Carter is a 3 year old black and tan beagle boy, very small- about 20 pounds or a little less. His mom was forced to give him up in early October because of her living circumstances. She said that he was great with her kids, but not so great with very young kids. She said that he can be skittish, and that he is nervous when in a new place. She said that he is a great dog who just needs extra love and care.
Carter was with her ex-husband the past two years. We are socializing him with our friendly dogs and the B&B folks who will shower him with attention. He's been doing really well- he's been friendly to visitors, affectionate, well behaved, and nice to the other dogs. He's enjoyed being picked up and cuddled.
Leashtrained and housetrained.
Are you my furrever family?
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