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Ivy Popular

11 years - AARB
  • Adopted
  • Bad with Dogs
  • Bad with Cats
  • Working on Housetraining
  • Not good in apartments
  • Likes to ride in the car
  • Couch Potato
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Margaret Mulcahy: In honor of Kellie Mulcahy - Happy Howlloween! Julianna Kapp: Ivy is a gem. A bit too large for us to adopt but we send our love and thanks to the foster parents.
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Ivy is a super-sweet 11-year-old girl who weighs 44 pounds.  She’s pretty mellow but does have a spark of playfulness in her.  Ivy adores stuffed toys, and she carries a stuffy around with her almost everywhere she goes. One of her favorite pastimes is climbing right into the toy bin and searching for the perfect toy to play with. She also enjoys leisurely walks and playing fetch.

She loves snuggling on the couch with her people and having her back scratched - her sweet smile comes easily with a back scratch or back rub! Ivy seems to be drawn to men and eagerly waits for her foster dad to come home from work every day so she can spend some quality time with him.

When it’s bedtime, Ivy is content to curl up in her dog bed, but she prefers to sleep at the foot of her foster parents’ bed. Luckily, she isn’t a bed hog and sleeps soundly through the night. She does have to be coaxed out of bed at 5:30 am to go outside, so you won’t be able to rely on her to wake you up for work!

Ivy is looking for a home with no other pets as she doesn’t like to share the good things in life (food, toys, treats). She would do well in a family with older children who will respect her space and understand that she doesn’t like to share.

Ivy is a well-behaved girl when she has the run of house when her foster family isn’t home. She tolerates being in a crate when she’s eating, but she isn’t a fan of being crated for any length of time and will bark to show her displeasure. She’s still working on housetraining, but she’s almost there.

If you are looking for a laid-back, affectionate beagle girl, Ivy is the one!

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

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