Molly, Nicole & more ...
did not need to be spayed, she already was! We found out the "true story"
about her... Her owner was a elderly gentleman, who was a widower, the dog was
his only companion, and when he made food for himself gave Lucy the same....
The gentleman was put into a nursing home, and had no relatives to take Lucy.
Our Vet has put her for the time being on a diet of boiled chicken, cottage
cheese and dog food to get her used to dog food. This is a picture with my grand
daughter. Thank you, Thank you, you have been sooooo helpful, even though we
did not get Lucy from you, I promise one day to get one from you, and will keep
your organization in my holiday gift giving non profit...... [11.08.01] [Lucy's
owners wrote to us for advice. We are always able to help answer questions if
Beagles and Buddies:
We are so happy that we got nicole from your beagles and buddies! She
is truly an angel...LOL, we have never had any problems with nicole. Only
once in a while does she chew on anything, and when she does its a coupon
or two. But nothing else, no furniture, clothes, etc. She is a perfect
angel and we are so lucky to have her. And where does she sleep? Right
above her daddys head.
you for letting us show or little girl off!
Jerry & Kari Hollenbeck
& Buddies People:
As promised, here is a photo of Molly and the rest of us, including our
first adoption from you, Bailey!
Molly is sooo cute and sooo sweet. She is definitely a puppy though. We
have to watch her and keep her busy chewing or she gets crazy. She loves
to get Bailey excited and wrassling with her! She has grabbed things like
shoes and our 3 year olds toys, but hasn't really chewed them. Bailey
is jealous though, and he grabs whatever she had first and then HE chews
them! He never used to chew our stuff before, so we have to watch them
both closely. Oh well, we love them and are really happy to have gotten
lucky twice with such great dogs from Beagles & Buddies.
Happy Thanksgiving, Katie, Chuck, Matthew, Bailey & Molly [11.18.01]
a sweetheart! Follows me everywhere and does he love his walks. He had a bad
tummy the other day (He got into the cat's food) so I left him in the back yard
while I went to shop. When John got home before me he said that Denny was sitting
on the front porch "talking" to Buddy through the screen door. He
had dug a big hole under the chain link fence but really didn't want to go anywhere
but back inside. I'm now keeping better control over the cat food! Buddy is
so much happier now that he has a pal. I just love my boys. Viv [11.20.01]
do new dogs and babies get along?
The baby and the dog should never be left alone together.
However, Bassets are the least likely to be dangerous. There are other breeds
such as the Labrador, the Golden Retriever, and the Collie that are unlikely
to snap at children.
Adopting an older dog that has had experience with children is much better
than adopting a puppy or a young dog without experience.
With puppies, teething is part of growing up - and sometimes they don't
know the strength of their own jaws. Rather than riskng it, go with an older
dog. That way, both parties can have fun & respect without getting into