• Austin a Male Beagle Adopted from Animatch
  • Austin a Male Beagle Adopted from Animatch
  • Austin a Male Beagle Adopted from Animatch

Austin

A Male Beagle presently Adopted

Some dogs have all the luck.  They are adopted, go to a wonderful home, and live the remainder of their days with the same family.  My story with regard to adoption is that of a revolving door.  I leave, I come back; I leave, I come back.  My name is Austin and one thing I know for sure -- I am not responsible in any way for my current situation.   I came on the scene a few years ago and was adopted into a loving home, but the 2017 spring flooding resulted in the loss of my home.  Then I was adopted about six months ago and because of my human’s health issues, sadly I was brought back.  Basically, I still need the kind of home I needed the first time I went through the revolving door a few years ago and again six months ago.  You should read all about Beagles before adopting one and the paragraph below describes pretty much the kind of home I’m on the lookout for.  Please, please, please do not even consider adopting me if you don’t think having a dog is a lifetime commitment.  No dog should go through being homeless – it’s a life experience that every dog dreads.  I am confident that my perfect home lies ahead; in fact, I dream of it every night.  Please consider making me part of your family.  Simply fill in the Adoption Form and ask for AUSTIN.

 

Austin was adopted from Animatch in 2015 and would probably have spent the rest of his life with his human but life threw them a curve ball.  Austin’s home was lost in the recent flooding and his guardian had to make the difficult decision to give him up.  Austin is a typical, nose-to-the ground kind of guy; he will need an experienced guardian who will give him the exercise and stability that he craves.  Austin, like most Beagles, is not the dog for apartment or condo living.  He needs a Beagle-proof fenced yard to keep him safe.  Since he has not lived with children, a home with respectful older children would best suit him.  Don’t think that Austin is too old for obedience training; Beagles are working dogs and love to exercise their brain as well as their body.  He will need lots of walks – being a Beagle means that he requires the stimulation of discovering new scents in the neighbourhood.  He can be selective insofar as other canines are concerned, so a home without other dogs would be ideal.  Austin has many good years ahead of him and hopes to find a Beagle lover to call his own.  If you have room in your heart and your home, please fill in the Adoption Form and ask for Austin.

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More Details About Austin

Status: AdoptedChildren:10 and over
Breed:BeagleGrooming:Low
Size:Medium (30 lbs)Energy:Medium-High
Age:7.5 yearsCat friendly:Yes
Gender:MaleDog friendly:Yes (but would prefer being only dog)

More Details About Austin

  • Status: Adopted
  • Breed: Beagle
  • Size: Medium (30 lbs)
  • Age: 7.5 years
  • Gender: Male
  • Grooming: Low
  • Energy: Medium-High
  • Children: 10 and over
  • Cat friendly: Yes
  • Dog friendly: Yes (but would prefer being only dog)

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