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Doogie * Popular Good with DogsPotties on a leashHousetrainedCrate TrainedNot good in apartmentsLikes to ride in the car
Gender: Male Age: 7 years Status: Available
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Rosalee Trimble: I hope this will help Doogie make a recovery. I will continue to monitor and give. Such a sweetheart! Anonymous donor: For Doogie, fostered by Terri Wallick. Cookie Roof: Please have donation go towards his expenses at the vet. Beth Elias: Hope you can have your surgery soon and start the healing process. Foster mom and dad will love and look after you. Prayers for speedy healing. Sue Chruszch: Doogie's story is heartbreaking, wishing the best for his recovery! Rosalee Trimble: Get well little guy! You are loved! Rosalee Trimble: Continue to get well my dear Doogie! We love you very much! Beth Elias: Hope you are feeling better each day. Get well soon little Doogie.

Hi Doogie here. I came into the Midwest BREW program after I was hit by a vehicle and left on the side of the road. A kind stranger took me to the vet and good thing she did! I had 4 fractures in my front leg and it was amputated. But don’t feel bad for me. I can give any four-legged dog a run for their money! I was never claimed by anyone so Midwest BREW found me a foster home to recover from my surgery. I am now all better and ready to find my forever home.

My foster mom said I should tell you about my likes and dislikes and why I would make a wonderful addition to your family, so here it goes:

I am good with other dogs until I want some space then I let them know. My foster mom got me some dog toys. She says they’re fun so I’m still trying to figure out what to do with them!

I am housetrained with a dog door. I may need a little assistance in my new home but I should be able to pick up the new routine easily. I am also crate trained but I am a very good boy and I earned run of the house. I mostly sleep with my foster dog brother or find a dog bed for a snooze. I ride well in a car. I may whine a bit when the car starts moving and then I settle quickly. I walk well on a leash, nose to the ground in true beagle fasion. I do get tired a bit sooner than other dogs but I’m getting stronger every day.

I would love a family where they’re home at least part of the time. I love to snuggle and get attention and I’d be happiest if I had the company of my humans. I may do okay with older kids that know my boundaries and understand when I want to take a break.

Although I am generally a pretty quiet boy, I do have a deep hound howl when I’m outside. With that said, a condo or apartment may not be the best for me unless your neighbors know how to appreciate the musicality of the beagle voice.

And last but not least, since I am a “tri-pawd”, it is very important to keep my weight down so as to avoid additional stress on my joints and back. Right now I may need to lose a pound or two and my foster mom is working on that. Additionally, the vet has recommended that I take joint supplements for the rest of my life.  

If you are interested in a good companion that will make your life whole, please consider me. Thanks Doogie.

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