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Getting a new puppy

Looks like a lotta dog owners on here, so here's my question... I'm seriously considering getting a young pup, probably a Beagle. What can I expect? Waking up 5 times a night? Pretty much having no life for the next few months until it grows up and becomes more house trained? I'm in a townhouse so I can't have a fenced yard or anything like that so it will be a indoors dog. And what to do with it during work hours? I can only make it back an hour a day for lunch so do I probably need a dog-sitter or to drop it off at an animal daycare?

I've read some books and websites but I want to get you guys opinion. I'm pretty much a new dog owner, I had one when I was like 8 or 9 but my parents gave it up not too long after we got it and I didn't have much of a say in the matter.

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With a Beagle you get a lot of howling. I've got on 4 doors down and it's baying away all the time. Otherwise, he is a good dog.
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Beagles do tend to howl a little bit more than a normal dog. I've got 2 at home, one is a Jack Russell Terrier (somehow the calmest dog ever, and they are supposed to be nuts) and the other is 1/2 German Shepherd and 1/2 Shelty Collie.

They are both great dogs, the Shepherd Shelty would be a great first dog though. She's really smart, really goofy, NEVER has accidents in the house, and is just not a threat to anyone. Nicest dog you'll ever meet.

I think my dad had a purebred German Shepherd as a kid, from what I hear it was a great dog too. Might be a little on the large side for you? Don't really know what you're looking for.
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just buy a baby instead. when it grows up a lil bit it can be your pit crew at track days. You can even give it a cool name like "Mongo" or something.

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just buy a baby instead. when it grows up a lil bit it can be your pit crew at track days. You can even give it a cool name like "Mongo" or something.
Mongo? hehehe.... is that a crack at the guy who runs WERA?

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You tryin to tell me that some poor guy is actually named "MONGO"? BWAAAHAAAAAHHHAAAAAHAAAA!!!!

I did not know that, it was actually somewhat of a reference to the movie "theres something about mary." No offense to the guy, never met him and if he runs WERA he's prolly an all right dude

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I would check the rescues.. Lots of really good dogs that are taken good care of by foster owners that care. I just got a Min-Pin from a rescue a couple weeks ago. He's really well behaved, hasnt has an accident in the house, all shots, fixed and he's microchipped, so if he gets lost, I call, then they tell me where he is.. He's 8 years old also, but there are always puppies. I wanted a dog that was already trained. The price is almost always much much less than if you just went to petco and bought whatever kind of dog you wanted...

Some cases are abuse and neglect cases, but most are good dogs that the owners either couldnt care for anymore, or died.

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You tryin to tell me that some poor guy is actually named "MONGO"? BWAAAHAAAAAHHHAAAAAHAAAA!!!!

I did not know that, it was actually somewhat of a reference to the movie "theres something about mary." No offense to the guy, never met him and if he runs WERA he's prolly an all right dude
Hehe, well he isn't actually named Mongo, his name is Shawn, but his forum name is Mongo.

Anyways thanks for the suggestions, I'd prefer a pup as my first dog to get the entire experience, even if it does include stained carpets... Sorta like adopting a 5 yr old kid vs having your own from birth I guess. I've looked at some rescues and shelters including BREW but their young ones get snapped up so quickly that I usually don't have a chance. If I ever get a 2nd dog it will definately be a rescue.

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Like any puppy. They chew on anything. Watch your precious leathers, and take them outside first thing in the morning for a leak. I will have some pups to give away soon. Lab/Pit combo
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honestly, unless you have the money to burn at a pet store or breeder for a pure bred w/ papers that you probably don't need or care about, look in the paper. All kinds of people with mixed and barely mixed breed puppies place ads giving away or selling for cheap because they need a home. Also, its normal for a mutt to make as good or better pet/companion than a pure breed dog. More good traits and usually fewer bad traits.

