I am surrendering my 1-year-old Beagle dog, Rocky, because I am unable to provide him with the lifestyle that he needs. I have recently had to relocate to a new city for work, and my new living situation is not conducive to having a dog. I live in a small apartment and I am unable to provide Rocky with the amount of exercise and attention that he needs.
Beagles are highly energetic dogs that require regular exercise and mental stimulation. They are also known for being vocal dogs, and Rocky can be quite barky when he is bored or left alone. I am concerned that I am not able to meet Rocky's needs, and that he is becoming frustrated and unhappy.
I have made the difficult decision to surrender Rocky to a reputable shelter or rescue organization, where he will have the opportunity to find a new home with people who can provide him with the lifestyle that he needs. I am confident that Rocky will make a wonderful companion for someone who is able to give him the love and attention that he deserves.
Rocky is a healthy and well-behaved dog. He is up-to-date on all of his vaccinations and has a clean bill of health from his veterinarian.
Rocky is housetrained and knows basic obedience commands.
Rocky is good with other dogs and children.
I am willing to provide any additional information that the shelter or rescue organization may need. I am also happy to meet with potential adopters to discuss Rocky's personality and needs.