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My name is Peanut!

German Shorthaired Pointer/Beagle Mix Dog for adoption in Yardley, Pennsylvania - Peanut
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Beagle Rescue League

Facts about Peanut

  • Breed: German Shorthaired Pointer/Beagle Mix
  • Color: White - With Brown Or Chocolate
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
OK- you got us. Peanut is not a purebred beagle. BUT, he is a research hero and we brought him into our Lab to Leash Division after he helped researchers and veterinarians make important advances in parasitology. We did a DNA analysis of Peanut, and his results came back as 37.5% beagle, 25% German Shorthaired Pointed, 12% English Spring Spaniel, 12% Portuguese Water Dog (??!) and 12% mixed hound. The one thing all of those breeds are is: friendly, and that describes Peanut to a tee!

Peanut is 3 years old and just wants to please you. He LOVES toys, so they must be in abundance in his adoptive home! The other breeds mixed in with the beagle resulted in a dog who LOVES to fetch! Peanut struggles a little bit with understanding the social cues of other dogs, so we recommend placing him as an only pet. He does fine with some dogs, and he just seems to really annoy others! Peanut is a curious dog and with a Sporting and Hound background, he does have a strong prey drive, so although he does not want or try to hurt the cats in his house, his instinct is to chase, so we suggest no cats in the home at all. Peanut would do best with experienced dog owners who have the time to help him with his housetraining. Since he wants to please and is food motivated, training will go well with the right adopter! We would love to see Peanut with an active adopter who will take him on walks, and introduce him to the world. Peanut loves every person he has met and has an excitement and zest for life that should match that of his adopter!

To review our adoption process and submit an application, please visit:
http://www.beaglerescueleague.org/adoption

For more information about our Lab to Leash Division, please visit: http://www.beaglerescueleague.org/lab-to-leash/questions-answers

About Beagle Rescue League

About Our Rescue Group...

We are the co-founders and volunteers of Cascade Beagle Rescue-East who have branched off to better serve the needs of beagles here on the East Coast.

Beagle Rescue League, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation formed for the purpose of rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing unwanted beagles. Our beagles find their way into our program through many venues – from shelters, research facilities, and with the help of animal control officers. All of our dogs are brought up to date on vaccinations, and we make sure they are heartworm negative, neutered/spayed and micro-chipped before they go to their forever homes.

Every dog is fostered in a private home and we try our very best to match pets and new owners based on the the proper fit for both parties.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

Since we do not have a physical kennel facility, and our dogs are in private foster homes, we are not able to accommodate visits. Please visit our website for upcoming events which may showcase some available beagles. In general, though, adopters need to go through the adoption process in order to have a meeting scheduled with an available beagle in its foster home.

Our Adoption Process...

We have a thorough adoption process requiring an online adoption application, personal, veterinary, and landlord reference checks, as well as a phone interview. Dogs are matched with adopters based on what the adopter indicates they are looking for, and based on what we feel would best suit our available dogs. An in person visit is required with all family members at the dog's foster home. (Dogs will not be shipped to adopters.)

Our adoption fee is $250 for adult beagles.

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