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Get a crate, it helps with house training early on. I'm sure some CLSBers can loan/sell you one or know someone who does. you only need to let a puppy out 5x a day or so, but it goes quickly. don't let them in the house until you see them go #1 or #2. You'll soon recognize their 'signs' when they're ready for whatever (food, naps, etc).

Good luck, starting with puppies are the best!
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Beagles don't make more noise than other dogs....but the noise is a howl not a bark. I have one....she's great. I think that you can expect to lose a little sleep from time to time, but it won't be EVERY night for months on end. If you can commit yourself to picking a routine and sticking with it, you will have less troubles. It's people who bend the rules with their dogs who find themselves up a creek. I basically had a plan with Timber, stuck with it, and she gave me very few problems in the 6 years we've been together.

That said, though, she would NOT have the crate. Wouldn't. So I gave on that. In return, she gave me good behavios and she sticks to her potty training. Doesn't go in the house. Ever.

But, I got her at 6mos-- she was mostly potty trained. I don't think I could get a puppy and have to go through all that. I almost went insane last year when my roommate had a puppy. I freaking moved out it was so bad.
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oh and not being around during the day ('cept lunch) can be a problem, leading to separation anxiety which can be disastrous depending on severity. That would be the main concern, especially with a young pup in training stages. Varies with personality of the dog, some are ok and some freak when YOU aren't around, let alone NO ONE is around. Something to think about, look into.

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It won't be easy training the dog if you're at work all day. It's probably not the best time for you to have a puppy if you're too busy, they need someone to take them out every couple of hours when they're that young. I'm not saying it's impossible, but training will take a lot longer if you don't have enough time. Definitely crate train it if you do get one...puppies will eat or destroy anything they can. It's hard at first, but they'll learn to love the crate and think of it as their own house after a while. Buy the typical metal bar crate to start out with. I tried one of the expensive mesh ones with my boxer...and came home a few hours later to find the door shredded and torn off.
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My groomer has a male Alaskan Eskimo she is trying to place. I don't know how old, but it does get along well with female dogs.

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Depending how many hrs the pup will be left alone it may be better to wait. We have 3 pups and i don't regret it a bit, EXCEPT when cleaning the damn yard up

I would personally stay away from a Beagle because of the howling. I know my sister had one and it seemed like that's all it did and with you being in a townhouse. I know with ours we crate trained them for when we are not home. Especially our Boxer, they are known for counter surfing because curosity gets the most of em I know they say with pups they can hold their bladder a month=1hr+2 or 1 I don't remember. Another words if the pup is 6months then they can hold for 6-8 hrs. It seems to hold true with our pups anyways.

Make sure you can get the pup enough excersize and you can bet the sleeping for you will suck for about the first week to month depending on the age. I would also try to leave the pup with their mother until 8 weeks even though some breeders give them away starting at 6 weeks.

I'm sure there is more, but that's all i can think about for now

Another thing try looking up forums for the breed of pup you are looking for and read up about them there.


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Beagles are great dogs, friendly, fun loving, easily trained. Problems with beagle: they tend to run off, so you have to have them on a lead at all times, they love to howl, which can be annoying at times, they will literally eat themselves to death, so you have to watch their food intake, most beagles are overweight. They shed alot, plan on vacuuming almost every second day.

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If your getting a Beagle get the book The New Beagle Book.
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I noticed beagles are a bit high strung but I would never bad mouth any dog.
Bought my dog and I feel guilty with all the ones that need adopting out there.

Here is beagle rescue if your interested plus you may not have to housebreak.
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When I had to choose a dog, I just went to the shelter and found one I liked. She was 1 1/2 yrs old at the time and totally house-trained, so it worked out great. Like you, I worked too much to care for a puppy properly so I needed something already housetrained.

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It won't be easy training the dog if you're at work all day. It's probably not the best time for you to have a puppy if you're too busy, they need someone to take them out every couple of hours when they're that young.
Right on!!!! my wife wanted a puppy after her dog had to be put down last spring...I got her one, on the condition that I have nothing to do with it. Expect alot of running for the door, barking at night, share of accidents on the floor, etc. My advice, if your'e not at home alot, don't bother with the dog and enjoy the freedom!!!
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Dogs are great. They can be easily house broken, get a cage. They will not pee/crap where they lay.

