Hi, I'm Whitney
Beagle | Young | Female | Small
Whitney is the typical adorable, tri-colored beagle and has the sweetest personality. She wants to keep her people within sight but isn’t clingy. She’d be ideal for someone who wants a loyal canine companion and works from home or won’t be away all day.
Whitney has been fostered in a home with lots of dogs and does well within a pack but would be equally happy as your one and only.
She definitely can produce that beagle baying when she sees things outside her fence, but generally, she’s not a noisy girl.
Whitney has good people manners and would do well with kids over 8. She does love a lot of body contact and is quick to befriend new people. She can be quite adventurous in the house at first and very limber at stretching to investigate things of interest, so she’ll need close supervision for a while.
Whitney loves exploring her yard or anywhere she’s taken and being a beagle, you’ll be careful to be sure she doesn’t have opportunities to escape. Whitney has average exercise needs but would also be up for hikes if you’re an outdoor lover.
Beagles are always popular dogs due to their great personalities, small but sturdy bodies, good health and easy grooming. Whitney definitely ticks all those boxes!
If you would treasure this loving dog and can commit to providing a devoted forever-home where her health and happiness are priorities, please complete an application for Whitney!
- Age: 3 years
- Weight: 25 pounds
- Good with kids: Yes, kids over 8 years old
- Good with dogs: Yes
- Good with cats: Unknown
- Fenced yard: Yes
- Suitable for townhouse and/or apartment: I could live in a townhouse or apartment, as long as it has an attached, fenced yard
- House trained: Yes.
- Crate trained: Yes
- Barks when left alone: No
- Chews inappropriate items: No
- Training: Basic training, would like to take a class!
- Activity level: Medium
Please check the adoption-show-attendees page to see if Whitney will be attending the next adoption show.
NOTE: We are an all volunteer group and do not operate a shelter. All of our animals are in foster homes. We are unable to place our animals outside of the Baltimore/DC area.