Daisy Mae - sweet's Info...
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Daisy Mae - sweet's Story...
Daisy Mae is a totally adorable little beagle! She is only 13" tall, weighs 19.4 lbs, and is 4-1/2 years old. Her family contacted Houston Beagle Rescue because they were planning a move, and wanted to find her a new home. We are absolutely happy to do that! She is a delightful, well-behaved beagle, and loves people. There is no doubt that this little one will find a wonderful new family to love her.
Little "Daiz" as her foster family calls her, is so sweet. She loves attention and will sit on your lap for as long as you will let her, or rather until she hears food being prepared in the kitchen and/or the sound of the treat jar, or of leashes being taken from the closet at walk time! Yes, she's a beagle! She gets along easily with the other beagles in the family, but is not one to engage in playing or tumbling with them. She goes along with the pack when they go out to investigate the yard, but usually just takes care of her potty business and then shortly wants to come back into the air-conditioning. If not on a lap, she will be curled up in a dog bed near to her foster mom's desk or napping in her crate.
The foster home has a doggie door, and Daisy does know how to use it, but she really prefers to go out in the yard with a human accompanying her. She is house-trained and crate-trained, and does like to go in her crate on her own sometimes just for a nap. She does not get into things that belong to the humans, In fact, she really does not even play with the multitude of dog toys that are scattered throughout the house (by Wendy Sue, her silly foster beagle sister!!).
Daisy Mae was happy to spend time with the grandchildren (ages 12 and 10) who visited her foster home, sitting on the recliner chair beside them and going on leash walks and car rides with them (two of her favorite activities). She likes a calm household and would NOT do well in a home with noisy younger children. She has not been tested with cats, but being a hound, she likely would want to chase them at first, for sure.