Papillon Beagle

Discussion in 'Dogs - General Dog Chat' started by ~Jessie~, Jul 9, 2010.

  1. sparks19

    sparks19 I'd rather be at Disney

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    well this is gonna get messy.

    I don't want to assume you are a troll. if you really didn't know and it's an accident... then please just do the best you can to place these puppies in good homes with contracts for spay/neuter and just a small adoption fee.

    dont' try to make money off of this. if it was REALLY an accident then treat it as such.

    screen homes... and give them to the good homes for a small adoption fee. at 8 weeks no sooner

    otherwise take them to the shelter and they will find good homes for them very quickly
     
  2. Paige

    Paige Let it be

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    They aren't rare either. They are mutts. Which are awesome in their own right but the world is full of them already.
     
  3. Hy-Rum

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    I'm not sure. Looks like it may have some basset in it.

    Here is a pic of my Papeagle.

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    We got her for free from a family who's beagle was accidentally impregnated by a pappion. She is small for a beagle, has the pappion markings, weighing 16.5 lbs, her build is very dainty, she barks most of the time only howling when she sees another hunting breed. She is wonderful with kids!
     
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    Hy-Rum New Member

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    Here is one more of my Izzi. In this you can see the feathering on her tail and back of the legs.

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  5. graciouspie

    graciouspie New Member

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    Here is my Beagle/Papillion

    Born May 2006. Beagle/papillion mix.
    A lot of people think he has JRT in him, I assure you, he does not.
    25 lbs. Fast, loves to fetch, barks, loves to cuddle, tough little guy, keeps up with us well.
    Mom was 13 lb pap/tri colored and the dad was a 25 lb beagle/tri colored.

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  6. Laurelin

    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    Very cute dog.
     
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    shmlss4gb New Member

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    Our new puppy

    We were told she's a Beagle/Papillon mix from the Humane Society. Vet thinks she might be some JRT too, but looking at some of the other pics here, not so sure. Vet mainly seemed to think this because she loves to tear/dig up the yard. She's extremely hyper too when we first get home. Trying to train her because apparently her previous owners never bothered to. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    Any thoughts on the breed too? My main concern is after a month, her and my cat are still not getting along much. Vet said it can take months. But from what I read, if she's got JRT in her, getting along may never happen. I hope that's not the case, I feel like I'm isolating my cat, because the living room is gated off right now (as Bailey (dog) is still having accidents occassionally, even so much as 30 min after being outside).

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