Just got a call from my wife, and her parents know of someone who has a little beagle puppy available to take home right away (all shots given, etc)- seems the people who initially adopted the dog had a change of heart...<br><br>He's a male and his name is 'Sparky'- but I'm guessing at that age, he's not too attached to the name..<br><br>It's in Westchester, NY- but if it was me, I'd drive any distance to get a healthy puppy of the breed I wanted...<br><br>We'd do it, but both our jobs are crazy right now and we're hardly home lately, save for the weekends. Plus Arthur has some sort of puppy-phobia. But that's a whole different story...<br><br>
I'm sure there's a Beagle rescue program run through some of the Beagle clubs in the U.S if they don't find any takers. There's hardly a pure-breed that doesn't have a rescue program. There were six Beagle rescue programs listed on the AKC rescue page alone.<br><br>
Loc: Beautiful Southern California
I'm kinda fond of Beagles but the distance between California and NY is too great to consider.<br>Besides, we've been considering a third Corgi for our household anyway, and an adult at that.<br>Good Luck!<br><br>
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