Sunday, February 5, 2012

Adopt Cora a Senior Beagle Dog

Cora was a breeder dog and has the c-section scars to prove it.  When she got older, she got dumped.  

Cora is about 7 years old.  She's a small size Beagle dog and weighs only 13 pounds.  Cora is spayed, up to date on routine shots, and is looking for a forever home to live for the rest of her life.

Currently Cora is living at Dogwood Animal Shelter in Osage Beach, Missouri.  She's one of two Beagles who will greet you at the door when you come to the shelter.  She's been there for 6 months now and, cute as she is, she's still looking for love. That may be because of her age, but shelter staff report that Cora can still keep up with the young pups. 

Right now Dogwood Animal Shelter is offering an adoption special with all kennel dogs half off their regular adoption fees.  Dogwood is a no-kill animal shelter and they are full.  Adoption fees include all shots, spaying / neutering and a microchip.

If you have room in your heart and house for a devoted furry friend, please consider adoption this sweet senior Beagle dog.  For more information about Cora, call Dogwood Animal Shelter at 573-348-4411.  You can also visit their website at or fetch adoptable pets on Petfinder.


  1. I can't help but be sad after reading Cora's story. It never ends, does it?

  2. Hoping that sweet Cora finds her furever home soon, she looks like a sweetie! Hopefully one day these puppy mills will all be shut down!


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