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Beagle puppies and dogs in Peoria, Illinois

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Rusty

Beagle

Male, 3 yrs 9 mos
Peoria, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Rusty is a handsome and fun purebred beagle. He is so smart, he knows sit, shake, down, and roll over. He is a smaller beagle weighing 21 pounds. Rusty is 3 1/2 years old, so past the puppy stage. This happy boy is quite active and would love a fenced yard and children to play with. He will take any chance he can to go on an adventure, with his nose the the ground, so doors and gates need to be securely closed. He is potty trained and crate trained. Rusty is good with some dogs but not others.  Rusty's adoption fee is $300. He is neutered, current on vaccines, microchipped with registration, heartworm tested negative and on flea/tick/hw preventatives. If interested please apply at gfrpets.org/apply/adoptdog/ ##1975340##
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Cowboy

Beagle

Male, 1 yr 1 mo
Peoria, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Cowboy is a 1 year old male beagle. He is a happy boy and loves all people and dogs, cats are unknown. Cowboy is just a goofy boy and tries to play with the other dogs in his foster home. He likes chew bones and, of course, treats. Cowboy would make a great companion for another playful dog. He weighs 25 pounds. Cowboy's $300 adoption fee includes his neuter, vaccines, heartworm test and prevention, flea/tick prevention, and microchip registration. You can apply at  https://gfrpets.org/apply/adoptdog/ ##1993357##

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Rhinestone

Beagle

Female, Senior
Pekin, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
From Rhinestones foster: "She definitely needs a home who is fully willing to take her in knowing her special needs. Medical is obvious; her seizures and thyroid need monitoring. Behavior-wise, she can be very un-beagle-like. She enjoys being around people, but at her own pace and comfort. She enjoys her pets, but doesn't cuddle or accept embraces. She will walk away if she wants her space. However, she will sit next to you and look up expectantly, and when napping, she'll sometimes pop her head up to see who's around and go back to napping if she's not alone (this is worse when she's sick lol). She doesn't really play with any toys; snuffy mats and bully sticks have been the most I can get from her. I don't think a home with kids would be a fit, as the kids need to understand she's not a dog they can play with and hang off of.Potty training has been difficult. She doesn't tell anyone she's needs out, and the best course we found was having a strict potty schedule. We've placed bells on our door to see if she'll use those, and we've had some success. She will use them if she has to poop; but we've never gotten her to use them for pee times. If no one opens the door, she turn around and just pee wherever. We have had her trained on pee pads (PetSmart brand is really good), and she will almost exclusively pee on them inside. Not great, but still controllable, especially at night. Potential adopters will probably still have to work with her; a lot could probably be a weak bladder, but again, that's where vet visits become important.She loves walks and car rides. She's an easy walk, she mostly slow paced as every blade of grass should be sniffed out. She will dig, and will eat dirt and grass if allowed, and that's only the real difficulty with walks. She'd loved someone who hikes or is active outside, even if she's a little slow and may need some breaks. It lets the little hunter out.I've never been able to train her on commands. While she's very treat motivated, it's really only because she wants to eat, not learn. Even doing a simple come command has been hard; I'm not sure if it's her hearing getting bad or just selective hearing. She'll get bored and walk away. Honestly, there's never a huge need; she's old, she's usually sitting most times. She has tried to escape; once successfully, but never made it down the stairs.She is a stubborn gal, which I attribute to her overcoming a lot of her medical issues as if they never happened. Of course, this stubbornness doesn't help with commands or walking.At first, we crated her at night and when leaving. She had no problem with it, but she will whine if she needs to potty. Sometimes, even now, she'll lay inside with the door open. It might bring her a bit of comfort. For a while, she really wanted to sleep in the same room as someone, so her bed was placed in my room, and she'd do well. She's now feeling much more independent; maybe she's comfortable and understands weve never left, so she sleeps where she likes now. Potting at night is still an issue, but she will go to the pee pads.She really is a wonderful companion; the Tender care team always speak highly of her as she's been very good with allowing blood draws and X-rays. I do worry that entering into another household might send any training we accomplished back to square one. We've noticed, when rearranging furniture, change kind of confuses her, sometimes to the point of a reverting behaviors, like peeing in other places and her being a bit more stand-off-ish. Anyone who takes her in will definitely need to go by the old 3/3/3 rule, and take their time with her. She's definitely a special girl, and if given the time and space, she really does shine."
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Reese

