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Two Meagles

Hi... me again... Pounce and Fizzies Mom. They are two yrs old now. they actually maxed out in size at 20 and 22 lbs. One of them has become accustomed to other dogs and going to dog parks... the other, not so much. He gets on well with my sister's and parents' dogs, but no strange dogs unless they are much smaller than him... like yorkies or chihuaua he is fine with... but his size or lager he goes ballistic! I have researched beagles and min pins and apparently beagles love other dogs and min pins do not generally like other I guess we got one of each. They love all people though stranger or friend... love kids too and are very gentle. They are very sweet. Very smart and have learned several tricks and are obedience training was a snap! Very food motivated! We love our meagles!
Posted: 2/5/2011 5:04:03 PM by Anonymous

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Two Meagles

I have two meagles that are litter mates (Pounce and Fizz). They look like small,(but tall),thin, black and tan beagles. They have long floppy ears and they sweetest faces. They are super sweet and love nothing better than cuddling on your lap or in bed with you. They are quick learners but love to chew, so we go through lots of dog toys and rawhides. They also like to dig and we had trouble keeping one of them in the fence for awhile. They are 8 months old now and as big as they'll get. They are about 15 and 17 lbs. They're quite tall for small dogs and can jump extremely high. They definitely need a home where someone is there most of the time. I work part time and they hate being left alone even for that. I think as they mature that will get better. Anyway, I love them to pieces and they really are turning into nice family house dogs! I would recommend a meagle to someone who wants a small dog that has lots of energy for playing but who also loves snuggly naps on the couch. I also have a two year old that they get on well with. Socialize early and frequently with other dogs, they bark incessantly when they see strange dogs and we are working on getting them used to going to dog parks. All in all, they are a challlenge for a busy family, but worth it.
Posted: 10/16/2009 4:44:16 PM by Anonymous

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