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Max

About Max

Max is a tricolour male, born on 23rd November 2016.  He is looking for a new home as his family aren’t able to give him the kind of life which they would like him to have.  Max is vaccinated, neutered and microchipped.

Max is happy go for a walk wearing his harness.  Max has not had recall training, so has not been let off lead apart from in securely fenced areas.  He is not a great fan of car traveling, and though he is never actually sick, he drools nervously once in the car.  Max is happy to meet most other dogs but could do with some lead reactivity training with certain dog out and about , and will bark excitedly at dogs he sees when he is out for a walk. Max will need to be an only dog in the house though due to jealousy issues with other dogs.

At home, Max is housetrained and crate trained.  He has never been left alone for more than a couple of hours.  Max is not destructive, and although he may steal things to get your attention, he can usually be distracted into dropping the stolen item but his new owner must have experience with resource guarding in beagles and how to deal with it correctly, Max would need a very secure back garden, as he does try to escape from his current family’s garden. 

Max doesn’t like cats, so his new home must be one without cats.  He has been fine with visiting children, but never lived with children, so any new children in his home must be older (16+ years) and dog experienced.  He is a big character, who loves to sit on everyone’s lap for a cuddle, and snuggle right up to your face.  However, this cheeky chap also knows how to open cupboards and doors, including the fridge door, so his new family will have to make sure their home is very beagle proof!

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