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7 Reasons Why You Should Not Adopt A Beagle

03 Oct 2016 | by Deepshikha Tahiliani | Posted in: Wag News

Don’t you want to squish and cuddle as soon as you see a beagle? If you are saying “No”, we don’t believe you. Beagles are cute and their body structure makes them cuter. With so much of energy and love, beagles love to play all day long. They adore their human to the moon and back. But still, we could give you some strong reasons why you shouldn’t adopt a beagle. Don’t believe us? Check them out!


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1. A beagle will definitely raid your fridge and then give you that adorable look that would say, “OOPS!”


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2. A Beagle will politely stare at you and make you realize that he is getting late for his walk.


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3. Your Beagle and your couch will have a special bond, which might make you jealous. 


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4. When you sit and share things with your beagle, be ready for the look that says “What??”


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5. Then they decide to give birth to beagle pups, who have the capacity to get themselves pampered by you throughout the day!


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6. Did you know that their bark is different for every occasion? Plus Beagle means loudmouth in French. Hence, get ready to have an equal conversation with the beagle. WOOF! WOOF! WOOF!

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7. They apologize with the best puppy face. You can't ignore that kind of Sorry, can you?


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No matter how naughty beagles are, but they are super adorable in every way. Try not to say “Awwww”, we double dare you!

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