Beagle Rescue Of Southern Maryland’s Dog Of The Week Is NESSIE
Nessie is a 3 to 4-year-old 35-pound red and white beagle boy that is a total love bug.
He will curl up in your lap, roll over for belly rubs and enjoy every minute of human attention he can get! Nessie also enjoys playing the day away and sniffing till his heart is content in his big fenced in backyard.
He is a playful boy that likes to hang out with either humans or other dogs in his foster home.
Nessie is up to date with vaccinations, has been neutered, micro-chipped and is on monthly heart guard.
If you would like to meet Nessie or learn about other beagles in need please message : firstname.lastname@example.org
To see other beagles in need or learn about upcoming beagle events please visit our web site at:http://beaglemaryland.org/
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