Beagle Rescue of SoMd’s Dog of The Week is Archie.
Archie is a little senior beagle boy that enjoys each day at a slower pace.
His temporary foster mom said, “Archie loves to give and receive attention from me and my resident beagle”.
He likes going for short walks, hanging out with the resident beagle and curling up for long naps.
Archie loves toys and is sure to carry one around with him during the day.
Archie is a 10-year-old tri-color beagle in need of a foster or forever home.
You can read about fostering on our web site at: http://brsmbeagles.org/Home.aspx?pg=fostering.htm
Archie’s vetting is up to date; He has been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and is on a monthly heart guard.
If you are interested in fostering or adopting Archie or another senior beagle send a message to [email protected]
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