18 Week Old Beagle Boy Sadly For Sale.
- 2 years ago
- For Sale
Important Please note that this advert has been closed and the pet is no longer available.
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I have the most incredible beagle puppy who unfortunately I am allergic to. So sad to be selling him but its getting really bad. He was born 13th April 2013 and is a tricolor he cant get anywhere in peice for people stopping him because of his markings. He was a little underweight when I got him but hes bulked up now he will come fully vaccined with his monthly worming just done on saturday he will also come with everything u need for a dog .. dog crate bowls leads collars food toys bed blankets so he will not need anything to get started he is happy left alone during the day for a few hrs in his cage with a few toys ao no need to worry about chewing ect he only chews his own toys and my sons cars lol. Hes perfect with young babies to older kids he knows his boundries. He is house btrained also using mats but does hold it in and whines to let u know, benji would suit any type of home but does require someone who has time for him and isnt out all day, this needs to be his forever home as he doesn deserve to be passed over again it. I must add in he has a little skin tag on his back right paw which has been checked over and will not cause any bother its absolutely fine. He doesnt come with papers as he wasnt for breading he was just a loving family pet xx
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