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Heidi the duty dog ...

Attached are photos of Amy, formerly known as Heidy. She came in a perfect time, both Oscar and Amy kept cheering up my mom while she was in recovering time after her appendix's surgery.

Amy is still a shy little dog, probably the previous owner never played with her, and just kept her in yard all the time. We learned that she don't know how to do her "duty" outside when we're walking her, and doing it all inside the house, he...he...But we're working on it...

One thing, dog is still a dog, no matter what, they have so much loves inside. We're just keep patience with her and keep giving her cares and loves, and so it works! Amy now knows where to find me for morning hugs, wags her tail often, and not to nervous anymore. Anyway, I'll keep in touch. And thank you again for Amy, it is a wonderful life to have 2 lovely dogs as our companion!

Julie PS. I made Oscar & Amy a special bed, so they have plenty of rooms to sleep together, and they loves it!

Just wanted to give you an update on little Justine...
I've changed her name to "Cleo" in which she responds to very well.She is finally eating her food twice a day now and drinking much more water. She loves her walks... Every afternoon when I go home for lunch we go on a 15minute walk and she just loves running (had to buy a much longer leash). In the evenings I light the fireplace and she just loves to lay in front of it and snooze away. I do swear that she thinks she a little baby by the way she sleeps in my bed (her body fully under the covers and her little head on my pillow). I never knew I could become so attached to a little "doggie." I just love this little baby of mine...
Jana [12.12.01]

Hello to everyone at Beagles and Buddies!
It has been a little over five months since we adopted Otis, and we fall more and more in love with him all the time. The day I adopted him, he was bone skinny at 7 pounds, scruffy as ever, and sick with a few ailments. Even with all his problems, he was happy and lovable! Today, completely healthy and plumped up, he fills our home with the same spirit and love I saw the first day I met him. Whenever Brian and I take him out, he always draws attention. People never cease to be attracted to his affectionate and outgoing personality. I always mention his adoption from Beagles and Buddies and what a tremendous facility it is!

I encourage people to consider rescue, because there are so many needy, worthwhile dogs out there. Otis is a testament to that!!! As we celebrate the holidays with the best present ever, Otis, we want to thank you again for all the hard work you do, as well as all the lives you save and improve! We wish you a very merry holiday season and a happy new year!
Erin Braus and Brian Guth [12.12.01]


How 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 any trouble!!

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