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About Bodhi

Bodhi is a tricolour female, born on 4th July 2016.  She is looking for a new home as her owners are finding it difficult to control her food obsession since her diagnosis with epilepsy.  Bodhi is vaccinated, neutered and microchipped.

Bodhi was diagnosed with epilepsy three months ago, and has been given medication to control this.  She is still adjusting to this medication.  If necessary, Beagle Welfare can help her new owners by contributing to future vet bills.  However, a well-known side effect of epilepsy medication is that it increases a beagle’s food drive, which has made life very difficult for Bodhi’s family, as they have children who Bodhi will try to steal food from.  Bodhi’s behaviour can also change prior to a seizure, and this caused one incident where she tried to get at a member of the public while she was out for a walk.  It is very important that her new home is with someone who is willing to learn the warning signs of an upcoming seizure, although now that she is on regular medication, any chance of seizures should be much better controlled.

Bodhi walks very nicely on her lead, and has learned how to walk to heel.  She can pull a little if she detects a scent which she would like to investigate.  She can be let off lead on walks.  Bodhi is happy to travel in the boot of the car.  Bodhi is happy to meet other dogs when she is out for a walk, and is fine the vast majority of them. 

At home, Bodhi is house trained but has not used a crate.  She is happy to be left on her own for a few hours if you need to go out without her.  She is not destructive and has never tried to escape from her secure garden.  If Bodhi steals an item, she will give it back when told to. 

Bodhi has never lived with cats, and given her recently increase in pinching food from any source, she would probably be best placed in a home without cats.  She has lived with children, but thinks nothing of stalking them to try and get food from them, so a home without young children would be safer.  Everyone in the home needs to be aware of Bodhi’s food thieving, and how to keep their dinner safe! She is a playful character, who loves to play with a ball, or investigate treat dispensing toys.  Her daytime routine consists of a lot of naps in the cosiest place she can find in the house.  At the end of the day, Bodhi likes to curl up with her people on the sofa for a belly tickle or a cuddle before going to her bed for a good sleep.

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