Festus is a darling gentleman who found himself in a shelter at 14 years young. He’s forgotten all about that now though and is enjoying the foster life while looking for his forever humans.
Festus is a quiet senior fellow that thinks age is just a number and frequently joins in play with the other dogs in his foster home. He enjoys going for walks with his foster mom and then curling up and snuggling in on those cooler days.
He is a pure joy to be around and will make a wonderful companion.
Festus is a 20 pound, 14-year-old, tri-color senior beagle that is current with his vetting. He is microchipped and on monthly heartworm prevention.
You can read more about Festus by following this link to his web page: Festus
If you are interested in Festus or another senior beagle please send an email to Beagle Maryland(external link).
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