Jake's Photo Album

About Jake

  • Jake is a 1 year, 5 mo. old Beagle in Baytown, TX

Photos

Jake's Owner

More Details

About Jake

Jake is my 1 year old energetic beagle boy! He will definitely keep you on your toes, but he is 100% worth it. Of course, he is very spoiled and loves attention. He has a couple of favorite stuffed animals he loves to chew on and cuddle with once he's exhausted from play. He loves being able to be on furniture, but does not have to be. He is used to sleeping in his crate, but will easily get in your bed if you let him. He loves being able to sleep knowing there's someone there and he's not left alone, and being on the bed helps him feel comfortable. For some reason, he loves to chew on paper towels and tear them up. I don't know if it's fun for him to chew or fun for him to watch me pick up the mess (haha!). He eats in the morning, mid day and around 6-7 depending on how hungry he is. He just nibbles every now and then. Jake loves being outside, but you have to keep him on the leash or else the beagle will kick in and he'll think it's time for him to be independent. He loves playing with other dogs that are bigger than him, because he can be a little aggressive, but I know it's just puppy/energetic play. He loves when you give him snacks (especially pup-peronis) and he'll even shake your hand for one if you say "paw" and show him your hand. He's very smart, but very stubborn. He's attached to my hip, and hates when I leave him but he knows I come back! He's definitely a barker when he's sniffing around and familiarizing his nose with the place - again, this is the beagle in him. Sometimes he overplays and might puppy bite you, but if you tell him "no" very firmly he is pretty good about backing off. He's learning dog play is not the way you play with humans. Overall, he's the cutest pup and loves attention. ❤️

  • Sex: Male
  • Age: 1 year, 5 mo. old
  • Weight: 32lbs
  • Breed: Beagle
  • Tracking Chip: No
  • Neutered: Yes
  • House Trained: No
  • Gets along with children: Yes
  • Gets along with other dogs: Yes
  • Gets along with cats: No