Dillon was rescued from a local shelter with heart worms and an injury to one of his knees. He is fully recovered and getting around without difficulty. His knee will always need joint supplements to keep it working smoothly, but he does not let it stop him! This boy is house broken and crate trained. He can be very vocal when waiting for his food bowl or when he hears strange noises outside, so will not work well in an apartment.
Dillon has a laid-back personality. His easy going manner is perfect for sitting back and watching the antics of the pups in his pack. Dillon had some trouble learning to share the coveted spot next to his foster Mom, but he is now resigned to his fate. He is dreaming of a life as an only dog or at least with one that does not like to cuddle! Dillon had trouble in his first adoptive home. They were inexperienced with beagles and kept leaving the pantry door open! Dillon was not happy about having to return the treasures he made off with.
You could not ask for a beagle sweeter or more loving than this guy, but he will need a family that is savvy in the ways of beagles! His comical face will always bring a smile to your face. Don’t miss meeting this great boy.
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