Candy came from KY were she was found living under a porch with her 6 babies. She has been a wonderful mama but now its time to give her a break and a warm loving family of her own. Candy us well behaved very very sweet and will tolerate cats but has barked at them from time to time. Candy has pretty good house manners. Loves to cuddle but also loves sleeping in her own dog bed. Candy also does not seem to bark to much. People are often worrie cbc about beagles being to vocal. She does however bark some what howl only when you first walk out the door however she calms down and is fine after just a few minutels. She is also crate trained. If your looking fpr a sweet younger Beagle Candy would be your girl. We are looking for a home with a fenced in yard being she is a beagle and beagles like to wander off chasing the rabbits!!! Candy is not yet spayed however will be once her belly is back to normal after nursing all her pups.. Her puppies are also available as of January 4th. Better Days will have her spayed once able to her adoption fre also oncludes current on vavvines ( rabies and dhpp) dewormed. Flea prevent, heartworm test. Candy's adoption fee is 275.00
If you are interested in any of our dogs, please complete an application at www.betterdaysarecominginc.org. We are looking for wonderful homes for so many dogs. Won't you please help? If you have any questions, feel free to call or text Carlise at 716-335-0045.
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