Chuckie is a male tricolor beagle who is about 4 years old. He is very anxious to find his forever home! Chuckie loves people and loves to cuddle. He would love to hang out with his family on the couch. Chuckie loves soft toys and soft doggie beds. He is housetrained, will sit and look at the door when he needs to go outside. Chuckie is super smart and you could probably teach him to even ring a bell when he needs to go out.
He is crate trained and will sleep in his crate when his people are in bed. But if you’re up and about, Chuckie wants to be with you. He weighs about 25 lbs and tends to jump on people so he would probably knock a young child or someone unstable on their feet down. He loves to sniff and will pull on a leash. Chuckie used to live with other dogs but they would attack him, so now he’s afraid of other dogs. Chuckie needs to be placed as an only dog. He’s been around cats and tends to leave them alone.
Chuckie will be neutered before being adopted. If you don’t pay attention to him, he might mark in the house. Chuckie loves to go for walks (on a leash of course!). Please thank about giving Chuckie a forever home! He has so much love to give!
Chuckie is located at Nittany Beagle Rescue, a nonprofit organization dedicated to saving the lives of beagles in central Pennsylvania. We accept beagles from shelters and from owners who can no longer keep them, and we work to find them loving, permanent homes. Nittany Beagle Rescue is operated by a small group of dedicated volunteers who are always looking for additional help and support. Anyone wishing to volunteer (many different volunteer options are available), receive an adoption application, donate funds, or surrender a dog can contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at: www.nittanybeaglerescue.org. Nittany Beagle Rescue is located in Centre and Clearfield counties, Pennsylvania, and our service area is central Pennsylvania.
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