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Dear all,
This forum seemed really awesome so I decided to give it a try. My beloved Henry is a beagle mix that I think is pretty uncommon. He is a Beagle/German Shepherd mix (we think!) He looks basically like a foxhound but is colored just like a black and tan bicolor shepherd. Really cute. My computer is somewhat junky so pictures will take awhile. I've had him about 5 months now after adopting him at approx 1 year of age. He's a really wonderful dog who's had two owners before me; my home, however, is probably the best fit, lol. I'm a 20 year old college student who loves to jog, hike, kayak, and mountain bike. Henry does all these things with me and is a joy to train. I grew up with 2 English Cockers that I trained myself and did field work with. Henry basically acts like your typical cute beagle except for that fact that he does not vocalize at all, save for occasional whining. He can bark and yap and play growl, he just chooses not to lol! He tracks and digs and air scents, all without giving tongue. It's interesting. I guess that's about it. Sniffs from Henry!
 

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Thanks guys!
Yeah, I just couldn't resist him when I saw him. The shelter I got him from is pretty small and doesn't always have adult dogs. (Everyone always wants a puppy, but I've been there done that! LOL) Henry was sitting as still as a statue in his kennel, and he had this amazing calm expectant vibe just coming out of him. He came home with me 30 minutes later! He was given up by an elderly couple when he just got to be too big. He was a little undersocialized, but housebroken, crate trained, and super loving. Best $120 I ever spent!
 
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