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Lovely Leah is a sweet natured, curious girl with a sensitive side. She can be nervous when meeting new people but warms up quickly and enjoys receiving affection from those she knows. Typical of her breed, she loves to follow her nose and enjoys walks where she can take her time sniffing the environment as well as meeting dog pals along the way. Although she is up for adventures, she can become worried by loud noises and busy areas so will need an owner who will be able to read her body language and provide her with support and guidance when needed. Leah is an intelligent, young girl and will thrive in a home with active, understanding and patient owners who will continue with her training and socialisation and provide her with the physical/mental stimulation she needs.

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  • Breed
  • Beagle
  • Age
  • 1 years 1 months old
  • Weight
  • 11.7
  • Sex
  • female
  • Reason for arrival
  • Stray
  • Can be left alone?
  • Building up to a few hours
  • Can live with dogs?
  • Yes (please read 'other notes' section below)
  • Can live with cats?
  • No
  • Can live with children?
  • Yes (13+)
  • Garden required?
  • Yes (private garden)
  • Toilet trained?
  • Yes (but will need time to settle)
  • Travels well?
  • Unknown
  • Knows basic commands?
  • Yes (but needs further training)
  • Friendly with strangers?
  • Nervous (but doesn't take long to make friends)
  • Can live in a flat?
  • Yes with direct access to a private garden
  • Social with dogs on walks?
  • Yes (but needs further training and socialisation)
  • Needs to attend training classes?
  • Yes
  • Owner experience?
  • Owned dogs before
  • Daily exercise required?
  • 1hr off-lead walk
  • Medical conditions?
  • Yes (see notes)

Other Notes

Leah's new family will have owned dogs before and ideally be experienced with and/or be knowledgeable about her breed type. Leah can live with dog savvy teenagers of 13+ as long as they are consistent with her training and give her space when needed. She could live with another dog, who will be a good influence on her, subject to a successful meet at Mayhew. Some occasional lameness has been noted on Leah's left hind leg but X rays have not shown anything of concern at this time. We suspect it may be a short-term soft tissue injury that will resolve naturally but her adopters will need to monitor her progress. Leah has been neutered, microchipped and vaccinated and is up to date with flea and worm treatment. She has also been health checked and behaviourally assessed.

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