FOUND DOG: Beagle mix – OWNERS FOUND – January 7, 2017 5:22 pm

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7 Replies to "FOUND DOG: Beagle mix - OWNERS FOUND"

  • waikikigirl January 7, 2017 (6:10 pm)

    OH poor little boy stuck in the thorns, his breed is known to chase after small critters and that’s probably what he was doing when he got stuck! Good people to get him out and take care of him though especially in this cold weather. :>)

  • eri January 7, 2017 (6:12 pm)

    That’s my dog. please call me. i just sent an email. my husband has been at the park looking for him for over an hour. 

    thank you. 

    • WSB January 7, 2017 (6:15 pm)

      Hi, Eri. Here’s Parth’s # – it wasn’t in the original listing but I requested it in a followup.
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      I will e-mail it to you as well.

      • eri January 7, 2017 (6:20 pm)

        thank you for everyone’s help.  they took him the pound. can’t get there soon enough. 

        • PP January 7, 2017 (7:23 pm)

          I hope you can get him home tonight!  I had three beloved beagles for over 16 years, many stories of harrowing search efforts because they took off after bunnies and anything else that smelled interesting.  More than once, blackberry bushes & thorns pulled off collars/tags/jackets etc. until I came up with other methods.  I was always astounded how much pain they’d tolerate to chase a rabbit.  Hope you have your beagle home in his warm bed soon!  

  • waikikigirl January 7, 2017 (6:34 pm)

    @Eri…happy, happy you are getting your pup back so quickly. I grew up with a beagle when I was a kid they are the best dogs! 

    • erin January 7, 2017 (7:47 pm)

      Not so quick… We couldn’t get him from the pound tonight. There was a nice volunteer who was willing to help but not the officer on site. I guess I’m thankful he’s sleeping indoors and is safe but I’m pretty upset. Our beagles (mixes) are the sweetest, most entertaining dogs but their scent noses can cause a lot of anxiety! 

      We take their collars off at the park because they get snagged on the thorns and branches. They love the chase but people not familiar with hounds always worry they’re stuck or injured. 

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