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Old 08-31-2010, 04:31 PM
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Beagle Puppies...

Well, today before my work shift, I went to our vet to say goodbye before the vet buried our two dogs(He has some type of burial service. I'm not for sure what its called).

While I was there, a lady came with a basket. The basket had tiny little "Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagle" puppies(Yes, it is a true breed. Just like the Miniature Golden Retriever).

The lady clearly saw how sad I was over losing our two dogs and offered puppies to our family. She said it was an "Accidental" breeding and that she was just coming to drop the pups off at the vet for the rest of their lives.

Upset and hurt, I grabbed the basket of puppies and ran. Well, not literally. The vet checked them over and they are in perfect health.

They are approximately 8 weeks old(They were sleeping in the basket). There are a couple of them I see that I like and would keep.

But now I'm worried. We don't have many no-kill shelters near us and with moving in a couple days, I'm not really sure if I should buy a kennel and take them with us and see about giving them new homes there.
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Um neither are recognized breeds as far as I am concerned and you seem to be in the puppy market quite suddenly, just my 0.02. I suggest you wait until you are in a stable home where you won't be moving then think about getting a dog
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Um neither are recognized breeds as far as I am concerned and you seem to be in the puppy market quite suddenly, just my 0.02. I suggest you wait until you are in a stable home where you won't be moving then think about getting a dog
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We weren't planning on taking on any dogs yet. But I did call a shelter up in WI and they plan on taking in the Beagle Puppies.
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I hope its not a far drive...that's rough on young pups
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Actually, they are in the middle of a train. Taking pups from states to state. So they're picking the pups up in Nebraska when we get there.
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oh..... well I hope they dont get too stressed out as they are still pretty young
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Why did you take them? Iam confused as all get out...


and no, they aren't a "real breed"

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she was just coming to drop the pups off at the vet for the rest of their lives.
the vet would rehome them....not sure where you got this?



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Why did you take them? Iam confused as all get out...


and no, they aren't a "real breed"

the vet would rehome them....not sure where you got this?
I took them because the vet can't. He made a commitment that if any animals turned up at his place, the first person that walked into his vet office, he would try and give the animals to them because he can't rehome him.

Its a stupid rule.
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I would try tonight and find a rescue or a friend/family member who can take them and find them good homes A long trip like that can be very difficult on a young puppy.

Its a nice gesture to take them to a shelter, I am just concerned that kind of travel could do more harm than good.
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why can't he rehome them? Isn't giving them away to you "rehoming" them?

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They are approximately 8 weeks old(They were sleeping in the basket). There are a couple of them I see that I like and would keep.
how many are there? I'd also suggest you don't keep littermates, that a whole can of worms, behaviorwise.



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