Hi, my name is Duke and I am 10 years old. I am a small thin boy, and weigh 24 pounds. Last year I was rescued from a hoarding situation. I have adjusted easily to my foster home which includes 4 resident beagles, my foster mom and dad. We all get along great and like playing together in the backyard.
At night I sleep in my crate and I don’t make a peep. Lately I actually go into the bedroom when I’m ready for bed and get in my crate. Sometimes my foster mom lets me sleep on the bed but it gets pretty crowded with 4 other beagles and 2 humans!
I am a typical chow hound and love my food. Did I mention I love Nylabones? Yes I do, I chew on Nylabones, and also I enjoy ice cubes and rope toys.
I am housebroken, I go through a doggie door to do my business in the fenced back yard, and love to play in the yard too.
My foster mom describes me as adorable, affectionate, and an easy going boy.
I will be as active as you want….I can lie on the couch with you, in my dog bed or I am always up for a walk! And if I hear the ice maker drop ice cubes I will run to the kitchen for my ice cube treat.
I do not bark at rabbits or squirrels in the back yard or people or dogs walking by. I have a low bark and I use it when my family leaves the house until I settle down- 5 minutes or so. I don’t have separation anxiety and do great with being left uncrated in the house.
I am considered a special needs dog. I was having intestinal issues so thankfully Midwest BREW sent me to Purdue Small Animal Hospital. After having surgery I was diagnosed with irritable bowel disease. My mom gives me special dog food, a probiotic and currently steroids to keep my colon happy.
If you are looking for a sweet beagle and think I might fit in with your family, please contact Midwest BREW.
NOTE: Dog may be located in any of our six volunteer states (WI, IL, IN, OH, PA, MI).
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