You could call Archie “Mr Charm” because of his winning personality. He likes his outside play time, but also likes to snuggle up beside his special person to take a nap. He sleeps in a crate most nights but doesn't mind at all being invited to sleep in bed with his foster mom. He’s doing well with potty training. He is just a very likeable guy, with people and with other dogs. He pretty much ignores the cats, and they can tell he’s not a threat. Archie has access to water and food any time he wants it and does not over eat. (Don’t we all wish we could be that self-disciplined!) Actually, he is a beagle after all, so we have to admit he could use a little more self-control when it comes to surfing the counters for a particularly enticing morsel. His foster family is working with him on that. But he is very much a gentleman when it comes to greeting people without jumping or being pushy. And he’s a fast-learner on basic commands like “sit-stay”. Overall, his foster mom says he is “super charming and the sweetest, most loving boy.” They have enjoyed having him in their home, but having experienced a loving family life, Archie is now ready for a home of his very own. *If you would like to meet Archie, be aware that he is not at the shelter, and you will need to contact DCHS to arrange an appointment time for the foster parent to bring him to the shelter to meet you.
Adoption Fee: $100
The adoption fee for dogs is $100.00 and cats is $20.00. Every animal adopted from the Dubois County Humane Society has been heartworm tested (dogs), received age appropriate vaccinations, dewormed, microchipped, and heartwormed (dogs) and flea treated. All animals have been spayed/neutered.
We welcome adopters for all over the country! However, we do not ship. Adopters must be willing to meet at our facility in Jasper, Indiana.
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