Nov 28, 2008

Meet Brooke, a Rescue Dog

Pictured on your left is Brooke, a 3-year-old female Beagle-terrier or Beagle-Dachshund mix. She is an affectionate dog who quickly bonds with people, and who gets along well with other dogs.

Shorter than a typical Beagle, this 20-pound girl possesses many of the traits of Beagles, including a love of the outdoors and an interest in the scents of the squirrels, oppossums, and other creatures that roam my neighborhood. Brooke is housebroken, and marches right to the back door when she needs to go outside.

We have not observed any negative behaviors in Brooke, with the possible exception of some separation anxiety (she whines when people leave the house). She loves to cuddle on the couch with people, and prefers sleeping in a bed with people than to sleep by herself. To learn more about adopting Brooke or any other Toledo-area rescue dogs, visit the Planned Pethood website for more details.


Mad Jack said...

That's a beagle with a chopped off tail. I know a beagle when I see one, and that's one, and no amount of prevarication or waffling is going to change what that dog is. Moreover, beagles is nice.

LuLu and LoLLy! said...

We are 2 Maltese dogs, and LoLLy is a rescu, and our Humans are very glad that LoLLy came to live with us. Brooke is super cute and some very lucky human will get adopted by Brooke. We are keeping our paws crossed that will happen soon. Thanks for all the good work of the good humans who are helping Brooke and the others at Planned Pethood get adopted. Love, Your PaLs, LuLu and LoLLy.