Murray is a senior at 14 years old. We don't know what kind of life he had but what we do know is that his "family" was taking a flight somewhere and were putting him in cargo. when they had to rebook because of error, they decided not to take him and abandoned him at the airport. Life looked pretty gloom at this point. A gentleman who worked there, decided he could not let Murray be taken to be euthanized which would have likely happened so he took him home. He noticed he was in bad shape, thin and would flinch would a raised voice. Since Murray has been with him, he has gained some weight. However even though he cares about Murray, he admits he can not afford to care for him which is why he reached out to us. We see that he has a shortened tail and either severe arthritis in his hind leg or an old injury or broken bone, possibly even both. We will get Murray evaluated. There is a good possibility, he will be hopsice, but we also know that there might be someone out there wanting to take him through his final years. The gentelman that took him said he felt Murray didn't hear well, see well and had some accidents although he was in an apartment and had to work long days.
adoption fee is $100. Adoption fees go back to and cover all of the medical for all of the dogs. All dogs are spayed/neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped upon adoption and many have received further treatment for such things as lump removal, severe ear infections, leg injuries, etc..
For more information or to submit an adoption application, please visit our website at http://www.southernnevadabeaglerescue.com . We are also on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SouthernNevadaBeagleRescueFoundation . Come meet and play with our available dogs at Las Vegas area dog parks. Times and locations can be found at http://www.meetup.com/beagles-207/ . Contact us or check our Facebook updates ahead of time if you are interested in meeting a particular dog. All our dogs are in foster homes so not all are available to attend all our park meetups.
Our meetup group playdates allow you to socialize your beagle with his/her own breed at dog parks with large fenced areas where the beagles can run and play off-leash. Beagle enthusiasts, come bay with us..... AROOOOOOOOOOOO!
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