found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
On 9/21/2016 ARF was contacted about taking in nine beagle puppies that were four weeks old. The momma dog was tired of feeding them and had them weaned, we were told, so they were eating puppy food. When the puppies were picked up, the little things had fleas and worms and were still having a little trouble with hard puppy chow. The foster family had a good-quality puppy food which was made into a gruel, and the babies devoured it. The puppies had little pot bellies, for they were full of round worms. They were wormed with Strongid on intake and given flea baths, which seemed to make them feel much better. They have been eating like little pigs and seem to be thriving. They were wormed with Panacur on 10/5 and 10/6, but their fecal (10/7/2016) revealed they still have the occasional round worm. There are three girls (Autumn, Maple, and Maizie) and six boys (Birch, Acorn, Cider, Spice, Pumpkin, and Chestnut). Chestnut is the odd one in this crowd, for he is the only reddish brown and white puppy and he has blue rather than brown eyes. Most puppies are tri-colored (Autumn, Maizie, Birch, Cider, Spice) with Maple, Acorn, and Pumpkin being black and white. Puppies range in size from the smallest 3.3 pounds (Acorn) to the largest 6.5 (Cider).These babies have been handled by children and can run and play or be total lapdogs. They are ready to be devoted family members for some lucky family!