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Old 02-13-2013, 09:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I want to introduce zac and me. Hes 3 and a half. He was in a no kill shelter having been beaton and abandoned in a car in georgia. Ive had him three months.. Hes a great dog.. His only problem is that he has eaton three remotes and a couple of other items. If i leave anything out when i go to work he takes it out his dog door and buries it..zac is a big beagle.. Really tall 35 pounds.. Is that normal?
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Jendrz,
I've had two remotes and a cell phone chewed up by a beagle. Since then I've learned if I value the object I better pick it up and put it away.


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Old 02-14-2013, 02:39 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Let's see. . .two remotes, two cell phones, a cordless phone, two wallets, a printer (yes, you read that right), two model horses (one of which was fairly valuable), three couch cushions, several shoes (not even counting I-don't-even-know-how-many flip-flops), part of the carpet, a $20 bill, books, a LOT of pens, pencils and crayons, four pairs of pants and lots of underwear and socks. Granted, I have four of the heinous beasts, but most of the destruction was done by Bella.

Also, Ruby's probably close to 35 lbs. If he has a "waist" when you're looking down at him,and you can't see his ribs but you can easily feel them, his weight's fine.
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Cassie chewed brand new kitchen cabinets ...boooohooo...grrrr. I discovered this morning she chewed the arm of our dining room chair. Also previously 2 dog beds, lots of towels, and all the patio chair cushions...
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Welcome to bf. Lots of nice people here
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Your best bet is to set your little friend up for a win rather than a failure. Keep your things out of his reach and provide him with LOTS of toys. Beagles come in a variety of sizes and it is very common for one to be over 15 inches and 25 lbs (my own beagle is 18 inches and 30 lbs.) You got him from a shelter, too, so he could very well have some coonhound/foxhound in him.
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Every day is an adventure to see what, if any, (because it's random) damage the outlaw Jesse James has done to our house. Some days he does nothing, others, he goes to town and chews up lots of things. Yesterday, he ate a Valentine lollipop given to me by one of my students (left on the dining room table btw.) Sigh. I hope he's ok.

We are also still dealing with housebreaking. I've given up posting about it because it is so endless.

We haven't lost a remote yet, but we have lost lots of pens, wooden spoons, bags of dog treats, etc.

Hide your valuables...putting them UP is not enough!
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