Charlie and Rosie are a pair of beagles looking for a new home together as their owners are moving to accommodation where they are not allowed. Rosie is a tricolour female who was born on 15th June 2010. Charlie is a neutered lemon and white male who was born on 10 April 2011. Both of them are microchipped.
Charlie and Rosie have spent their years living on a farm, sometimes in the house and sometimes outside in a kennel. They have raised their family, and are now looking for a calm and patient retirement home, where they will enjoy living indoors with people who will spoil them in their golden years. As Golden Oldies, they will be eligible for assistance from Beagle Welfare’s Golden Oldies scheme if necessary. More information on this can be found on our website.
Charlie and Rosie are lead and harness trained, which controls but does not stop pulling, especially if they see something exciting. They can be let off lead. Rosie and Charlie are fine when travelling in the car. They have never shown aggression to people or other dogs, and enjoyed many off-lead play dates with other dogs, although Rosie is not a fan of smaller breed dogs and will bark at them if on the lead.
At home, Rosie and Charlie are house and crate trained, but Charlie can have very occasional accidents. A home with a dog flap would be ideal, and allow him to get outside to do his toileting. Because Rosie and Charlie have always had each other for company, they have never spent time on their own. They would need a secure garden, as Rosie likes to try to escape. Charlie and Rosie are not destructive, and will give back any stolen items.
Rosie and Charlie have lived with a cat, and interacted nicely with him, so their new home could include a cat. They have never lived with children, and given their inexperience with children, we would recommend that any children in their new home are older children, as youngsters in the home would be a very big difference to what they have been used to. Rosie is a friendly and happy girl, who loves treats, playing with a ball, and having a treat to chew on. Charlie is placid and loving, especially if you have a pig ear chew to offer him. They love spending time together and exploring the world.