Wild child Freddie found himself with us due to his previous owners no longer being able to give him the attention and time he needs. He has taken kennel life in his stride, settled himself in nicely, and is now starting to make himself known.
Freddie is a fun, quirky young man who has bundles of energy that needs directing onto the right path. He doesn’t seem to have much basic training, so new owners must be up for prepared to put the time in with lots of training, this will include things such as ongoing house training, loose lead walking and recall.
As he is young and has a lot of energy to burn off, he is looking for a home with an active family that can keep up with him. Being a Beagle Freddie loves to explore and use his nose. Scent work would be a good activity to explore with him and give him breed fulfilment, which will keep him mentally enriched. During downtime Freddie enjoys a cuddle, so he would love snuggling on the sofa after a busy and active day.
Freddie could potentially live with another well-socialised dog providing successful dog mixes. Potential adoptees should take into consideration that he is young and can be a little pushy/forward at times with another dog.
Freddie was left up to 6 hours in his previous home, however on some occasions he did become destructive, which included a sofa. Ideally, Freddie is going to need a family who can build up his alone time gradually and we would recommend crate training to give him a safe space whilst home alone.
He can live with children aged 10 years and over, providing they are comfortable around a lively, medium-sized dog who is likely to jump up at them. Parents must also make sure the kids are respectful of Freddie's boundaries, such as making sure he is left alone when he is resting or eating.
Overall, Freddie is a fabulous dog to have around here at SDR, but he is ready to find his forever home where he can enjoy plenty of adventure and attention. New owners must be able to put in the work but in return, he will no doubt bring a lot of joy and love into your home.
Freddie will require two visits from everyone in the household ahead of the adoption.
The adoption fee for Freddie is £200.
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