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My name is Tucker - Pending!

Beagle Mix Dog for adoption in Northville, Michigan - Tucker - Pending
Photo 1 - Beagle Mix Dog for adoption in Northville, Michigan - Tucker - Pending
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Tucker - Pending's Info...

I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.

Tucker - Pending's Story...

Arrival story: Friendly Tucker was surrendered, along with his sister, to a rural shelter. His family got a new puppy and no longer wanted Tucker and Cocoa, so they dropped them off at the shelter. Waggin' Tails stepped in to find Tucker a family who will love him forever!

Approximate age / weight: 5 years old, 36 lbs.

Personality: Tucker has a joyful soul. He does everything with great enthusiasm and exuberance. He loves to play with other dogs - he'd happily spend all day playing, given a willing companion - and plays very energetically. Some dogs may find his play style too rough, but he takes their "knock it off" signals very well, and backs off quickly. He's quite the people lover, too! When he settles down (and he does, after sufficient exercise), he's lookin' for love. He enjoys cuddling, and is curious about everything his people do. He's very smart, too! He came to us already housebroken, and learned "sit" in a couple of days. He's now working on "wait" and "leave it." When called, Tucker comes INSTANTLY (and with great enthusiasm!), unless he's focused on "prey," like a squirrel in a tree or the cat next door.

Tucker's favorite "toy" is a friendly and playful dog! But if he doesn't have a playmate available, he enjoys squeaking squeaky toys and unstuffing stuffed toys. He doesn't live with cats, and we think that he probably wouldn't be a good housemate for them. When he sees the cat next door, he gets intensely focused, indicating that he sees it as prey. He also doesn't live with children, but he loves the kids next door, running to the fence for a pet every time they appear. He hasn't played with them, though, because they're young, and he may be too strong for younger children. He's generally fine alone, as long as he's confined to a dog-proofed area. (Normally, he just settles into his favorite chair for a snooze, but because he's so smart, he can sometimes be inventive when bored.). He can be crated, but he doesn't like it much, and complains for a few minutes, then resigns himself to the sad state of "no one to play with." He should not be crated for several hours at a time though (such as during work hours), because having no outlet for his energy - even something as simple as running from the couch to the chair, or from window to window - would be too stressful for him.

Forever home: Tucker needs an active family, and will likely need a physically-fenced yard. When he's chasing or playing, he doesn't pay much attention to barriers. He'd like to have a doggie sibling who enjoys (or at least tolerates) his play style, and is energetic enough to play with
him frequently. With the above "dog-proofing" caution, he would probably be ok alone several hours a day, but he MUST get sufficient exercise to compensate for the quiet time. Tucker would be a great candidate for active dog sports such as agility competition or flyball. He'd love to have some older children (10+) to play with, too, and would likely be an outstanding running companion, once he gets the hang of the leash. But it is essential that Tucker has SOME outlet for his energy. He simply won't be happy without sufficient exercise.

Contact: Karen at furkids@webfaerie.com

Personality: Tucker has a joyful soul. He does everything with great enthusiasm and exuberance. He loves to play with other dogs - he'd happily spend all day playing, given a willing companion - and plays very energetically. Some dogs may find his play style too rough, but he takes their "knock it off" signals very well, and backs off quickly. He's quite the people lover, too! When he settles down (and he does, after sufficient exercise), he's lookin' for love. He enjoys cuddling, and is curious about everything his people do. He's very smart, too! He came to us already housebroken, and learned "sit" in a couple of days. He's now working on "wait" and "leave it." When called, Tucker comes INSTANTLY (and with great enthusiasm!), unless he's focused on "prey," like a squirrel in a tree or the cat next door.

Tucker's favorite "toy" is a friendly and playful dog! But if he doesn't have a playmate available, he enjoys de-squeaking squeaky toys and unstuffing stuffed toys. He doesn't live with cats, and we think that he probably wouldn't be a good housemate for them. When he sees the cat next door, he gets intensely focused, indicating that he sees it as prey. He also doesn't live with children, but he loves the kids next door, running to the fence for a pet every time they appear. He hasn't played with them, though, because they're young, and his greetings may be too enthusiastic for younger children. He's generally fine alone, as long as he's confined to a dog-proofed area. (Normally, he just settles into his favorite chair for a snooze, but because he's so smart, he can sometimes be inventive when bored.). He can be crated, but he doesn't like it much, and complains for a few minutes, then resigns himself to the sad state of "no one to play with." He should not be crated for several hours at a time though (such as during work hours), because having no outlet for his energy - even something as simple as running from the couch to the chair, or from window to window - would be too stressful for him.

Forever home: Tucker needs an active family, and will likely need a physically-fenced yard. When he's chasing or playing, he doesn't pay much attention to barriers. He'd like to have a doggie sibling who enjoys his play style, and is energetic enough to play with him frequently. With the above "dog-proofing" caution, he would probably be ok alone several hours a day, but he MUST get sufficient exercise to compensate for the quiet time. Tucker would be a great candidate for active dog sports such as agility competition or flyball. He'd love to have some older children (10+) to play with, too, and would likely be an outstanding running companion, once he gets the hang of the leash. But it is essential that Tucker has SOME outlet for his energy. He simply won't be happy without sufficient exercise.

Facts about Tucker - Pending

  • Breed: Beagle Mix
  • Color: White - With Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male

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Why Adoption is a Great Option

Tucker - Pending, a Northville Beagle dog was adopted! Here's how you can benefit by looking at adoption as an option to buying a Beagle for sale in Northville, or seeking a Beagle dog from a breeder in Northville.

  1. Rescues and shelter volunteers in Northville already know the personality and tendencies of their pets. This means they can match you with the right pet. That will makes it much easier transition to owning a pet for yourself and your new pet.
  2. On average adoption fees are much less than you'd pay a Northville breeder, or pet store. Plus most often rescue pets have already been to the veterinarian for a check-up, had a round of vaccinations, and are spayed or neutered. That is a lot of savings!
  3. You will become a hero, and give a needy dog or cat a loving home. In fact, there are even Beagle breeders who help with Beagle rescue. One puppy or kitten adopted in Northville paves the way for another one to be saved.