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Layne / Lottie

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Size: Medium
Age: Senior
Gender: Male
Breeds: Beagle
Unknown with Cats

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Lottie & Layne - two gorgeous and really wonderful beagles - we’d like to keep them together and think it won’t be difficult as they are the easiest dogs.

They came to us from West Virginia where they were turned into the shelter as “strays running in the woods” - the shelter staff feel however that the people who turned them in were their owners but they didn’t want to admit it.

They weren’t well taken care of but are getting everything they need - they even had their teeth cleaned as they really need it.  They are luckily heartworm negative but are on medication for Ehrlichia which is a tick born disease - they came in with tons of the little buggers all over them.
Please consider these sweet dogs for your home - a fenced yard would be ideal for them as they love to be outside with noses to the ground. 

We cannot guarantee they are housetrained as they just recently left the shelter to go to their foster home so we will learn more about this and report back.

**Update from Foster Mom
These two are the absolute sweetest. Lottie is the more outgoing of the two. She is always looking to snuggle next to someone. Layne is content as long as he is in the same room as Lottie. He’s a little more shy but warms up quickly. For as sleepy as they are inside, they perk up when they go outside. They love sniffing around. Lottie is completely housebroken and Layne is almost there.

Name: Layne (Male) and Lottie (Female)
Breed: Beagle
Age: The dogs are between 6-9 years of age with Lottie appearing to be the younger of the two.
Weight: 25.0
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
Vaccinations: Up to date
Heartworm:  Negative (Ehrlichia positive and on doxycycline for 30 days)
Microchipped: Yes

Good with Children: Yes
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: Unknown and not suggested

Adoption Donation: 450.00 for BOTH DOGS - adopted as a pair.

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