My name is Larry!

Beagle/Shepherd (Unknown Type) Mix Dog for adoption in Enfield, Connecticut - Larry
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Big Fluffy Dog Rescue

Facts about Larry

  • Breed: Beagle/Shepherd (Unknown Type) Mix
  • Color: Black - With Brown, Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
Meet Larry!

A handsome 4 year old, 36lb, beagle mix!

Larry enjoys making friends with all the people he meets on walks and most of the dogs.
His furry, foster sister is very friendly and must greet everyone, she's showing him people are ok. He's a little more timid around men, but if they stoop down and hold out a hand he eventually goes up and gives them a lick. Larry came from a hoarding case without much human contact, so having a dog buddy around really helps him out!
He has even met children (7 and up) and has loved some pets from them!
Larry is not sure how he feels about cats yet. He is currently living with three and they are practicing a love/hate relationship. Very dog savvy kitties would probably be ok for this guy.
Larry is a big ball of energy, even at bed time! If you settle him down and rub his belly he's asleep in 5 seconds. He likes to run around to avoid sleeping like a toddler might, but once he settles, he likes to snuggle when he sleeps. He just wants to love his people.
He loves kisses. He goes for the ears! If you are down on his level or he's up on yours, like on the couch, he's all over you for attention.
He sleeps all night and will even sleep in if no one is up. So late risers, this is your pup!
Larry is still scared of a lot of things, but he promises he's working on that. He doesn't bolt, he may just jump a little and then is curious about what scared him. He does not like the garbage disposal and the vacuum. (who does?!)
Putting his harness on is an event. This guy loves his walks! He's so excited he doesn't know what to do. He bounces everywhere in a circle around his foster mom. Eventually he calms enough to get a leg in, but then he rolls on the ground belly up. He keeps everyone laughing the whole time! Larry would like another dog sibling that is patient and non dominate.
When he walks on a leash he's all beagle. He follows his nose! A little tug on the leash and a "Larry, come" to get his attention usually gets him back on track. He hardly pulls, but he is a bit excited because he's focused on smells. Cars are new to Larry, so he's working on that too. Lots of praise and treats seem to be the key to this guys heart!

If you are interested in giving Larry an amazing home, email me and tell me all about it, after filling out an adoption application.

If you are interested in adopting this dog, please apply online, at Our main website, has more information about us and the rescue process. NOTE TO EMAILERS FROM ADOPT-A-PET: WE DO NOT RESPOND TO EMAIL INQUIRIES WITHOUT AN APPLICATION. WE REGRET WE CANNOT RESPOND TO EVERY EMAIL, BUT UNLESS YOU FILL OUT AN APPLICATION, WE DO NOT KNOW YOU EXIST. All known information about an individual dog is provided in it's listing. We do our best to provide accurate information, but adopters must understand that each home is different and the dog may behave differently in a new home. Dogs are creatures of their environment and you help make the dog what it will be. Homes considering adopting a puppy must be prepared for:1.) Flexible schedules for potty training. Puppies can only "hold it" for one hour per month of age (ex. a 4 month old puppy can only go 4 hours without a potty break).2.) Crate training until the puppy is at least one year old, to prevent chewing on inappropriate things when you can't supervise.3.) Socialization: The more positive and varying experiences as a puppy the better, both in and out of your home.4.) Puppy behavior and life stages are equivalent to a human toddler. It takes at least a full year to have a calmer, well adjusted dog. Patience is required and when your dog's behavior is a positive experience for you and those around you, your patience will be rewarded tenfold, for years to come.Please do not consider adopting a puppy if you have not thoroughly thought through the pros and cons of having one. So many people end up returning them after 3-5 months because they didn't realize the amount of work involved in raising a puppy.Patience, appropriate toys, socialization, and obedience training are all musts. All are time consuming, and can be expensive.All Dogs Require:Supervision with children and obedience training. Adopters that want to have good dogs must be prepared to put the time and effort into training a dog. Any dog requires work and effort, but a well trained, well socialized dog is more than worth the effort put in to get them there.

About Big Fluffy Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Big Fluffy Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to helping giant breed mixed breed dogs in need. We value dogs of all breeds, but we specialize in what the name says: big, fluffy dogs. We have volunteers in several states in the South and New England who work to help homeless big fluffy dogs find a home to call their own. Big Fluffy Dog Rescue works to save Great Pyrenees, Saint Bernards, Newfoundlands and their mixes from euthanasia.

Come Meet Our Pets...

All of our dogs are in private foster homes. If a foster home is unavailable, our dogs are boarded. , Once your application to adopt is approved, we will have you go to the home or boarding facility to meet your dog.

Our Adoption Process...

Your first step to adopting with Big Fluffy Dog Rescue is to fill out an adoption application. You can find it here:

Once you have done that, an adoption coordinator will call you within 7 days. We have an interview process, vet check and home visit/property verification.

Adoptions are made on a best home basis. Our goal is to have the very best home for all our dogs. We carefully screen our dogs for temperament to ensure we are placing the right dog in the right home. Keeping our dogs in private foster homes allows us to tell you all about your dog. A dog in a kennel or shelter location does not have the benefit of family interaction and it is our goal to ensure that every dog is carefully screened.

Once you are approved to adopt your dog we will set up a meet and greet at the dogs foster home. All of our adoptable dogs are in the New England area, and we encourage meetings to ensure it is the right fit.

Before taking your dog home, we require you to sign an adoption contract and pay an adoption fee of $500 for dogs over 6 months old and $600 for puppies 6 months and younger. All of our dogs are spayed/neutered, have had all shots (age appropriate in the case of puppies) including bordetella (kennel cough), rabies, and the distemper/parvo series. All of our dogs have been heartworm screened and are heartworm negative, have had a clear fecal exam and are up to date on frontline and heartgaurd. This adoption fee covers any other medical treatments the dog may have had while in our care. All vet records travel with the dog. This adoption fee also covers all transport and health certificate costs we incur. We pay $150 of our adoption fee to the transport company we use and we pay $50 for the health certificate process required by law