted: Sat Feb 05, 2011 10:17 am 
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This week, we rescued a sweet, little male Beagle during a snow storm in our area. He was wandering out in the middle of the road, during blizzard-like conditions. Seems as if he was dumped. After having rescued animals for a time, it is not so hard to tell what their story is. Anywho, he is all cleaned up, wormed, going to be updated on shots and hopefully neutered soon. We are looking for a lovely home for him. Would any of you PPK'ers be interested? We live in MD and are willing to travel to get him to the right home. We used to transport for a number of rescues, so we are used to traveling. He has a very sweet demeanor and is house trained. He loves people, other dogs and cats. We would keep him, but we already have 4 large dogs, 1 dog that we puppysit so regularly that she feels like another pet (incidentally, she is coming to stay with us for a week starting tomorrow, bringing the dog total to 6), 2 cats, 3 kids and just lost a big source of our income. My son's girlfriend named him Paul. Here is a pic of his sweet, little face

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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
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He is so adorable and sounds like a sweetheart I hope you find him a good home

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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
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Cute! I love beagles so much. We had them when I was growing up.


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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
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I love Paul!
he is beautiful. good for you for helping him. he clearly needed you


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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
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Aww, what a sweetie.

You might want to contact BREW and Beagle Rescue of Southern Maryland to ask for assistance. I know they are often full with Beagles but they might be able to assist with placement.

http://www.beaglemaryland.org
http://www.brewbeagles.org/site/

And if you happen to need help with transport, I live off 270 and go to Virginia fairly often and can help transport wherever along 495 and/or Virginia.

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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
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Thanks guys!
linanil- Thanks for the links! I sent emails to both rescues and a pic. Also, thanks for offering to help with transport! We may take you up on that, if we don't have any work down that way and a forever home is found for him in that area.

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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
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He is beautiful! Wishing you all the best in placing him.


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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
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Thank you for looking out for him. He looks wonderful and I hope he finds a good home. To leave him out in a blizzard like that defenseless. What the hell is wrong with people? Bless you! <3 <3 <3

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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
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seitanicverses wrote:
Thank you for looking out for him. He looks wonderful and I hope he finds a good home. To leave him out in a blizzard like that defenseless. What the hell is wrong with people? Bless you! <3 <3 <3

This. He seems like a lovely doggie, and I'm sure you will find him the good home that he deserves!

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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
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Thanks again for your kind comments and support, guys! Paul went to his new forever home today. My oldest son's girlfriend took him to live at her house. She has a female Beagle mix and as of right now, they are getting along awkwardly. Hehehe...he needs to work on his finessing skills. I love it when dogs first meet and awkwardly attempt to solicit play time from one another. Fingers crossed that all works out well!

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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
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yay!! I'm so happy for him!

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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
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What a great story! You're awesome for taking him in and getting him a great forever home!

And I hope karma bites the people who dumped him in the asparagus really hard.

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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
PostPosted: Wed Feb 09, 2011 11:15 am 
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mel wrote:
We would keep him, but we already have 4 large dogs, 1 dog that we puppysit so regularly that she feels like another pet (incidentally, she is coming to stay with us for a week starting tomorrow, bringing the dog total to 6), 2 cats, 3 kids and just lost a big source of our income.


One time, for some reason, my father-in-law agreed to petsit for three different people at once, so we had a total of seven dogs and five cats in the house, the overlap was 3-4 days. It was nuts! Now we have three dogs and three cats and it's so quiet.

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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
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Ohhhh :( Heartbreaking. If I were closer, I'd take him in a heartbeat.

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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
PostPosted: Wed Feb 09, 2011 8:20 pm 
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mrsbadmouth wrote:
mel wrote:
We would keep him, but we already have 4 large dogs, 1 dog that we puppysit so regularly that she feels like another pet (incidentally, she is coming to stay with us for a week starting tomorrow, bringing the dog total to 6), 2 cats, 3 kids and just lost a big source of our income.


One time, for some reason, my father-in-law agreed to petsit for three different people at once, so we had a total of seven dogs and five cats in the house, the overlap was 3-4 days. It was nuts! Now we have three dogs and three cats and it's so quiet.

Woah, Mama! That's a lot of bodies. We have been there before, with up to nine dogs at a time when we were in the height of taking in rescues, but we swore we would never go there again while the kids are young. I can't even imagine that menagerie with 5 cats. Those fickle mustards can change personality at the drop of a hat. At least my 2 cats do...

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 Post subject: Re: We rescued a Beagle
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paprikapapaya wrote:
Ohhhh :( Heartbreaking. If I were closer, I'd take him in a heartbeat.

Don't despair, PP! We found him a good home yesterday!

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i like beagles, If they are not biting...


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