Potter gets along with the other Beagles in his foster home. He is playful and enjoys wrestling and romping with his buddies in the backyard. He has not lived with cats so we are not sure how he would be sharing a home with a kitty. Potter enjoys going for walks, but needs some practice with his leash manners. He's a typical Beagle and likes to follow his nose so he will require a home with a "Beagle-proof" fenced yard (not "invisible" or underground fencing), to safely contain him if he is ever to be allowed off leash.
Potter is a wonderful dog that is anxious to meet his forever family. Could it be you?
IMPORTANT: Safe Hounds Beagle Rescue does not operate a shelter where the public can meet our dogs. All of our Beagles are cared for in a loving foster home. Prospective adopters must submit an adoption application and be pre-approved to adopt. Once an applicant is approved, we’ll begin a matching process—the right dog for the right home. Submitting an application does not guarantee that you will be approved. Please visit our web page: www.safehounds.com and click on "Adopting A Beagle" to learn more about the adoption process and to print our adoption application.
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