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In shelter Dog

State College, PA, 16801
Pet name:
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Coat length:
Clover here. Somehow two years ago I found myself being a “stray”, not a good place for an 8 year old, small (25 pounds) girl. But I got lucky and a family wanted me, so of course I was hoping it would be my forever home. It was a great home but then a lot of things changed for my family and I was kind of stressed about it and had a small seizure. This happens sometimes to us beagles but my family felt it would be better for me if I went to a home without so many changes. I did have another seizure about a year ago and the vet thought putting me on inexpensive anti-seizure meds would help me and guess what? That worked! No more seizures since, so please don’t let that keep you from wanting me. I really want another forever family so much. I love to play with other dogs so if you have another dog that would be so much fun for me. Hopefully, you will have a fenced yard as well so I and any friends can run and play safely. I’m also good with kids but at this point in my life I would be happy in a home with slightly older folks who can spend time with me and give me all their love. Since I’m small I would be a great lap girl for you. I don’t mind being home alone and a bit of quiet time but please don’t forget about me. I would like  taking walks with you too so we could sniff all that good stuff out there. Besides, at 10 years old, I really need to keep my girl-y figure. Don’t let my age fool you though, I have plenty of love to give you. Won’t you take a chance me? I would definitely take a chance on you so hurry and put in an application on me – I just know my forever home and person is out there.


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