Cedar Ridge Beagles
c/o Toni Perdew
(the best method to reach me is via e-mail)
here for additional contact information.
Our premises are monitored via video
surveillance for your puppy's safety!
Our beagles all have a home here for life. But, occasionally, someone inquires
about an adult beagle that wants to have a 4-legged friend, but does not want to
go through the puppy stages. If the right home comes along, we are interested in
seeing even our most-beloved dogs make a family happy.
Contact us if you are interested in a mature beagle.
Our adult beagles may be available to a good home, and a
home that is matched with their needs/dispositions.
For the right home, most of our adults we would offer
would be free of charge, "as is," with no registration papers (to avoid
breeders contacting us looking for a free breeding dog).
Even if they are up to date with a rabies vaccination, we
require you to update the rabies vaccination yourself and obtain licensing,
if that is required in your area (most towns/cities require licensing, and
veterinarian-administered rabies vaccinations are required for that licensing).
We can't offer health guarantees for adult dogs. If a dog
has had any problem, it would not be a dog we'd let go to a new home,
though. Thankfully, our dogs are healthy. If there is any oddity/issue, it
will be explained on his/her web page and/or below.
- Chocolate Tri-Colored Male, a little smaller than
- Born in 2014
- Neutered 11/3/17
- Hamster is a very sweet boy, but has lived outdoors with
a run available 24/7 and a doggie door to his indoor pen.
- Since he was not neutered early in life, he
probably would not make a good indoor pet, as he might hike his leg to mark
territory initially. This may go away due to his neutering, but I think that
will take a little while.
- Has not had his teeth cleaned recently.
- 19 lbs, November 2017
- Hamster was overweight in his photos on his web page,
but is in good weight now.
Born in 2013
Has full access to a doggie door, so is not house
Has not had her teeth cleaned recently.
Betsy is getting white hairs on her face now, so the
photos on her web page are needing to be updated.
Free to a good pet home without papers.
- Tri-colored female, about average