Cowboy is 10 years old and is looking for a home to take him through his senior years. In his younger years he found himself at a shelter where he was then adopted. Unfortunately for Cowboy 6 to 7 years later, his family decided that they were too elderly to care for him and surrendered him to the rescue. He is a friendly sweet guy. He does get a little skittish with new people and dogs but adjusts rather quickly. We did find out that he requires thyroid medication. If he does not stay on his medication, it will lead to him having seizures, but as long as his thyroid is controlled, this should not be an issue. He was not on thyroid meds when he came in and we felt with adjustment as well he had some very mild seizures, but now he has not had any with the thyroid meds and settling in. He loves to play with another dog.
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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