Monty and Nola are a pair of unrelated beagles, looking for a new home together as the arrival of a baby means their owner cannot give them the time they need. Monty is a tricolour male, born on 25th August 2020. He is neutered and microchipped. Nola is a lemon and white female, born on 30th November 2019. She is neutered and microchipped.
Monty is used to going for walks wearing a harness or with the lead clipped on to his collar. Nola has also tried both, although she tends to pull more, no matter which method is used. She is happiest on an extendable lead. They have been let off lead in secure fields only. They are happy to travel in the car. Neither of them have shown aggression to other people or dogs, although Nola can be defensive with some other dogs she meets when she’s out for a walk. She protects her toys and food, and does not like to share.
At home, they are house trained but have never used crates, and can be left alone for a few hours if you need to go out without them. They have never tried to escape from their secure garden. Monty and Nola can be destructive of padded bedding and soft toys, so these are best avoided unless you want your house covered in fluff! Their owner leaves them in a beagle-proof room when they are at home alone, to avoid the destruction. If Monty or Nola steal an item, they will give it back when told to.
Monty and Nola need to join a home without cats, as they like to chase them. They have not lived with young children, so would prefer a home without children, or with older children who will not make their environment too different to the one they grew up in. Monty loves to play with his people, or with Nola, and really likes cuddling up. Nola is a big fan of playing fetch, although she’s not too keen on giving the item which she’s fetched back to you. They would love a home where they’ll have plenty of garden space to run about in, and where they’ll have plenty of company during the day.