Beagle Rescue Of Southern Maryland-Dog Of The Week: Ethel-13-year-old Ethel is a quiet gentle soul that likes to curl up and sleep on a soft dog bed or in her crate. Ethel doesn’t demand a lot of fuss, she enjoys some gentle pats on the head and a few tasty treats.
Being the quiet laid back girl that she is, a quiet household would be most ideal for Ethel.
Ethel will need the companionship of another dog as she really enjoys walks and playing with her senior foster sisters. She would like a fenced in yard of her own for leisurely strolls and sniffing where any pesky squirrels or rabbits have visited. Ethel has seemed ok with cats.
Along with being both house and crate trained, Ethel has been microchipped, spayed and her vaccinations are current!
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