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Home Our Dogs Adopted Ivy Rose *
Ivy Rose * Popular Good with DogsGood with CatsWorking on HousetrainingCrate TrainedLikes to ride in the carCouch Potato
Gender: Female Age: 8 years - AARB Status: Adopted
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Susan Latino: Hope that this can help you by getting the medical treatment you need and you will soon be finding your furever home. Lynn Hinote: I hope you get to feeling better. I love Senior beagles. Ben Dooley: We hope this helps with the healing. From one Ivy to another. Diane Kwasniewski: I memory of my beautiful husband John who passed away last month. We adopted Daisy at BREW and she was his baby. Hope someone else can find that same joy. Kristen Malecki: Feel better soon sweet beagle! Debbie Roberts: Hope you feel better soon Ivy Rose! Rosalee Trimble.

Hi everyone. My name is Ivy Rose and I am looking for my forever home. When I came into Midwest BREW they were told I was 8 years young. Don’t let my age scare you off. I still have a lot of love to give.

I have been treated for heartworm but I feel better now. I still have a slight cough but the vet has cleared me for walks!! Woohoo! I’m good on a leash but since it’s winter and we have that white stuff (snow) on the ground I really haven’t been able to go on walking adventures much.

I am told I need to lose some weight and my foster mom has been diligently working on that. I love treats so baby carrot pieces are now my treat of choice. I need to get my girly figure back.

I had been with my foster mom and dad for two months before they heard me bark. Oh, that rabbit scent was worth barking about. So, as you can see, I’m a pretty quiet girl.

M front legs are slightly bowed and I’m pigeon-toed but that only makes me even more adorable! When I first came to my foster home, I couldn’t climb the 3 outside steps. With help I have slowly mastered these steps, but an entire staircase is probably too much. I have also learned to “sit” for treats. Remember, baby carrot pieces.

I sleep in my crate all night in my foster parents’ room. But I don’t need to be crated for short periods when they are gone. I’m working on my housetraining skills and getting better every day.

I love to take car rides. They put me to sleep.

I can’t jump up on the furniture but if you put me up beside you, I love the attention and the scratching. Don’t forget the scratching! Since I have begun to feel better I will occasionally play with dog toys and chew bones. They are new to me.

I love my foster sibling and love to nap with him on our big pillow. I like the other dogs I have met. Well, the young hyper ones annoy me a little.

I would prefer a quieter home. I like everyone I have met, especially my foster dad. I’m a very sweet girl and I am sure I will make a perfect companion once I adjust to my forever home.

Contact your Midwest BREW adoption counselor if you want more information about me!

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