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Approximately 2 year old beagle who is looking for a foster or forever home.
Beagle noses guide them through life, and they’re never happier than when following an interesting scent. The Beagle originally was bred as a scenthound to track small game, mostly rabbits and hare.
For this reason, Cubbie would do best in a home with a fully fenced yard (sorry no invisible fencing or tie outs for this boy). He also can be vocal at the window or outside when people or animals pass by similar to many hound breeds. He would be best suited for a home life, rather than an apartment.
Cubbie enjoys walks with his fosters and volunteers. He is very treat motivated so training should be a fun experience for his new owner and him. He came to us very shy just a few weeks ago but is slowly coming out of his shell and having fun.
Macaroni and Cubbie do get along amazing so our perfect home would be wililng to consider adopting both dogs, and we would discount the adoption fees, but they aren't 'bonded' meaning at times they actually seem to do better apart.
Cubbie's adoption fee is $175 which covers microchip, vaccines, dewormers, heartworm test, and neuter.
If you or someone you know is interested in Cubbie, please direct them to our website to fill out an application at www.goingtothedogsrescue.org
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