She has great manners and walk wonderful on a leash. We don't know her past story, only that she and Fred, also available for adoption, were found running loose together and no one claimed them at animal control.
Ethel is a convenient size, easy to groom, friendly and peaceful to other animals. Beagle mixes do need more exercise than most people give them so they need daily walks so they don't get overweight.
If you do not have a fenced in yard you will need to walk them on a leash as beagles and bassets have the hunting instinct and will follow their nose wherever it leads them.
If you have a heart for the soulful expression Ethel will give you the rest of your life then come out and meet her in person.
Beagles are notorious for being great house pets and good with children.
Sadly Ethel was tested positive for heart worms. She will need treatment and a clean bill of health before she can be adopted. Roughly around early February.
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