Category: Beagles

Oct 13

Review: Santiago Oaks Regional Park

Located on the very eastern edge of the city of Orange, Santiago Oaks Regional Park runs alongside Santiago Creek, Orange County’s main tributary to the Santa Ana River. This secluded 1,269 acre park – located close enough to most east Orange neighborhoods to walk to, including Orange Park Acres and Villa Park – offers family-friendly …

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Oct 08

Why are Beagles so popular as pets despite their low intelligence?

The question was asked: Why are Beagles so popular as pets despite their low intelligence? According to The Intelligence of Dogs by Stanley Coren, beagles have the “Lowest Degree of Working/Obedience Intelligence”. According to American Kennel Club, they are the fourth most popular breed used as pets: AKC Dog Registration Statistics Why do people choose beagles …

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Feb 11

Just One More…

Just one more day, Lord. Just one more day. I am petty and I am small and I always come to you and I always ask for things that are petty and small,for I am human. I am a child of the Most High God, and I will ask and I will plead and I …

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Feb 11

Put Snoopy the beagle on your license plate!

There’s a program that’s just getting started that helps put money towards California’s museums and lets you let everyone know you love Snoopy.  If you’re a beagle lover, this is definitely something you should look into.  From the press release: SNOOPY LICENSE PLATES NOW AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC Proceeds to benefit California museums A program …

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Nov 21

Inland Empire: Donation made to outfit pets with microchips

San Bernardino County’s Devore and Big Bear animal shelters will provide 5,000 animals with microchips at no cost to families. The michrochips are part of a $36,079 donation from the Animals aRe First Fund, ARFF, a nonprofit organization that supports the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health, Animal Care and Control (ACC) Program. Microchips …

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Jan 11

AstraZeneca Continues to Lab Test on Beagles

I’m not a big fan of using animals for lab testing, but I understand that companies seem to be able to justify torturing these animals, and that idiots like PETA only make things worse by their zany hate-filled antics.  You can’t turn people to your cause by throwing blood on them or showing fat, ugly, …

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Sep 22

Beagle Freedom Project

The Beagle Freedom Project (an ARME project) was started in 2010, with the stated mission of rescuing beagles who have been used for animal experiments in a research laboratories. Beagles are medium-sized, sturdy little hounds that look like Foxhounds … only shorter. Growing into maturity, the beagle continues to have the physical traits of a …

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