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We have had our two Beagles, aged 7 and nearly 5 for nearly two months now.

Kim is the youngest and a typical Beagle I think. She loves to chase balls and sticks, she loves a quick cuddle, if there is a dirty puddle, she will walk through it rather than round it. She is very sociable with other dogs and adores chasing around with a new friend.

Noa the oldest Beagle just growls at other dogs and has started showing her teeth. She is not intersted in playing or investigating other dogs at all. She won't play with a ball or chase anything we throw for her but she watches Kim. She loves cuddles and will sit happily all evening next to us on the sofa getting tickled or stroked. I think it is a pity that she doesn't seem to enjoy life as much as Kim and wish she would be more sociable with other dogs. Anyone have any advice please?
 

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We met the ex owners and they seemed fond of the dogs but the dogs were always kept outside in a shed. They were taken out for walks but I think only locally and on a lead. I suppose she didn't get to play much but they both lived in this house and the younger one is so more outgoing. Strange how two can be so different. We want to ask friends to call by with their dogs when the weather is better and they can go outside to play.

Another question, Kim just loves eating the bark of the branches in the woods we go to everyday. I tried to discourage her but she ignores me of course and just picks up her branch and moves off somewhere else with it. Can it hurt her stomach at all? I would have thought so.
 
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