O'Pal O'Mine Beagles
Location:Burkburnett, Texas, United States
Email:Email O'Pal O'Mine Beagles CLOSED UP SHOP AND MOVED OUT OF CALIFORNIA. YES, WE ESCAPED!
O'Pal O'Mine Beagles - Puppies for Sale
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Some more information about O'Pal O'Mine Beagles:
I won't just sell to just anybody. I will not sell through a brokerage, or sell to anyone I suspect of crossbreeding for designer dogs. I also won't sell to a person who indicates they can not differentiate between an animal and a human. I will only sell an animal to a level headed, rational person. Animal rights activist, don't even bother contacting me.
Beagles are wonderful small game huning dogs. It's not a good idea to allow them to track deer because it may be a few days before your dog returns. Beagles will cover 20 miles in a day if on scent. Some beagles have a developed nose and others don't. You won't know until the animal is 8 to 14 months of age. Do Not use Beagles for hog hunting. Common sense dictates the reason why.
A contract is required. I will not release a pup under the age of 8 weeks and prefer to wait until they are 10 weeks. This gives me a better chance to observe the pups and discern their individual personality. For those looking for breeding stock, be prepared to show me at least 5 generations (certified), of the sire or dam's genealogy. Inbreeding within bloodlines is my concern.
The potential owner should have a clear understanding, Beagles are a very social breed. They prefer to be frequently attended to by their owner, or paired up with another dog. They are an energetic, playfull breed. Beagles are quite intelligent and do train well provided you maintain consistency. Beagles are a hound, and hounds are prone to follow their nose if they catch scent.
Do know this: The behavior of your dog is reflective of the amount of time and energy (training and attention), you put into it. If you think your dog is going to be crate trained, mild mannered and house-broken without you're active involvement, then you Should Not own a puppy. Puppies require dedication of time and effort. So ask yourself, are you prepared to invest yourself in your dog?
Puppies being puppies, when a puppy is separated from the litter you can expect there to be some anxiety and an adjustment period. Expect the pup to possibly whine and bark, even howl for a week or two. Now that doesn't mean it will because, every pup is different. The pup may adjust quickly. You just never know. That being said, if you live in an Apartment, Town House, Condominium or Duplex Home I will not sell you a pup. It's not fair to you, your neighbors or the pup.
If I still have pups after the 12th week, those remaining receive another vaccination, and if need be the 3rd one at 21 weeks along with a final worming.
I encourage prospective owners to actually come here and see the Sire and Dam and watch the pups. Ask all the questions you want. Play with the pups, see if it's right for you. I'd rather a person take the time to make a sound decision.