I'm having the time of my life at my foster home hanging out with other dogs, playing with my toys and getting lots of treats. I've been living with a trainer who has taught me a lot about how to be a proper dog. You see, I wasn't given a lot of direction in my old life and got used to being the boss, but now I've learned that it's ok to let my humans take charge. It's a relief that I'm not the leader of my family. Sometimes a guy just wants to relax and let someone else take the lead, you know?
I'm looking for a home with another dog or two that I can hang around with (since I'm so chummy with others), and a fenced in backyard for me to investigate things like pesky squirrels. I have to tell you, I can get overly excited when I'm playing with my toys and humans, so it's best if my home has no small children. I don't want to accidentally knock over a little dude. No cats either please, I enjoy playing chase a bit too much.
I'm up to date with all my shots, neutered, house and crate trained. You won't find a more dependable companion than me! My rescue friends say I have a spunky hilarious personality. Hey, beagles are funny guys you know, and I'm happy to amuse! I'm on a raw diet, and I'm doing very well on it.
So what do you think? Can you be the Captain to my First Mate? Send any questions you have to firstname.lastname@example.org today. I hope to meet you soon!
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