found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
My name is Gator!
Facts about Gator
- Breed: Beagle
- Color: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
- Age: Puppy
- Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
- Sex: Male
- ID#: BA
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Meet Gator! He is a super cute 6 month old male, tri-color beagle puppy weighing approximately 16.5 lbs as of December 21st. This poor baby did not have the best start in life. He was found with his two litter-mates, Bubbles & Buttons, abandoned in a field. A good Samaritan took them in and then contacted HBHR.
Gator is a very well behaved puppy, for a puppy. He listens well, is 100% doggy door and crate trained and sleeps the whole night through. Have I mention how super cute he is? These pictures do not do him justice!
Lil Gator has the best personality! He loves to play with the beagle buddies he has at his foster home, so he would be happiest in a home with another playful doggie. He enjoys bouts of wrestle-mania followed by intermittent naps.
Gator can be loud when he is in his crate and not sleeping, therefore an apartment will not be the best environment for him. He also likes to nibble and play-bite at times, therefore children under the age of 10 years old may not be suitable. Just like any puppy or toddler, he needs to be supervised or he will get into mischief. If you have the time and what it takes to raise a sweet little beagle pup, then submit an application to hear more about Gator and potentially meet him in person. But beware, if you meet him, you’d best be ready to take him home. He's got a face that is hard to deny!
If you are interested in adopting one of our dogs, THE FIRST STEP is to complete our adoption questionnaire. Please visit our website here and follow the instructions on adoption: Houston Beagle Rescue Our regular adoption fee is $225; special needs, mixes and senior dogs are $175, and pups 8 months and younger are $275. The fee includes the spay/neuter, the vaccines, flea and heartworm preventative/treatment, a new leash/ collar/ rescue ID tag, microchip, and some training. Some dogs may have had additional vetcare such as orthopedic surgeries, heartworm treatment or other procedures, but these "extras" will not affect their adoption fee. Donations to help with vetcare are always welcomed!