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I would check the rescues.. Lots of really good dogs that are taken good care of by foster owners that care. I just got a Min-Pin from a rescue a couple weeks ago. He's really well behaved, hasnt has an accident in the house, all shots, fixed and he's microchipped, so if he gets lost, I call, then they tell me where he is.. He's 8 years old also, but there are always puppies. I wanted a dog that was already trained. The price is almost always much much less than if you just went to petco and bought whatever kind of dog you wanted...

Some cases are abuse and neglect cases, but most are good dogs that the owners either couldnt care for anymore, or died.

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http://www.beagles-on-the-web.com/adopt/

http://www.1-800-save-a-pet.com/shelterpages/69610.html

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www.petfinder.com is another site where you can search by breed and location. Another local operation is www.pawschicago.org. Good luck.



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If you dont plan on being home alot, then i would definatly say do NOT get a puppy. one of the only reasons it has worked well with mine and Cheyenne's dogs is because he works nights so he is home during the day and i work days so i am home at night. A new puppy should be let out regularly at about 30 min intervals if he is awake and playing, and if he is sleeping (in a crate or anywhere else or just a nap) he should be let out as soon as he wakes up otherwise you WILL have a mess. If you really want a dog right now i agree with a few other on here, go to a rescue and find maybe a 1 or 2 year old dog, they will be able to adapt to your routine alot better then a new born pup. 8 week old pups will need about 89% of your time for training. Also you said you do not have a fenced in yard, you need to take that into consideration too. Instead of just letting them out in the yard you have to take them on walks and to the dog parks for play time. Like mentioned above, make sure you have that time to dedicate to your dog he/she will end up being your best friend in years to come and they remember everything.....for the most part LOL.

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Dogs are great. They can be easily house broken, get a cage. They will not pee/crap where they lay.

unfortunatly this does not always hold true. our pit (capone) we have a bery hard time potty training him. he really didnt care at first and almost every morning we woke to him covered in poop and/or pee. eventually he got better and is almost 100% potty trained now but the first 2 months were hell with him.

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honestly, unless you have the money to burn at a pet store or breeder for a pure bred w/ papers that you probably don't need or care about, look in the paper. All kinds of people with mixed and barely mixed breed puppies place ads giving away or selling for cheap because they need a home. Also, its normal for a mutt to make as good or better pet/companion than a pure breed dog. More good traits and usually fewer bad traits.

i cant even begin to tell you how true this is...
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If your a first time dog owner the following books are a must

How to House break your puppy in 7 days

I will second this one, I used that book to house break Rusty, we had him house broken in about 2 weeks to the point where he would ring a bell on the back door when he needed to go out. to this day he has not had an accident in the house since the training period. My wifes cats are more unreliable than him.

One thing to take into account though if you train him like I did mine with the bell, if your ata friends house, he wont know how to let you know he needs to go out since they dont have a bell

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Rusty was very against cage training from day one, he barked non stop all night long (literally) fromt eh time he went in to the cage till the time he got out in the morning. I did this for a week and a half, and me and the wife slept with my shooting ear plugs in all night. finally we said screw this and let him out and gated him into the laundry room where the cage was. whats funny is now he went and slept in the cage right away and happily, but if you closed that cage door it was all over . now he just uses that laudry room as his room, he sleeps in there at night, and even if I leave him out while I go run errands, he go's in there and closes the door. He really is a goof.




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Jon... don't get beagle. There is very little meat and it's really not ideal for my chowder recipe. May I suggest a bichon frise? mmmmmmmmmmmmm

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one more word of advice.... don't marry a chick who's alergic to pet dander as you will have to give your beloved doggie to your parents. My golden retriever Meddy hasn't been happy since she had to move in with my parents and their nasty ass dogs.

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