Posts Tagged ‘adopt a beagle’
ADOPTION: 4 year old beagle pair

ADOPTION: 4 year old beagle pair

*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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Beagle Adoptions

Beagle Adoptions

There are always beagles up for adoption, ranging in age and personality… for more info, please contact Hester at Beagle Rescue. If you would like to adopt a beagle, please download the Beagle Rescue Adoption Questionaire and email it to beagleRAS@gmail.com Or call Hester Pescivolo on 083 228 4461 Google Documents: To apply to ADOPT A BEAGLE, please see...

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ADOPT A BEAGLE

ADOPT A BEAGLE

    If you would like to adopt a beagle, please contact Sonja: beagleRAS@gmail.com or 079 727 4797 Banking details: Account Name: Beagle Rescue and Support FNB Branch Code: 251542 Account Number: 62623705417

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ADOPTION: Bubbles & Buddy

ADOPTION: Bubbles & Buddy

  *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...

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ADOPTION: Megan & Baxter

ADOPTION: Megan & Baxter

*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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ADOPTION: Layla & George looking for a forever home

ADOPTION: Layla & George looking for a forever home

  *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...

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ADOPTION: Bailey & Ashley looking for a forever home

*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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Adopting the right rescue for you

The following article is originally from the Sandton SPCA website – all credit to them.   Should you wish to adopt a beagle, please email beagleRAS@gmail.com       Our SPCA’s are full of excellent, but misunderstood dogs. By misunderstood we mean a good majority of dogs are in the pound because they had owners who could not speak...

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Jackson & Honey looking for a forever home

Jackson & Honey looking for a forever home

EDIT – JACKSON & HONEY HAVE BEEN REHOMED AND ARE HAPPILY SETTLED IN THEIR NEW HOME IN SECUNDA*   *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...

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Reasons to Adopt a Senior Dog

The following article is originally from the Sandton SPCA website – all credit to them.   Should you wish to adopt a beagle, please email beagleRAS@gmail.com   7 Reasons to adopt a senior dog According to most veterinarians, a dog falls into the “senior” category around age seven.   The size of a dog, however, affects this categorisation....

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