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  1. #11
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    I think everyone has covered it. One thing I know for sure, beagles are pure love, and as long as you have them for your new baby, you'll be fine.



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  2. #12
    How about a crate and a dog carrier?

  3. #13
    and a Leash too... Gotta get your puppy used to being on leash anytime.

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  5. #14
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    Yes, a leash and a collar. And don't forget an ID tag. Sad to find a puppy with no ID.

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    i use Natures Miracle. can get at petsmart .

  7. #16
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    I think I have heard of Natures Miracle. Does this contain the natural vegetable enzymes? I think it is similar to BiOKleen.

  8. #17
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    congrats on the new beagle!!!

  9. #18
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    I would say to order new carpets.locks for you cupboards,and higher kitchen worktops ha ha

  10. #19
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    I think the new carpets should come after the puppy stage. hehe
    Cabinet locks......good idea there!

  11. #20
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    A spray bottle filled with water. Our little beagle is so stubborn, but when she's being naughty (barking excessively or chewing on something she's not supposed to be chewing on), a quick squirt of water stops her in her tracks. Actually, we don't even have to spray her anymore. She just sees the bottle come out and stops.

    Also, I highly recommend pet insurance. It's been a great thing to have for both of our dogs. My beagle recently had a stomach virus where she was very dehydrated and had to get all kinds of meds and fluids. It cost me $600 but with pet insurance, I got $450 of that back. I use VPI, by the way.

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