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08/04/2015 Beasley aka Duke: He was returned to PRBJ due to being unable to properly socialize him. He is now living in a foster home with one of our trainors. If you look at our photo's on his web page you will see how exhausted he was from his 2 mile run today which is most important for all animals to excecise. Our trainer is doing very well with him and we will continue to update Beasley AKA Duke's web page.
Beasley is the biggest of the litter. He looks like he will be a taller type of Hound.
These precious pups were surrendered when their family could not find them homes and their mom just could not take care of them anymore. Unfortunately for them, their "family was a back yard breeder." They were living in a pen in the yard until one of vounteers came and offerred to take the pups off their hands and find proper homes....This is exactly what we intend to do! They are very sweet and loving. They will all make sturdy and fun companions to your family. They eat Eukanuba Excel puppy food three times a day with a little bit of yogurt.
Because of their past treatment, Beasely would do best in a home with older or no children as he can nip at little hands. We are working on this behavior with one of our trainers, but for now, Beasley prefers not to have small kids around him.
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