Once upon a time there was a handsome Beagle that was given away to a family who promised him a forever life of love and stability. Mr. Bean was happily ever after living in this home until they adopted a BIG BIG Mastiff mix who decided that he didn’t like Mr. Bean In his space or home. Mr. Bean was just minding his own life when the Mastiff showed up. All of a sudden he was not the top dog in The family at all and he was scared of this huge monster who now lived at his house. He gained too much weight from eating the Mastiff Puppy food when he came and then the neighbor next door kept throwing over bad and fattening treats that Mr. Bean gladly gobbled up. Now this 2 ½ year old 45 pound boy is needing a whole new identity and maybe transferred to the witness protection dog program for Displaced canines. Mr. Bean needs a Beagle loving home and family who will squish sweet face everyday with a kiss and a hug and a big I LOVE YOU MR. BEAN. He needs a fenced yard…. A good long walk every evening before the sun goes down. A promise that there will Never be a big ole dog that comes in to his space and throws him out as a replacement dog. Please… let’s make Mr. Bean the top DOG again Like he deserves. He is housebroken…. Loves kids, adores other dogs if they are nice to him and he would be a push over for a cat if he needed to live with one. Mr. Bean needs YOU and a whole identity in life. Could you give him that?
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