Meet Finch! This adorable Cattle Dog / Beagle mix is being fostered by Tall Tails Beagle Rescue in Freeport, Maine. Here’s what the rescue has to say about him, although I think the bottom part of the description was written by Finch himself – he’s quite talented!
Finch is now being fostered at a free-range doggie daycare in Portland, ME! which he loves! He gets to run and play with other dogs all day – which is one of his favorite activities!
Finch is such an awesome boy! He just needs an active family to love him. He would make a great hiking companion, he loves to play ball and play in the kiddie pool.
Finch would not be a dog satisfied with being left out on a tether or with just a few leash walks a day – he needs to be run with his human or with other dogs!
If you are interested in a dog who would be a quick study for agility, nose-work, rally-o, etc – Finch may be the dog you are looking for. Please give him a chance at a new beginning.
My name is Finch. I am a neutered, male Cattle Dog/Beagle mix. My Mom was a Beagle, but, obviously, my Dad was not. I am a very sweet boy with a lot of energy and intelligence.
I am a year old and love to play and get affection. I get along well with other dogs and would love a home with a young canine companion to play with. I am not a good match for a home with cats.
Due to my “Cattle Dog” traits I like to “herd”, so I will be best in a home without small children – and one that understands and loves herding breeds. I am a very smart boy that will thrive at obedience training and advanced courses as well – I already know many commands.
As a high energy dog – I need someone who can spend time every day exercising with me – running, hiking – playing ball – going to the dog park. I am not a couch potato in the least and will not be happy hanging around at home alone for long periods of time.
I will make someone an exceptionally loyal and loving friend. Please give me a new loving home.
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Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!