"This is Shooter, our blue-tick tricolor Beagle at 8 weeks old. He comes from good hunting stock. He will be going out with my husband. So far Shooter is adjusting nicely. He has figured out how to get out of his cage when my son does not lock it properly. He loves to play and follow anyone around the house. He does howl at night since he is a puppy."
"This is Joey my Beagle with Chacha my cat. Joey is 4 months old in this picture and from the moment he was 7 weeks and we brought him home, he went after Chacha to play. He is a very friendly dog, stubborn but friendly. He cried the first night he came home and that was it, slept in his crate from the beginning. Dogbreedinfo.com has been essential since the moment I decided to get a dog, from selecting a breed and especially on How to walk your Dog, an article I constantly recommend."
"Joey always wants to be with his pack. He loves frozen carrots and all I need to distract him is to throw an ice cube on the floor. Great with kids and visitors. All and all, Joey is a real blessing. Thanks to this site I knew what to expect so I was ready when things happened, instead of getting frustrated it helped me appreciate Joey's growing steps."
Baylee the Beagle at 8 months old
Beagles, Rex and Bayley taking a nap
Rexy the adult Beagle dog
Penny the Beagle dog at about 2 years old. I am still trying to figure out what she has in her mouth.
This is Grace, a "faded" tricolor Beagle. Faded refers to the incomplete black saddle pattern on her back that fades into the tan color. Grace is from show/pet bred lines.
Grace the Beagle dog