Basset Hound puppies and dogs in Virginia Beach, Virginia

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Gypsy Rose

Basset Hound Labrador Retriever

Female, Adult
Virginia Beach, VA
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Shots are up-to-date,
We are located in Mt.Airy, NC about 5 & 1/2 west of VA Beach. We encourage you to come to us to pick up we can normally deliver 1/2 way for $100. We can deliver to VA Beach for $200. Transport is on hold due to vehicle issues. This pup was born to a basset hound lab mix mom. She was born 7-1-22. This pup is shy at first. She warms up great though. This pup likes cats and loves other dogs. We have started crate training and potty training. This pup will go home current on vaccines and preventives and microchipped. She is spayed and heartworm tested(negative).This pup will receive a certificate of health issued by our vet prior to transport. The adopter will get all health records with adoption. We require a prescreen application to adopt. You can get that on our website at

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Beagle Labrador Retriever

Female, Puppy
Chesapeake, VA
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Good with dogs,
Puppy Luna with her new fosters, Jordynn and Dan. From Luna's rescuer Nancy: "I am telling you. She is the best puppy ever! Has such a sweet, sweet heart. Sits..loves to give kisses... very calm. One of those one in a hundred type babies. Super temperment." This little lab/beagle mix is about five months old, maybe 25 pounds. We are trying to help her find her forever home! You can find an application to adopt at and look under forms. Please email the form to adoptsecondchance@gmail,com
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2312-1576 Maximus (Off Site Foster)

Beagle Hound (Unknown Type)

Male, Adult
Virginia Beach, VA
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Spayed or Neutered,
MAXIMUS - 6 years old, 30 pounds, nervous, good with cats and dogs, house trained. Needs a single family hone (no shared walls). Adult home needed. Our foster, Max, has been enjoying this beautiful, but windy, day with a walk in the neighborhood, exploring the backyard, and running errands with me. I want to share the following about Max (Maximus), who has been with us for four weeks:  He is a sweet boy, who gets along with other dogs, and seems to be cat-friendly (we have several neighbors with indoor-outdoor cats, and he wants to say hello but does not bark, pull, lunge, or chase).  He is housebroken.   He does suffer from separation anxiety, and stays stressed/anxious/pacing/frequently checking and waiting at the door while his people are away.  However, he is not destructive, and he does not act out by using the bathroom in the house.  Yet, on Thursday and Friday, he was a bit less stressed, and started playing with the many dog toys available (so far, he just plays with them (he loves the hide and seek toys), and does not de-squeak them), and, over the last week or so, he has been settling down for periods of 45-60 minutes (not sleeping, but staying near/semi-relaxing with his beagle friend, Ruthie).  [If people are home, he will relax and nap, but he is always on guard that they will leave.] We have started him on anxiety medication that he takes daily. He does well with Ruthie, and would probably like to have a canine sibling, especially when left alone (he really needs a home where someone works from home, or is a young, retired home-body, and, with his fear of noises, I would recommend a home without young children who are, as children do, going to screech, run up to him to hug him or pull his ears).   He does react to loud and/or unexpected noises (he still reacts to my phone dinging, the wake up alarm going off, and the frig. door dinging when I have it open for too long), and people passing by my house.  When this happens when I am home, he settles quickly and isn't very noisy (just stressed until I tell him it's okay), but he can be loud when reacting to things outside (especially yard work). He is smart, and has started to figure out how to unlatch the gates in the house (used primarily to keep him from bolting out a door/getting under foot when we are leaving, and to separate the pups when they are enjoying pup cups, treat-filled kongs, and licki-mats.   He likes to go for walks (he does generally well as the only dog on a walk, but he is still trying to figure out pack walks); he loves car rides; like his beagle friends, he likes veggies as snacks; and he loves treat-dispensing toys, and licki-mats with peanut butter or pumpkin.  He is an all-American mutt, and his DNA results identified 15 different breeds:  Norwegian Elkhound (30%), Chi. (17%), Labrador Retriever (15%), Rat Terrier (10%), Treeing Walker Coonhound (4%), American Hairless Terrier (3%), Toy Fox Terrier (3%), Flat-Coated Retriever (3%), Plott Hound (3%), American Foxhound (2%), Miniature American Shepherd (2%), Dandie Dinmont Terrier (2%), Parson Russell Terrier (2%), MinPin (2%), and Portuguese Podengo Pequeno (2%). Think Max is a perfect match foryou? Contact the shelter to get in touch with Maxs foster to talk more!        Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.May 27, 2024, 5:30 pm
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Beagle Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Senior
Virginia Beach, VA
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Spayed or Neutered,
Meet Charlie and Otis! These senior boys are still young at heart and love to play, go on adventures, or just snuggle. This dynamic duo have been together for a long time, and we intend to keep it that way, so Charlie and Otis must go home together! They both were transferred from another shelter, so we don't have much history on them. They did go home briefly, but they were more than a little nervous about adjusting to the new space. We ask that you give them lots of time and space to get acclimated, and if you're home often that would certainly help! Additionally, Charlie and Otis both received dental procedures, and Charlie had a fatty mass removal, but we're happy to say that these medical costs have been fully covered! If you're interested in meeting this adorable pair, please ask a kennel technician for assistance.

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2000 Fisher Arch, Virginia Beach, VA 23456

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