Bingo was picked up as a stray after apparently being abandoned by his owner, so we don't know anything about his prior history. In his foster home, Bingo is friendly towards everyone he meets. He gets along fine with other dogs but probably would do best in a home without cats. Bingo is current on vaccinations and already neutered. He is on monthly flea/tick and heartworm preventative. Bingo is crate trained, but will need some reinforcement with housetraining in a new home.
He is a typical Beagle that likes to follow his nose. He will require a "Beagle-proof" fenced yard to safely contain him if he is off leash. He is an energetic dog that likes to run and play tag with his Beagle buddies. He absolutely loves to go for walks, but needs some practice with his leash manners as he tends to pull when he want to investigate new scents.
Bingo is ready and waiting for the right family to bring him home. Prior hound experience would be a plus.
Please visit our web page: www.safehounds.com and click on "Adopting A Beagle" to learn more about the adoption process and to print our adoption application.
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This pet requires an approved application and $250 adoption donation.
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