Do all of the adults work?
Is anyone home during your work hours?
If you responded please tell us who is
home during the day:
In what type of dwelling do you live?
Single Family Home Townhouse Apartment/Condo Mobile Home Duplex
Do you own or rent?
If you rent, does your lease allow pets?
How long have you lived there?
Is your yard fenced?
Is it suitable for a dog (i.e., fenced on all sides)?
How tall is the fence?
What material (chain-link, wood), is the fence made of?
Are you willing to install a fence if you do not currently have one?
If no fenced area is available, how will you handle exercise and toilet duties?
Will the beagle be walked?
If yes above, how often?
Will the beagle be allowed to run free of restraint in an unsecured area
(i.e., roam the neighborhood, spend time in an unfenced yard, etc.)?
you aware of the dangers of leaving your beagle outside in an enclosure when you
are not home? (i.e., beagle could dig under or climb over fence, become a nuisance barker to neighbors, or even be stolen)
you aware that beagles are quite vocal and can bay loudly at times?
you aware that beagles cannot be let off leash because they will run off?
Are you aware that beagles can take up to 30 days to adjust to a new environment
and that this adjustment period may result in a lack of enthusiasm for play or other activities, etc?
Are you planning to move or take a vacation within the next 2 months?
IF YOU ANSWERED “YES,” PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS MAY NOT BE THE BEST TIME TO ADOPT A BEAGLE! Our rescue Beagles need stability in the first few months in a new home. Please consider pending your application until a later date.
Who will care for your beagle when you are away from home for more than a day?
If you move, what will you do with your beagle?
Are you prepared to take on the financial obligation of adopting a dog – food, licensing, routine vaccinations, heartworm prevention, flea and tick preventative, and unforeseen medical needs?
Which member of your household will be the primary caregiver for training, feeding and general care?
Are you willing to housetrain a dog if necessary?
Are you planning on taking your dog to a basic obedience class?
How do/would you discipline your beagle?
Do you realize that at some point your beagle will inevitably destroy something of yours?
Is anyone in the home allergic to animals or have asthma?
If yes, please explain how this will be handled:
Have you applied to adopt with any other rescue organization?
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