My dog died from pyometra



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My dog died from pyometra (pyo= pus) one year ago, and she was about 11 years old. I'm a little sad she's gone, but I have a new dog and she was just a part of my family, so it's not really a big deal. Now, a month after the death, I'm in the market for a new dog. I have two dogs, but I'd be willing to add more. My first dog was a female, and she died of a blood clot and I have two boys and I'm not sure what sex they are or what they're gender. The second one is a female beagle and she's in the house right now, I'm looking at some potential pups and they're all beagles. I'm looking for one that is a little bigger than my boys, so if any of you know of a good breeder or are a breeder, please contact me.

I have a 2 1/2 year old female Beagle and 2 year old male Beagle. We just had our first litter of 7 Beagle pups. We are very happy with them. They are just so much fun. If you want to see pics, please email me.

I am a new member here. I am a Beagle owner of about a year now, and I would like to get a new one in the near future, but I am a little stuck right now, because I do not know if I want a male or female. I like both genders, but I want something that looks like the pups that I already have, and I like them, too, so... If anyone has any suggestions, please let me know! I live in the midwest, and I prefer a dog that I can meet for a few weeks.

I have a 10 week old Beagle puppy named Harley that I got in Feb. She is so precious! She is the most perfect, cutest, baby girl! She is such a love and my life is better because she is in it. My heart breaks to think of losing her. My mom wants to get her one of these puppies, and she says they are like babies. I'd love any advice!

A beagle is a great dog, but I would never own a puppy. They are not like cats, they are a lot of work and you should never expect them to be as good as an adult. In my opinion, they are too much like children. A great adult beagle would be perfect, just make sure it isn't too old or too young. If it's the right size you can take it from their mothers while they are still in the litter. The breeder would be the best person to give you some advice about how to care for them when you get them, but if you get them from a reputable breeder you should not have any problems.

"You cannot do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late"

Thanks for your replies! I don't want to have my first dog be a puppy, but I would like to have a puppy that looks like my dogs, and I like the way they are right now! I was hoping to buy a puppy from a breeder, but I do plan to get a puppy, so I'm trying to figure out what I want!

A beagle is a great dog, but I would never own a puppy. They are not like cats, they are a lot of work and you should never expect them to be as good as an adult. In my opinion, they are too much like children. A great adult beagle would be perfect, just make sure it isn't too old or too young. If it's the right size you can take it from their mothers while they are still in the litter. The breeder would be the best person to give you some advice about how to care for them when you get them, but if you get them from a reputable breeder you should not have any problems.

The first thing to remember is that Beagles, unlike a lot of other breeds, are not all the same! There are various types, not all of which would suit your needs and tastes.

I was considering adopting a puppy from the local SPCA - they rescue dogs - but decided on a female beagle instead. She's only 5 months old, so I have a while yet.

I prefer a larger breed, but can't go down to the small end of the size scale (e.g. a chihuahua - no thanks!). I like the beagle but think that is because we have one - we also had a standard poodle (the first one we owned - but only for a few years) and he was perfect! I think my beagle is a lot more independent than my poodle (which is a bit contrary to how he is portrayed in literature).

Like all dogs, they can be very different. Some will be more sociable than others - it depends on their breed and personality.

"You cannot do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late"

I know, that's the reason I'm trying to figure out if I want a puppy, because I want something that's going to last a long time. If I get a puppy, it will be more of a responsibility, and if it doesn't fit into our family, I might not take care of it, and then it won't be as great as it could be. Right now, I'm planning on getting a beagle

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