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Beagles

What should I do if I'm thinking about adopting a beagle?

Comments

  • VetTech99VetTech99 Posts: 4Member
    Just be patient, Beagles are very smart. They are natural hunters more than the “average” dog so if they bring you a “gift” don’t freak out “. If you want a quiet dog beagles aren’t the best route. Beagles howl a lot regardless of you train. Yes training helps but that is their true nature. Also they are truely a one person dog and socialization is the best way to go to avoid aggression at vet visits, going to the pet store, park etc.
  • stevesteve Posts: 4Member
    I had two at the same time they were both great dogs but noisy barked and howled but I didn’t care they were both very loving and loved young kids
  • furbabeezfurbabeez Posts: 11Member
    This breed is my favorite. Beagles are loyal and very smart. They are wonderful family members.
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