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goodwithkids - Good With Kids
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likescar - Good In Cars
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willpottyonleash - Will Potty On Leash
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goodinapartment - Good In Apartments
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likestodig - Likes To Dig
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Home Our Dogs Adopted Thelma *
Thelma * Popular Good with DogsGood with CatsWorking on HousetrainingLikes to ride in the carCouch Potato
Gender: Female Age: 7 years Status: Adopted
Sponsored By:
Debbie Roberts: Hope Thelma will get well soon! Susan Brown: Get well soon Thelma & Louise!!

Thelma is your typical sweet, easy going beagle. She is approximately 7 years old and 27 lbs. She loves to cuddle and lay on the couch with her foster mom. She’s medium-low energy. Thelma would be fine lazing on the couch all day or going on a mile long hike and would be equally happy either way. She does very well with other dogs of all ages and sizes. She will play wrestle and chase for short bursts but doesn’t instigate play with other dogs. Her foster home has an adult cat and Thelma has never bothered her. She has been really good with kids and has warmed up quickly to everyone she has met so far. She does well in the car but will try to ride in your lap if not restrained. She tolerates her crate but doesn’t enjoy it. She occasionally barks/whines when put in the crate. Her foster family doesn’t know if this continues after they leave. She is a pretty quiet girl other than when crated or out in the yard chasing bunnies. She is 95% housetrained with only a few occasional accidents. Her faults are going wild when food is near (jumping, rushing to any possible scraps), snoring, and occasionally eating poop if not picked up. The poop eating behavior has decreased since she’s been with us and we usually pick it up ASAP so it’s not been much of a problem. She was heartworm positive and will need preventative every 30 days consistently for the remainder of her life which is important her forever family understands. Overall, this girl is a gem and has settled into her foster home seamlessly.

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