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In shelter Dog

West Decatur, PA, 16878
Pet name:
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Hi! My name is Renegade & Im a super sweet little male tricolor beagle. I only weigh 20 lbs.! Im 11-years old & Ive lived in a kennel all my life. But now Im with Nittany Beagle Rescue & Im anxious to live in a home with my people, & to be part of the family! Im a friendly, sociable boy! I love to be touched & petted! I just want to be close to people!  I have a nice loud beagle bay!   I do great in a crate when riding in a car. My family will need to work with me on housetraining, but Nittany Beagle Rescue can provide guidance on that. Im one of the 6 senior siblings who are available for adoption. While Im a gentle boy, I will be placed in a home with no children or children 13 or older due to my age. Ive had a thorough checkup & Im in a great shape! Except I have a skin infection from the situation I was in. So Ill get a medicated bath 2x/week for awhile & I love it! You can see the photo of me getting toweled off after my bath.    Im staying in a kennel & I really need a home - either a forever adoptive home or a temporary foster home. Are you it? Please think about bringing me home & making me part of your family! Ill be neutered before Im adopted.


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