I am already neutered, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
Chance 2's Story...
My name is Chance. I was found dumped in the country and spent a little time in the kennel but I'm with a family and I'm learning how to live in a house again. I'm learning some commands. I'm really good at sitting for my food and coming when someone calls my name when I'm in the house. Since I'm a beagle I do a lot of smelling so when I'm outside my nose takes over and even though I know I should come when called I only do it about half the time when I'm in the yard. My foster mom says because I forget sometimes I should probably have a fenced yard or be on the leash at ALL times when I'm outside since I like to follow my nose. I can walk on a leash and every time I go out I do better. I know to go potty outside and go to the door when I have to go out. I get along really well with my foster sisters. They're a lot bigger than me (they're mastiffs) but we play and hang out all day. I'm not really thrilled about going in my crate, but I'll do it. I just bark for the first few minutes in there and then I lay down and nap or chew on my rope toy. I don't really bark much at all other than that. I have two kids at my foster house. Kids are fun. I love them. They play with me and let me sleep with them and get me toys. I like the neighbor kids, too. In fact I love people a whole lot. My favorite thing of all time is to be right where the people are. I sit on my foster mom's lap when she watches tv and cuddle with the kids when they play video games. I don't have a problem with thunderstorms and I did great on the 4th of July. I'd really like a forever home. Do you have room at your house for me? I'd love to be your best buddy.
*foster mom note...Chance is a great dog. He's got tons of personality and is just an absolute sweetie. He still has a lot of puppy in him. He loves to play, but still naps with regularity. He knows the difference between people stuff and dog toys.
Chance is microchipped, neutered & up to date on his shots & vaccines. Please complete an online application at www.rescueAhart.org if you'd like to meet him. Thanks