Moss is a friendly and playful dog. He enjoys going for walks with our staff members and volunteers on our dog trail in the woods. He also gets along well with other dogs that are playful but not too rough or pushy with him. Moss is respectful and well behaved around the shelter cats, and is most comfortable around older kids 10 years and up.
Moss is an active, young Beagle, and he will need an experienced home that will be able to give him adequate exercise everyday. He is not the type of dog that can be let loose off leash, as he has run away from his previous owner numerous times. A secure fenced yard would be great for him to run around and play in, but it will have to be Beagle Proof to prevent him from escaping. If you have owned a Beagle before, then you will know that they can dig, climb and squeeze through openings. Plus, they never forget how they escaped the first time. He is a smart little Beagle that needs someone that will be able to take him outdoors for hikes/walks and playtime.
Moss has been neutered, microchipped and is up to date on his vaccinations. He had received heartworm and lyme disease treatments in 2015 when he was first at our Humane Society. Moss has since tested negative for both. If you are interested in Moss, please contact us with any questions or stop by and ask to meet him in person.
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