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So when I got my wife something she said she always wanted, a Beagle puppy she would name Snoopy, I had no idea it was going to be a 24/7 job. In five short weeks I have discovered that having this little guy was going to involve certain initial sacrifices besides time: these being the carpet, the furniture and my forearms while we get through the teething phase- not necessarily in that order. But I have to tell you- the daily joy and Snoopy “kisses” have made all of it so worth it. He has become a member of our family and it is really difficult to imagine that he hasn’t always been so. I have been completely won over!
 

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We got Nebbers at 6 weeks (long story, too soon) and oh how I miss those little puppy teeth! Beagle puppies are the absolute cutest (so are beagle adults of course). We got Xerxes at 2 years old ish and I wish I'd known him as a puppy...he's absolutely hilarious! Can't wait to hear more about Snoopy as he grows and pics please!
 
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