Beagle Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Normal, IL
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet River, the cheerful young boy who has a real passion for playtime! He's full of energy and always ready to jump up and down with joy! River has a mischievous side that adds to his charm. He would thrive in a loving home filled with adults only who can provide him with the attention and guidance he needs. Above all, River is in need of a person who will shower him with love and reassure him that he is finally in a safe place where he can let go of his fears. All Pet Central animals are up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations, spayed or neutered, microchipped (registration included), and current on parasite prevention. Dogs over six-months of age are heartworm tested. When adopting, we will ensure that you receive copies of veterinary and microchip records. If you are interested in this pet, please fill out the brief Adopter Survey by hitting "Apply for Adoption" on the profile. After we review your completed survey we will contact you by phone or email within three business days. We're primarily a volunteer organization, so we appreciate your patience. Please note- Out of respect for our volunteers and staff, we are closed on Sundays and Mondays and will not be processing any applications on that day. Do get back to us right away when we call or email regarding an application so that we can quickly connect using the process below: Select a pet and submit an online adoption survey. A PCH adoption counselor will contact potential adopters within three business days (PCH cannot guarantee any pet's availability, but we make every effort to accommodate adopters with a reply and possible alternative suggestions). Counselor and client will then have a conversation to answer questions, discuss any medical needs for the pet and determine the suitability of a match (if necessary, we may opt to put adopters in touch with foster parents). After a match is made, clients will be asked to sign our adoption agreement and pay the adoption fee online through our secure payment system *Please see our modified no-risk return policy. (below) The PCH adoption counselor will then set up a specific appointment time and location. Adopters should bring a pet carrier and leash to pick up. Adult pets will be wearing a collar. It is important that clients arrive on time, neither early nor late. If your adoption is scheduled at Pet Central Helps!: Upon arrival inside the Crossroads Center complex (360 Wylie Drive), look for the black Pet Central Helps! semi-trailer, which is right outside of our facility (Suite 720). Park in the parking lot and enter the facility. A PCH representative will greet you and show you to the adoption room. Your new pet will be handed to you. We will take a "Happy Adoption Day photo with your pet and family. If your adoption is scheduled at PetSmart: Park in the PetSmart Parking lot and enter the store. We will be set up just inside the store entrance. Let us know you are here to pick up your pet! A PCH representative will confirm your information and hand you your pet. We will take a "Happy Adoption Day photo with your pet and family. PCH supports a 21-day no-fault return policy in which adopters are given the opportunity to find a better match. If we are not able to provide advice/tools to keep a pet in the home we offer these options: Exchange for a pet that may be a better match** Receive a refund minus a $40 processing fee** With this approach, we can often turn mismatches into opportunities! Thank you, Pet Central Helps!
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Mina

Beagle Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Puppy
Normal, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
No pictures can do justice for how beautiful Mina and her stripes are. She is an absolute sweetheart and definitely more relaxed than her sister that she lives with. Her foster Mom thinks she just likes to be chilled and go with the flow. But she also has a little sassy side. She loved attention and playing but also likes to curl up on the couch for some chill time. She has been around other large dogs, cats, and a baby. She knows when it is "crate time and will hide under the kitchen chair to hide. She needs a little reassurance, big hugs, and goes into the crate. She needs someone with a big sensitive heart to match hers! All Pet Central animals are up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations, spayed or neutered, microchipped (registration included), and current on parasite prevention. Dogs over six-months of age are heartworm tested. When adopting, we will ensure that you receive copies of veterinary and microchip records. If you are interested in this pet, please fill out the brief Adopter Survey by hitting "Apply for Adoption" on the profile. After we review your completed survey we will contact you by phone or email within three business days. We're primarily a volunteer organization, so we appreciate your patience. Please note- Out of respect for our volunteers and staff, we are closed on Sundays and Mondays and will not be processing any applications on that day. Do get back to us right away when we call or email regarding an application so that we can quickly connect using the process below: A PCH adoption counselor will contact potential adopters within three business days (PCH cannot guarantee any pet's availability, but we make every effort to accommodate adopters with a reply and possible alternative suggestions). Counselor and client will then have a conversation to answer questions, discuss any medical needs for the pet and determine the suitability of a match. After a match is made, clients will be asked to sign our adoption agreement and pay the adoption fee online through our secure payment system *Please see our modified no-risk return policy. (below) The PCH adoption counselor will then set up a specific appointment time and location. Adopters should bring a pet carrier and leash to pick up. All pets will go home with a collar. It is important that clients arrive on time, neither early nor late. If your adoption is scheduled at Pet Central Helps!: Upon arrival inside the Crossroads Center complex (360 Wylie Drive), look for the black Pet Central Helps! semi-trailer, which is right outside of our facility (Suite 720). Park in the parking lot and enter the facility. A PCH representative will greet you and show you to the adoption room. Your new pet will be handed to you. We will take a "Happy Adoption Day photo with your pet and family. If your adoption is scheduled at PetSmart: Park in the PetSmart Parking lot and enter the store. We will be set up down the center aisle. Let us know you are here to pick up your pet! A PCH representative will confirm your information and hand you your pet. We will take a "Happy Adoption Day" photo with your pet and family. PCH supports a 21-day no-fault return policy in which adopters are given the opportunity to find a better match. If we are not able to provide advice/tools to keep a pet in the home we offer these options: Exchange for a pet that may be a better match** Receive a refund minus a $40 processing fee** With this approach, we can often turn mismatches into opportunities! Take advantage of the free first week/10% discount with GoodPup Training! This program allows you to work with a professional from the comfort of your own home. Thank you, Pet Central Helps!
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Egypt

