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Dillon * Popular Good with DogsNeeds Another DogShyWorking on HousetrainingCrate TrainedLikes to ride in the carNeeds a fenced yard
Gender: Male Age: 2 years Status: Available
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Debbie Roberts: Hope Dillon has a quick recovery! Velma Jean Schusler. Erika Cannaday: We lost our beloved Midwest BREW beagle, Lando, on Christmas this year. In his honor, we hope Dillon recovers and brings a family as much joy as our Landy brought us. Susan Wenner: Heal well & quickly Dillon so you can happily move on to your furever loving home. Julanne DeNomie: This is for Dillon the beagle that was hit by a car. Thank you for helping him. Erin Sheets. Elizabeth Cash. Linda Carpenter: In honor of Beth Arnold's beagle Copper. Wendy Libby: In memory of Schroeder, beloved beagle of BREW volunteer Connie Kubica. With love from the Twitterpack and BeaglebugClub.

Hi, my name is Dillon and I am  2 years old. A Good Samaritan found me laying in a ditch on the side of the road and took me to an animal hospital for care.  I had surgery and pins placed in my left toes and one in my right hip.

My foster mom and dad have been caring for me for 6 weeks while I recuperate.   I just got my cast off last week and am so excited to be able to walk again! I have to take it easy for another week, no rough housing or running. 

I get along famously with the 4 other beagles in the house.  We enjoy lounging on the couch and cuddling and licking each other’s ears. 

I have become very attached to my foster mom, I follow her around the house and take naps and watch TV with her on the couch. 

I love toys and like bones stuffed with cheese or peanut butter.  My foster dad has to pick up his socks and handkerchiefs because otherwise I will chew them. 

At night I sleep in a crate with a big comfy blanket next to my foster mom’s side of the bed.  I don’t make a peep at night.   During the day if I am in my crate while my family goes out I bark for several minutes and then calm down.  I don’t think I would be great in an apartment, cause when I do bark it is very very deep.

I am a timid and shy dog when I am approached, but am a love bug and a cuddler too.   I am getting over my fears of noises slowly.  My new family will need to be patient, gentle and understanding.

I am getting over a bladder infection which set me back a bit on house training.  My foster mom lets me out immediately when I get out of my crate in the morning and then every few hours or when I stand by the door.  I am proud to say I have never pooped in the house!

My foster mom insists on a harness when I leave the house, I get scared and wiggle a lot and would otherwise back out of a collar.  Noises I am not familiar with terrify me. 

My family has a fenced in back yard so I can sniff and do my business at my leisure.  I think a fenced yard would be a good idea for me.

If you are looking for a sweet and loving beagle and have lots of patience, please contact Midwest BREW.

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