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    How to find the perfect Beagle puppy?

    Articlegeneral dog adviceSunday 24 November 2013

    A Beagle is a small hound with sleek and short coat that can come in various colours such as tri colour, black and tan, red and white, orange and white, lemon and white. 

    Beagles are known for their pleading expression and distinctive howl! 

    Once you have made the decision to adopt a beagle pup, these adorable dogs will steal your heart for sure. While finding a proper beagle puppy might seem simple (it is a quite popular pet breed available in pet stores), you should take your time to choose the best option. We hope that by reading this article you can find the perfect Beagle!

    You can definitely speak to the veterinarian or other Beagle owners to learn where you can get a Beagle. They might be able to contact you with the reputable dog breeder. You can also check whether there are any Beagle puppies and dogs waiting for an adoption in charities and animal welfare organizations. This is a great way to help homeless pet to find new home and also it is certainly a very economical option as you normally do not spend a fortune at adoption centres! Very often you might adopt a Beagle for less than 200£ including both vaccinations and spaying or neutering. However, you should bear in mind that abandoned pets have been mistreated and definitely will need more attention from your side.

    Try to browse online websites (click here for Beagle ads) but remember to avoid online scams and make sure you buy a puppy from a good place (read our code of ethics). 

    If you are considering a purchase from a breeder or seller, be sure to ask questions about the dogs' parents, including any health tests performed. The dog breeder should be ready and eager to answer your questions, show you his/her facilities and give you all information you ask.



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