Beagle, Mixed
Tricolor (Tan, Brown & Black & White)
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June 7 UPDATE: Deano loves to go on long walks and hikes. He enjoys snacking on bully sticks. He enjoys lounging on the back deck staring at the trees because he loves to bark at squirrels. He is house trained and does all his necessities outside. He sleeps in his crate peacefully every night.  May 5 UPDATE: Deano has been in foster in Bergen County, NJ for two weeks. His family enjoys him very much. They say Deano is very easy going and that he is cute the way he plays with his little squeaky toys and pacifier. He likes bully sticks too. He loves just being in the same room with his foster family. He is good on a leash. Deano loves to please. To adopt this sweetheart, please visit our website at and fill out an adoption application. Thank you. ============================================================= Meet Deano, an adorable six-year-old, 36 pound Beagle mix with a heart-shaped spot on his side! He is neutered, microchipped, and up to date on all his shots. He is good with other dogs and will soon be tested with cats. To adopt Deano, please visit our website at and fill out an application.  If you have specific adoption or foster questions, please email: THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN RESCUING A DOG! U.S. shelter and adoption estimates 2012 3,500—Number of animal shelters •  6-8 million—Number of cats and dogs entering shelters each year 25 percent—Percentage of purebred dogs in shelters •  3-4 million—Number cats and dogs adopted from shelters each year 2.7 million—Number of adoptable cats and dogs euthanized in shelters each year 25% of dogs in shelters are pure bred - that's 1 in 4!


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