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Here are my hunting buddies. Cleo, a fiest/beagle mix and Dudley, a full blooded beagle. They are just looking for moles in the yard and helping with weed problems.

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Are you sure they aren`t using them thar mole-holes as a phone line?.

You better check your phone bill and see if you got charged fur any mole-distance calls.
 

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Two beagle's doing what they love best.:)

I have two beagle/lab mixed dogs. And at 11yo they are still like puppys.


Here is one. He is Mickey. Not the brightest bulb on the cristmas tree, but a real nice dog.
 

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Those are from the same litter. They had a sister also. She was given away, and passed about 3years ago. They are not the brightest dogs. Get into a LOT of trubble. But they are SO kind. They would never bite. You can reach into there mouths and pull on there toung while they are eatting, and they would not bite.

I also have anouther dog. He is Brandy. He is a Shelty/lab mix. 14 now, we call him the "old man" Mostly deff, and not seeing that good. He has been the best dog ever. Will be a bad day when he leaves.
 

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This is our beagle (with our sons). Her name is Makita (like the power tools). She is 5 yrs old and is primarily a house pet now. She shattered he right hind leg when she was about a year old, but we had it repaired and she is as good as new thanks to our great vet (you can see the scar if you look carefully at her hind leg). All she does is eat, sleep, and play a little each day. Most caring dog I've ever seen. She watches over our sons like they are her pups.

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