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eMail message received from owner (July 22, 2014):
"Cody amazes me sometimes with his problem solving abilities. He has a couple tennis balls he loves to fetch as often as I will throw them. Also, he really likes his small dog frisbee. It's one of those small cloth ones with a hole in the middle like a donut. Cody wanted to bring me both a ball and the frisbee at the same time but he couldn't pick them both up. He'd get the ball in his mouth and then couldn't fit the frisbee in and also the other way around. So, he figured out how to do it. He picks up the frisbee and puts his nose and upper jaw throw the hole. Then, he picks up the ball. Maybe I can get a picture of it sometime. That further proves to me how intelligent a beagle is. I can say "go get toy" or go get beagle ball" and he will run around the yard and find it. I know everyone figures their dog is the smartest in the world. Cody might not be the smartest but I've seen plenty of dogs that aren't nearly as smart. NM"
eMail message received from owner (July 12, 2014):
"Cody just loves to play with his Beagle Ball and dog frisbee "Toy". I tell him I want to play "Get It!, Get It!" and he runs around the yard to find the ball or toy. I throw it and he gets it. He'll go until he has to lay under a tree or in the shade somewhere else for a short while and then he's raring to go again. NM"
eMail message received from owner:
" Thought I'd mention that so far... there have been ZERO accidents in the house with Cody. Even with Hunter we had one small one when he was a pup. I thought that was a record. Going this long with Cody must be unusual. I don't expect he'll start making messes now being almost 9 months old. Hunter taught Cody how to open the patio door by pulling down on the handle with his paw. So, now we have two of them. I've been trying to outsmart Cody with various dog dishes. He seems to want to flip it over and then eat the food. After trying four different kinds, I figured I'd found the one he can't flip. It's heavy stoneware with straight sides. It took him about a day and he had it figured out. He takes a towel or blanket and drops it over the edge and then bites it and flips it. He figured out how to get more traction that way. He's a smart little bugger for sure! Well, time to go hold all three beagles in my chair and watch a movie with Ann. NM"
pups for sale
We do not always have pups for sale, particularly not during our Winter months. Here in Manitoba, it is not unusual to have temperatures 40 below (Fahrenheit and Celsius) for 2-3 week stretches. Our pups are mostly ready to go to their new environments starting in the Spring, through till about July.view
adults for sale
We have decided to part with some of our outstanding females at this time. Whether you are looking for a good gundog or trial dog, contact us. We will try our best to find you a female that will suit your particular circumstance. Some running, younger dogs may also become available.view
Sep 2013 (photo left)
Scotty is wonderful. Loves the boys and is so quick to learn everything. We had to change his name from Scotty to William. We call him Willie till he grows into William. He knew his new name in 3 days. New name is William Scotty Kaufman. Willie goes tomorrow to get his Rabies shot, He is almost 5 months and I can see he has 4 adult teeth for sure. I can't say enough what a wonderful Beagle he is. Full of personality, extremely smart, loving and FUNNY:) We LOVE him!
Grandpa's New Pups
Oct 2013 (photo right)
The Stuckey grandkids in Louisiana with their Grandpa's new pups.read more testimonials