In shelter Dog

Franklin, Williamson County, Tennesse...
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Sunday Rose is a dear little purebred 5 year old Beagle that is what we call a “Pocket Beagle” because of her small size.  This 18 pound precious girl has come from KY where there are thousands upon thousands of Beagles deserted and left to roam and let fate crush them with starvation and neglect.  We don’t know why, but these hunting dogs are discarded and left behind when people move or hunt or just don’t fence their yard to safely contain their hunting instincts.  Sunday Rose is so gentle and sweet and beautiful and deserves to bring her blessing of love and companionship to a special family or person.  She is wonderful with other dogs and we know she would be a friend to cats too.   She is a submissive soul and beautiful in spirit and appearance.   She is housebroken and loves to chew on a nice toy that is given to her.  We can only imagine that she has never had toys in her past.  She loves to snuggle up on your lap or beside you, making her a sensitive housemate and friend.   She’s good on a leash, rides well in a car, and she does like her home life  to be a little quieter rather than too loud.  She just wants someone that will pet her and take her for walks and love on her.  Does this sound like something you would love to give her!?  If so…. email us ASAP at ADOPTION FEE REQUIRED. Contact


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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