Beagle Harrier Dog For Adoption in ANTRIM, NH, USA
1 Adult male beagle (unfixed). The male will be two in November. All of his shots are up to date. He likes to play fetch and play. The male is the one on the right in the photo. He is very affectionate.
More About Beagle Harrier Breed
||The Beagle Harrier was bred to hunt rabbits. This breed is close to people and likes to be close to their owners.
||variety of black, brown white and tan
||The coat is not too short, fairly thick and flat.
||The Beagle Harrier is quick and a good hunting dog.
||The Beagle Harrier prefers the company of other dogs to humans. Will tolerate family and well behaved children.
||This breed requires little grooming. The ears will need to be kept clean to prevent infection.
||The Beagle Harrier is sometimes resistant to training. Patience and a gentle approach are needed.
||This breed likes to spend time outside and in the yard.
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