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|Rescue Me ID: 16-06-28-00640Keltic (female)|
Almost 10 months. Crate trained. Knows basic commands. Food motivated to learn more tricks, but she does take time to learn new tricks. She basically goes with the flow and wants to play and follow people around. May need more house training for potty depending on where she is in the house, but is fully crate trained to hold it all night. Spayed. Shots current and not due until next year. Great watch dog, will bark at people coming into yard as a warning. Easy going, loveable, very playful. No longer chases indoor cats. Gets along great with other dogs. She is the alpha of the current pack, but a very gentle one and is great to watch in action. (I foster many dogs. You are welcome to see her play with others and I would prefer that you do, and if you have kids, bring them so you can see how she interacts with them.) She is clumsy with smaller dogs and doesn't realize her size with her paws on them, but is not harmful in any way. She is leash trained and can walk around in your neighborhood or out on a hike in nature. Upon meeting new people, she is skittish, but all a person needs to do is turn and walk away, and she follows with great curiosity to be friends. Must meet people on her terms, which doesn't take but a minute or two for her to warm up. About 45 pounds. Will not get much bigger, if at all. On a good high quality diet - grain free, soy free, wheat free. She does get car sick sometimes and I am working on that or she may need dramamine, per the vet, if she does not outgrow it. Please keep in mind she is trained, spayed, and up to date on shots and has had a monthly heart worm preventative medicine. The rehome fee is for anyone who is serious to give her a new home since the proper veterinary care and spay has been completed. She will come with vet records. Healthy pup - beautiful shape, gets lots of exercise, and shiny coat. (Less)
Allegany County Cumberland, MD 21502 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-06-28-00579Weimaraner/Beagle (female)|
Born Sep 2015. Spayed, shots current and due in January. Has Lyme shot for outdoor fun in nature. Weighs 33 pounds, and will not get much bigger due to Beagle mix. Crate trained. Mostly house trained, pay attention as she will nudge you when she has to go outside. Extremely friendly to adults and kids, and all other dogs. Leads the play time as others chase her with a toy in her mouth. Loves to play! Will bark at strangers if they approach house (example - meter reader.) Must keep her ears clean at least once/week due to long ears. Allows groomer to trim nails. On a no wheat, no soy, no grain healthy diet. No fear - just loves to meet people and play with people or other dogs! She doesn't chase indoor cats at this point. (Less)
Allegany County Cumberland, MD 21502 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-06-25-00392 (female)|
They were born on May 27, 2016. It was only two puppies from this litter. First come, First serve that if they are going to a good home.
Prince George's County Largo, MD MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-05-26-00319Meg (female)|
We are looking for a new home for our dog, Meg. I think it took us having a dog to realize we are not a dog family. She is a beagle mix, 33lbs, approx 5-6 years old - her age was estimated at 2-3 when we adopted her in 2014. She is microchipped,spayed and up to date on all care/vaccinations. What's great about her: She is cozy, loving, goofy, loves to curl up and sleep. Very social and playful. She has beautiful silky ears and the adorable wrinkled brow of a puppy. She rarely barks - rarely if she sees something of interest outside. She is wonderful with other dogs - not aggressive at all. She is quite respectful of the cats in our house (who preceded her arrival). Outside, she'll try to chase cats and squirrels. She is fine being in the crate when we are gone for longer periods. With a treat, she goes in easily. She loves car rides in or out of the crate. We think she needs a home where she can get longer walks or freedom to go out on her own. Potential owners should be aware that she can be touchy around young children, especially boys under the age of 12 with whom she is not familiar. Rarely, she has done her business inside. She is attracted to rugs that might be a bit like grass. Definitely does not like thunderstorms (shakes but can be comforted) or being left in an unfamiliar place. (Less)
Baltimore (City) Baltimore, MD 21210 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-05-23-00372Hunter (male)|
Looking for my new BFF! (aka a true leader of the pack) I have separation anxiety, so I hate being left alone. I whine, a lot, apparently, because ever since my owners had a baby, I haven't been the center of their attention anymore. I've been called 'part cat' because I like to cuddle up next to my people or the other dog I live with. If allowed on furniture, I would love to be your tv watching buddy. But I can be very active, too! Just introduce treats into the picture, and I'll impress you with my tricks! I learned all sorts of stuff in obedience school. My newest trick is dancing on my hind legs, so I'm open to learning new things. I'm very loyal, won't run away if let off leash. (But I'm microchipped just in case anyway.) I love walks, but I do pull because I'm so eager to take everything in. I've always lived with another dog, so especially when left home alone, it'd be very nice if I had another dog buddy with me. I don't do well with crates, I get clausterphobic. I don't mind a mini indoor dog run though. I'm told that I'm not good with small children, but that's because not only do they take precious attention away from me, but they also interfere too much with my personal space! I love to cuddle, but on my own terms. I think I'd do best in a household with one or two adults who want to shower me with attention, and who will be home most of the time, or who have another dog that can keep me company when they're not home. It would be very nice if my new owner could update my current owners with a couple of pictures after I'm settled in. They're very sad to see me go and want to be sure rehoming me is in my best interest. (Less)
Anne Arundel County Hanover, MD MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-04-28-00103Copper (male)|
This sweet loving & smart dog is looking for his forever home! He is very goofy and loves people and kids. He would make a great running companion or he would be just as happy snuggling with you or the kids. He is currently located in Worcester County, MD at the Worcester County Animal Control.
Worcester County Animal Control
6207 Timmons Rd
Worcester County Snow Hill, MD 21863 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-04-18-00421Remi (male)|
Remi is a beautiful dog who needs love and attention. He is very affectionate but can be snappy with other dogs and possibly small children. He needs a loving home with room to run.
Cecil County Rising Sun, MD MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Beagle in Maryland|
Beagle Dogs can make good pets in Maryland if they match your IifestyIe. Beagles are small, energetic hounds with sweet, happy dispositions. Beagles make wonderful family pets. Beagles need to be with people and do not like to be left alone; it is a good idea to have more than one dog if you will be away often. Beagles are great with children but do not do well with cats and other household animals unless they are around them from the time they are puppies. A Beagle needs a decent sized yard to play in and needs lots of exercise. Beagles may wander off easily if not kept on a leash.
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