"This is Miss Moo at 4 years old. She is a tricolor Beagle. When my husband is away for a six-month deployment, she never fails to be a loving friend and helps me through the lonely patches. She can sit, stay, lie down, speak, shake paw and play “find it,” where I hide a treat and she sniffs around until she finds it. I taught her how to roll over at 4 years, disproving the old saying that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. All you need is a yummy treat!"
Benny the sleepy Beagle
"This is Shelby. She thinks that she is a human, sitting in her chair watching TV."
Rocky, a blue and tan Beagle
"Jessie is black and white, a very unusual coloring for a Beagle. Colors that aren't in the standard, like black and white, tend to show up in hunting lines more often than show/pet lines."
"Buddy is a blue-tick Beagle. Blue-tick Beagles are fairly common in hunting lines in the southeastern U.S."
Dude is a blue-tick Beagle.
Johnnie is a blue-tick Beagle.
Johnnie and Buddy, two blue-tick Beagles
Jenny and Butch, trying to decide whose ears are longer :-)
Understanding Dog Behavior