Beagle Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Puppy
Normal, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
I'm a mixed breed puppy, with freckles and brindle. I'm super sweet and a fast learner. My foster parents would describe me as spunky, high energy and brave. I'm up for trying new things! When I am not out exploring, I love to take long cuddly naps. I get along great with my sister Paige, as well as my foster parents' adult dogs and cat. I am still teething so I'll need you to help direct all that energy toward toys, but I'm sure I'll grow out of it. I am partially potty trained, and getting better at it every day! Let's be best friends! All Pet Central animals are up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations, spayed or neutered, microchipped (registration included), and current on parasite prevention. Dogs over six-months of age are heartworm tested. When adopting, we will ensure that you receive copies of veterinary and microchip records. If you are interested in this pet, please fill out the brief Adopter Survey by hitting "Apply for Adoption" on the profile. After we review your completed survey we will contact you by phone or email within three business days. We're primarily a volunteer organization, so we appreciate your patience. Please note- Out of respect for our volunteers and staff, we are closed on Sundays and Mondays and will not be processing any applications on that day. Do get back to us right away when we call or email regarding an application so that we can quickly connect using the process below: A PCH adoption counselor will contact potential adopters within three business days (PCH cannot guarantee any pet's availability, but we make every effort to accommodate adopters with a reply and possible alternative suggestions). Counselor and client will then have a conversation to answer questions, discuss any medical needs for the pet and determine the suitability of a match. After a match is made, clients will be asked to sign our adoption agreement and pay the adoption fee online through our secure payment system *Please see our modified no-risk return policy. (below) The PCH adoption counselor will then set up a specific appointment time and location. Adopters should bring a pet carrier and leash to pick up. All pets will go home with a collar. It is important that clients arrive on time, neither early nor late. If your adoption is scheduled at Pet Central Helps!: Upon arrival inside the Crossroads Center complex (360 Wylie Drive), look for the black Pet Central Helps! semi-trailer, which is right outside of our facility (Suite 720). Park in the parking lot and enter the facility. A PCH representative will greet you and show you to the adoption room. Your new pet will be handed to you. We will take a "Happy Adoption Day photo with your pet and family. If your adoption is scheduled at PetSmart: Park in the PetSmart Parking lot and enter the store. We will be set up down the center aisle. Let us know you are here to pick up your pet! A PCH representative will confirm your information and hand you your pet. We will take a "Happy Adoption Day" photo with your pet and family. PCH supports a 21-day no-fault return policy in which adopters are given the opportunity to find a better match. If we are not able to provide advice/tools to keep a pet in the home we offer these options: Exchange for a pet that may be a better match** Receive a refund minus a $40 processing fee** With this approach, we can often turn mismatches into opportunities! Take advantage of the free first week/10% discount with GoodPup Training! This program allows you to work with a professional from the comfort of your own home. Thank you, Pet Central Helps!
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Delight - 0$ adoption fee

Beagle

Female, Senior
Bloomington, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with dogs, Not good with cats,
Story
Delight has big brown eyes that will melt your heart and a delightful personality to go with them. She is a happy and sweet girl that likes to be with her people and cuddle next to them on the couch. She joyfully plays with toys, enjoys chew toys, and tummy rubs!  She is on medicine due to damaged caused by heartworms. However, she still enjoys a typical walk around the neighborhood. She has a tendency to dash at cars while on walks so her forever person would need to be able to handle that.  She would be the perfect dog for a person or couple looking for a lower-key companion to curl up this winter. We are looking for her to be the only dog in the home. Her adoption fee has been sponsored which means the adopter pays no fee. However, a adoption application still needs to be submitted and approved. Who can open their home to this sweet girl?April 16, 2024, 8:48 pm

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100 TAPS Lane, Pekin, IL 61554

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360 Wylie Drive, Suite 720, Normal, IL 61761

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360 Wylie Drive, Suite 720, Normal, IL 61761

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105 W. Jefferson, Bloomington, IL 61701

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