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Hello all,

Proud dog father of a Lab Terrier mix and two Beagles. Our first Beagle Grover is a hoot. He started off as a foster but we were crappy foster parents, and decided to keep him as we had a Rat Terrier who was at the time terminally ill. Grover is a hot mess... But he always cracks me up. The comic relief alone was a god sent while we were greiving the loss of our RT.

Grover has chewed up at least $600 of my wife's shoes, my wedding album, and countless other thing, but I wouldn't trade him or his antics for anything.

We recently adopted a new Beagle named Cooper from the shelter. He's a snuggler. We had some issues with him marking in the house the first day but knock on wood he's been good for several days w/o an accident.

-Adam
 

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Congrats on your 2nd beagle and thank you for adopting from a shelter :) I agree, their silly antics and cuteness make up for when they get into trouble.
 

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el chupacabra ,

Welcome to the forum. I will 2nd the Congrats for adopting a Beag in need of a good home.

I would treat the marking spots with Natures Miracle. Link: http://www.walmart.com/ip/Nature-s-Miracle-Dog-Stain-and-Odor-Remover-24-oz./21072600

You may want to use a crate for times when you can't watch Cooper and at night until he proves he won't mark in house.

Best , oldhounddog



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Congratulations! Send us pictures if you can (of both of the, of course).

Yes, beagles can be a hadful sometimes, but I guess they are adopted by people with a great sense of humor and that saves the day.
 
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