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#8178 Lisbeth

Adopted
Small-size, Female, Adult Beagle,
Lisbeth is up-to-date on her shots and has been spayed. Lisbeth is currently being fostered in Vienna, VA.

Meet Lisbeth! Lisbeth is an adorable little 3-year-old beagle mix and a fun little dog! At just 18 pounds, she is very portable and very happy to go with you anywhere! She’s been out to a couple events and gets so excited when she realizes she’s going somewhere she will get lots of attention.

In her foster home, she is a loving shadow, who follows her foster mom everywhere and loves to snuggle. She especially loves head scratches and random cuddles and kisses. She’s a great listener, if you need a friend to talk to.

Lisbeth loves playing with the other dogs in her foster home and has gotten along with other dogs she’s met. She has also done well with her foster mom’s 3 and 5 year old grandchildren and other kids she’s met.

True to her beagle nature, Lisbeth shows her hound personality when she goes out to play in the yard. She will throw back her head and let out a beagle howl and then she’s nose to the ground, running and sniffing like she is tracking something. She’s very fun to watch!

Lisbeth is doing well with her potty training and crate training. She walks nicely on a leash, but like any self-respecting beagle, if she catches a scent, she has to go investigate. She’s only seen cats through the window or when on a leash, but her foster suspects she might chase one if given the chance.

Lisbeth is ready to make someone a devoted companion. All she asks in return is a warm bed and plenty to eat. Lisbeth is up-to-date on her shots and has been spayed. Lisbeth is currently being fostered in King William, VA.

This dog tested positive for heartworm disease and has since been treated. Heartworm disease is transmitted to a dog through a bite from an infected mosquito producing a positive test in six months. Potential adopters will receive detailed information on the disease and their role in completing the recovery process from OPH’s heartworm coordinator. With monthly preventatives, the disease is completely preventable. Read more about heartworm disease here.