Beagle at Roodepoort SPCA


*NOTE:* beagles are high maintenance dogs. They need constant attention and lots of exercise and mental stimulation. Training is essential for puppies! They are easily bored, and WILL bark and howl and disturb your neighbours. They WILL dig up your garden and chew your plants/shoes/kreepy-krawly/clothes/sprinkler system/everything they see ESPECIALLY if they are bored. PLEASE remember these factors when purchasing a puppy!! Beagles are pack animals and NEED to be part of your family. A beagle living outside, alone is a recipe for disaster.*

Please so some reading and research into the breed if you have not had a beagle before. Dog Breed Info has some valuable info as well as Wikipedia. You may find some interesting info on Burke’s Backyard too. **



Female Beagle puppy (+/- 18 months)

Please take note of the following important information:
– It is an adoption process, subject to SPCA standards and a legal contract will be signed.
– Animals remain property of SPCA for life and may not be disposed of without SPCA involvement.
– Strick homechecks will be done. Only responsible animal loving people will be considered.
– Adoption fee applicable to approved homes
– R475 adoption fee which includes: Sterilisation, 1st vaccination, Deworming, Rabies booster, micro chip and ID tag

If you are interested, the Roodepoort SPCA can be contacted on 011 6720448. Should want to go have a look at this gorgeous dogs, the SPCA’s address is as follows: Nadine str, Roodepoort.

8 Responses to “ Beagle at Roodepoort SPCA ”

  1. Crystal says:

    Quick question to dog enthusiasts. We have a female bullterrier and male beagle. The Bullterrier is 8 years old and has socialised well with other dogs at walkhaven etc. The beagle loves everything and everyone. We dont live in a complex so we have a relatively large garden adn we walk our dogs at least 2 times a week. We have space for one more dog (only if its in desperate need of a loving home), but the key question is what does everyone think about the female beagle and female bull terrier mix? I am worried it will be a problem. Thoughts?

  2. Kelley Litkie says:

    Hi Chrystal.
    We have an older Female Spaniel who is very dominant (in agression Spaniels are in Group A probably with Bullterriers). Although the Spaniel was well socialised, she initially didn’t like the new Female Beagle and was a little agressive and rough with her. But after a while they’ve formed a really good relationship and are now totally inseperable. Beagles are so sociable they will get on with any dog – male and female. Group A dogs need a firm hand as they usually think they are the leader of the pack which includes you.
    I hope you take the female Beagle – she looks so lovely but sad! We have such a small garden we wouldn’t be able to take on a third dog.

  3. Carolyn says:

    Hi Crystal. I went to see her the day before I left for overseas and she is divine. She’s really friendly and loving and super energetic. I let her run around the courtyard where all the other dogs were barking at her and she didn’t seem aggressive at all. I put 2 other pics on Facebook which are much better than the one the SPCA used. Go have a look at her, she is lovely

  4. Crystal says:

    Hi Carolyn and Kelly,
    Thank you so much for the feedback i really appreciate it. I live in Pretoria East and had a weekend fully booked out so i couldn’t even make it anywhere close to seeing her 🙁 But, with your feedback i am considering taking an afternoon off work this week to go see/fetch her 😀 Well, depending on circumstances etc. But i will make an effort one way or another. Thank you again,C

  5. Carolyn says:

    HI Crystal

    Apparently she has been adopted which is good news for her

  6. Andy, Masego, & Tema Bown. says:

    Hi everyone. We are the lucky family who adopted this Beagle. We have renamed her Cleo and she is now together with our other Beagle, Cesar (male 9 mths old). She came home on Monday afternoon, a little drowzy after her surgery, but has now got over that and is full off beans and bonding well with Cesar. We had her checked over by our vet this morning and she was given a clean bill of health. The vet recommended that we put her onto a high nutrition food for a few weeks just to build her mass up a little. We are sorry that all you Beagle lovers lost out but we are very happy we have her. We are sending some photos in seperate e-mail, so watch this space!

  7. Kelley says:

    Hi Andy, Masgoe & Tema Bown.
    So happy to hear that Cleo has found a loving new home and a good friend in Cesar.
    These happy ever after stories are heart warming!

  8. Vanessa venter says:

    She is so beautiful , so glad that she found a loving forever home. What a happy ending. Enjoy her!

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