Home Adopted Luigi *
Luigi * Popular Good with DogsGood with ChildrenHousetrained
Gender: Male Age: 9 - 12 months Status: Adopted

It’s hard to decide whether or not to get a puppy. On one hand, there’s all that playfulness and good times. Oh, but then, all the inappropriate chewing, housebreaking from square one, night time potty breaks, etc. What should we do?

Well, you should adopt Luigi! A handsome 25-pound bundle of joy! We’ve had a couple of different (professional) opinions on Luigi’s age. Somewhere between nine months and a year seems fair, but let’s get back to the best of both worlds.

Luigi/puppy loves to play, enjoys everyone and anything as well as his toys and bones. Mostly loves taking said toys and bones out of the bin to spread around the room. Sometimes he gets so excited he runs rabbit style, which is to say more of a jumping run! Still mouths a little bit, yet easily distracted from the habit.

Luigi/young adult is just as charming. He is both affectionate and independent. He’ll pick up a sock or a shoe, and although it would be wise to remove these items, he’s not quick to, or much interested in destroying things. Luigi loves the outdoors. He can roam around for long periods, sniffing, exploring, or soaking up the sun. Such a mellow young man. Loves to sleep on his back, has adventurous dreams, stretches, moans, and rolls over again!

If none of that is convincing…just look at how handsome he is!

NOTE: Dog may be located in any of our six volunteer states (WI, IL, IN, OH, PA, MI).


Please read our Standards for Adoption and the information about beagles and puppies before you submit an adoption application. Remember that owning a puppy is a full time commitment and you must have the time to commit to a dog that will be with you for 12-17 years. Beagle puppies are cute - but they are very challenging. Puppies may eat your apartment (no refund of security deposit); people who are gone for more than 5 hours at a time will need to make dog walker, neighbor or doggie daycare arrangements; and for families with very small children, puppies will chew toys, shoes, blankets and hands, feet and other important parts of your child's anatomy