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Bogle Dog For Adoption in NASHVILLE, TN, USA

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Breed: Bogle
Gender: Male Male


Age: Adult
Availability Date: 09/27/2017
Location: NASHVILLE, TN, 37212
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Bogle Dog For Adoption in NASHVILLE, TN, USA

Broux is a sweet ole thing! He is a healthy 7 year old mix breed – a nice combination of Beagle and Boxer. He has been fixed and is up to date on his shots. Broux is a no-fuss kind of dog. He is happy doing whatever you are doing. He is very devoted, and loves to cuddle up on the couch or in bed with his favorite human. Broux doesn’t mind going for a walk, but he is not a high energy dog by any measure. Broux does get excited to see his favorite person – and when you get his leash. He loves to chase Squirrels, but has yet to catch one. When he’s on a walk, he knows how to heal and sit, but if he sees another dog, he wants to play and sometimes forgets his manners. His favorite thing in the world is to cuddle under the covers. Broux’s owners have recently had a baby. As much as it breaks their hearts, they need to find Broux a new home. Broux is a real foodie, and when it is dinner time he gets very focused on getting every morsel into his mouth as quickly as possible. Sometimes he forgets himself, and growls if someone (pet or person) gets near his beloved food before he is finished. They call it “food agression”, but really, as long as he is left alone to eat his dinner, it’s no big deal. Because of this issue, Broux needs to be in a home without small children, particularly toddlers. He would be ideally suited for an adults only home with people who can give him unconditional love, plenty of snuggles, and who would enjoy basking in the rays of his constant devotion. He is good with other dogs – he just has to be fed separately from them. Broux is a really great dog. He needs and deserves a very loving home. Please adopt him today.

Overview: The Bogle is a mix between a Beagle and a Boxer. The pups can have either the dominance of the Boxer or the gentler temper of the Beagle.
Breed Group: Unspecified
Weight (lbs): 25-60
Height (in): 14-23
Colors: red and white, orange and white, tricolor, fawn, red, brindle
Coat: The coat is short and coarse.
Character: Bogles are active, curious and playful.
Temperament: Bogles get along with children and dogs. They should be socialized around people and other pets at a young age.
Care: The coat needs little care, other than an occasional brushing and bath.
Training: The Bogle can be stubborn. Consistent training is needed. The owner should show dominance if the pup has the dominant nature of the Boxer.
Activity: This breed needs exercise in a fenced yard.
Country of Origin: Afghanistan
Life Expectancy: 12-15

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