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!
So what do you think? Can you be the Captain to my First Mate? Send any questions you have to email@example.com today. I hope to meet you soon!
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