already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Tucker is a 2 year beagle. He is good with other dogs and people. Tucker has been in a semi-quarantine at his foster home for the last two weeks, because he came in with a bad case of ringworm on his nose. He has been excellent at not messing with it, so he doesn't have to wear the cone of shame. Tucker has been on oral medicine for the ringworm since October 1, so in a few days he will be able to play with the rest of the dogs in his foster home. He is totally housetrained and crate trained. He is not a nuisance barker which is a nice feature in any dog, let alone a beagle. He is a chain link fence climber, so he must go to a home with a tall wooden fence, invisible fence, or someone who does a lot of walking/running. Tucker is neutered and up to date on shots. If you would like to meet this great dog please call Teri at 630-897-7454. The adoption fee is $200.
Rover Rescue is an all-breed dog rescue group located 40 miles west of Chicago in Aurora, IL. The dogs/puppies in our organization have been rescued from high-kill animal shelters located in Illinois and Indiana. All of our animals are in private foster homes living with a family until a permanent home can be found. If you would like to be a foster home for Rover Rescue, please call Teri at 630-897-7454.
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption fees are $200 for dogs over 6 months and $225 for dogs 6 months and younger. This fee includes spay/neuter, rabies shot if dog is over 4 months old, parvo/distemper shots up to the time of adoption, fecal check, microchip, and all dogs are heartworm negative.
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