Laika – 6 year old female Beagle

Gorgeous Laika is a 6 year old female Beagle. She is a very sweet girl. She loves human company. Laika is looking for an active family. She is in foster in Tunbridge Wells. Previously she was at the shelter we work with in North Spain. Laika was bought by a hunter to hunt but the hunter did not like how she hunted so he abandoned her at the shelter.

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Laika is a sweet girl and smaller than most of the dogs we rehome however she is still a true hunting dog so she will need training and reliable recall in particular may be challenging.

Laika is quite spirited and bold. She will defend her food or toys from the bigger dogs. So will need to be fed separately and have her own toys- at least initially.

Laika was born 24th June 2015.

Beagles are small to medium sized hounds, they were originally bred for hunting hares in packs. Beagles are normally sociable, mischievous, energetic and delightful members of an active family.

Beagles enjoy company whether it is human or canine and dislike being left on their own. The Beagle is full of fun, enthusiastic and always ready for any sort of activity.

If you are interested in giving Laika a home, she is available at Setter Brittany Pointer Rescue.

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Setter, Brittany & Pointer Rescue

For further details about adopting a dog from Setter, Brittany & Pointer Rescue, please email: dogsblog4SeBPRA@gmail.com

All dogs rehomed via this rescue will be microchipped, spayed/neutered and vaccinated. Home checks are carried out and full post-adoption support is offered.

We help rehome unwanted hunting dogs from Northern Spain. Many of these dogs are either abandoned or taken to kill shelters by their previous owners.

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