Victoria is a sweet beagle who was surrendered to an Ohio shelter by her owner with five male beagles. Her owner reported that she is 11 years old at this time but she might be older. She appears to be purebred. She is a smart, busy girl for her age who loves to be with her person. She is good on leash and easy to correct. She would love a daily walk and enjoy all those wonderful scents. She is active without being high energy as she does settle down.
She resides with a 10 year old and a 3 year old and does good with them. She enjoys sitting on the couch or a good snuggle in bed. Victoria is very food motivated and does go searching for any tasty morsel that may be about.
She knows sit and is crate trained but needs some guidance on manners. Victoria lives with a small male dog and does well. She also lived with a cat for a little bit and wasn’t interested in him at all. She has lived with female dogs in the past and didn’t get along with them. She would probably do best with a low key male dog or to be an only dog. Victoria is very quiet most of the time but does have the beagle yowl, which she uses sometimes when she is left alone, so she would not do well in an apartment atmosphere.
Victoria has a few health issues. She has a heart murmur, but it doesn’t cause her any problems. She also has a tumor near her kidney, but she has had it for several months now and it also doesn’t cause her problems. If you would love to give a deserving dog a great life in her golden years, looks no further than Vickie.
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