Occasionally, an older dog (1-6 years) gets bored of showing, so we make them available for sale as a companion. About our older dogs:
- They are not spayed/neutered but must be, about 2 weeks or so after they come home with you. Alternately, we can discuss performing the service at our vet and hosting them here at the kennel during their recuperation.
- They are not housebroken. Although they are aware that hard matter goes outdoors, they’ve grown up going in and outside at will, and need to be housetrained. Housebreaking is a matter of time and attention and may take a month or so, depending on you and your family’s attention and diligence.
- They will be familiar with a hard-sided crate and will not do their business there, so we encourage crate training (encouraging them to enjoy the safe place to eat and sleep, gnaw a bone, and to return to whenever they wish, if the house gets loud or overwhelming).
- During the day, we recommend keeping them in a limited section of your house using baby gates or similar, so you can always be attentive and pick up on cues when they need to go out. We hear that bells hung at your doors work well, and many of our dogs learn to use them to indicate they need to go out.
- They are not familiar with cats. Usually, (nine times out of ten) hounds are fine with cats but if a cat runs, the hound may chase. We’re happy to discuss this with you.
Tyler is male Harrier pup – will be a year old in April and will need to be neutered. He was trained for show. When he grows up, he’ll probably be 20-21″ tall at the shoulder and (with proper diet, exercise, and what he’ll consider far too few treats) will top out at about 50-55lbs.
He is comfortable riding in a car, handsome (just ask him) and has a terrific, outgoing personality. A couple of teeth are out of alignment and although he’ll never notice it, in the show world it’s a disqualification.
He’s fun, very friendly and open – we can include him in any group of males. Loves to jump, energetic and enthusiastic, but just the right age to cuddle up and enjoy a snooze with you on the sofa after a good run. To discuss, contact us at email@example.com
George is a 5 year old, small English Foxhound. He’s neutered, about 22″ tall at the shoulder and 65-70 lbs. He has training in agility and some scent training – he was the first USDA meat & citrus-sniffing English Foxhound (brilliantly accurate the days he was motivated to work, but some days he just preferred to hang out, so he returned home to do just that). He’s curious, sweet and energetic, gets along great with other dogs and would love nothing better than to take you on long walks and cuddle with you on the sofa. To discuss, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
No puppies available at this time.
Puppy prices and Reservations
When pups are available, the price for a pup is $2000. Our reservation process is as follows:
- To start a conversation about buying a pup, email email@example.com.
- After a successful conversation with you, we accept a $500, non-refundable deposit that reserves a pup for you, with the remainder due when a pup is ready to go to your home.
- We ship in the USA for the actual cost of airline ticket, crate, and health certificate (if available, budget about $600) or ground transportation. Outside the USA, we will discuss arrangements.
Jackpot Beagle Pups
- Pups will go to homes no earlier than nine weeks old.
- Pups are sold on contracts that require they be neutered/spayed before one year of age.
- On arrival at their new home, Jackpot pups have two sets of vaccinations, as well as a neopar at 5 weeks of age, and a microchip.
- Pups are registered with the AKC (limited/non-breeding contract).
- See our Facebook site for testimonials and photos, posted by proud owners of our pups.
Beagle Puppy Quick Facts
Yes – tri-color beagles are born black and white, as shown above.
- Fur that is white at birth, stays white.
- Fur that is black at birth may stay black or fade to brown.
You can see the mother in the photo above is black, white, and brown, just as her puppies will be when they grow up.
Red-and-white puppies have faint red markings on a white background at birth. They have no black fur. Anything that is fain red at birth may darken to a deeper red or brown with age.
Are you looking for a certain size beagle? Both 13″ and 15″ beagles are born into the same litters, so we can hazard a guess but can’t guarantee a pup’s adult size.
- A beagle measuring even a quarter-inch over over 13″ at the shoulder (‘withers’) is considered a 15″ beagle.
- Adult beagles closer to 13″ weigh about 20lbs, while adult 15″ beagles may weigh 25-30lbs. LOL – assuming they’re on a proper exercise/diet regimen.
Beagles are always hungry and will overeat if given the opportunity.
After pups are 5 weeks old we welcome visits to our kennel BY APPOINTMENT ONLY 😊. To make an appointment, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.