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Beagle Birthday Cake Recipe

Beagle Birthday Cake Recipe

Your beagle is part of your family right? He celebrates a birthday once a year, right? Does he get a cake?? Here is a recipe for a beagle-friendly cake you can make on those special occasions for your furkids! Liver bread Recipe Puree in Blender: • 500g raw liver (any kind, including chicken) – we often use more! (or 2 tins Tuna, or pilchards) • 3...

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Dogs in Cars

Dogs in Cars

This was emailed to me this week – its a scanned in flyer of an old KUSA article…

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What your dog needs…

What your dog needs…

What your dog needs (building a better relationship with your dog)   Your dog deserves the best owner it can have – evaluate your lifestyle, be informed and up to date in  training yourself in the easier, quicker, gentler and altogether more effective and efficient way of raising and training puppies. (Dr I Dunbar – Before and After Getting Your Puppy)   Companionship...

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Male pup – Western Cape

Male pup – Western Cape

*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...

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Have you been Beagled? (real life scenarios!)

Have you been Beagled? (real life scenarios!)

You may have seen this image doing the rounds on Facebook or in emails… You may have thought it was “staged” … how on EARTH could such a small, cute little beagle be SO destructive. Well, here are some REAL LIFE scenes from beagles across South Africa. Beagles who are loved, well looked after, have plenty of toys, attention and exercise....

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What to look for in a responsible breeder

What to look for in a responsible breeder

Thinking about buying a beagle – what to expect of a reputable breeder   The definition of a breeder is – one who produces a litter.  A reputable (responsible) breeder is one who cares for the dogs and is really concerned about their welfare.   Here are a dozen ways you can be sure your are working with a reputable (responsible) breeder:   1....

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Royal Canin launches BEAGLE SPECIFIC food

Royal Canin launches BEAGLE SPECIFIC food

Royal Canin has launched an exciting new Breed Specific product – Beagle Adult. This is especially formulated for our special companions, with specific attention to their joint health and of course considers the extra kgs that they are prone to! A really great product for those energetic Beagles that work hard and deserve precise nutrition for their needs. The...

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The important need to knows

The important need to knows

My Beagle and his Daschund brother are like my kids, as I am sure is the situation for most the people reading this website.  For me one of the most important things is finding trustworthy, good service providers in the “doggy industry”.  I have therefore thought it to be very important to have a post on this website where we can recommend services...

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Western Cape Hunt – 9 June

Western Cape Hunt – 9 June

Don’t know if I’m just speaking for myself I have to say I sometimes feel a bit envious of the Gauteng Beaglers and their “well-dressed” kids at their Beagle events but I think it is time to show off our lovely hunting venue to brag a bit from our side:) For years the Beagle runs have been happening at the same beautiful wine estate,...

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Western Cape hunt date CHANGES

Hi All,   Please note that due to the bad weather conditions forecast for this weekend, we have decided to cancel the beagle run for Sunday 2 June.  We are also going to move all the runs by 1 weekend, to miss the father’s day weekend and the long weekend in August.  The new run dates are therefore as follows:   9th June 23rd June 7th July 21st July 4th August 18th August 1st September 15th September 29th October 13th October...

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