This little beagle girl has spunk! She was wandering all by herself in the woods, skinny, soaking wet and sprayed by a skunk. There was no one around to save her, so she took matters into her own hands. She heard some hunters and their pack of beagles, so she joined right in! Upon returning to the car, the hunters realized they had an extra pup in the pack, so they brought her to Animal Friends. Naming this little girl after Diana, Goddess of the Hunt seemed quite appropriate. Some TLC and medical care soon helped Diana to feel better, and off she went into a foster home to recuperate from her adventures.
Diana is now ready for the next chapter in her life - a forever home! We are looking for some very special adopters for her. You see, Diana has an inoperable tumor. No one has told her about this though, so she's living life to the fullest. In her foster home, she enjoyed running through the yard, taking walks and galloping through the house. Her most favorite thing of all is simply taking some time to roll on her back in the grass. Of course, naps on a big fluffy bed are right up there on the list of favorites too, especially if someone tucks her in with her very own blanket.
This particular chapter of Diana's life may be shorter than we would like, but there's no reason that it cannot be fulfilling and happy for her. If you want to open your heart and home to this very special beagle, please come to Animal Friends and meet her. Diana will be waiting.
Want to meet Diana? Ask one of our adoption counselors!
Animal Friends' Adoption Department
412.847.7002 ext. 1
562 Camp Horne Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Monday-Friday: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Saturday-Sunday: 10:00am - 5:00 pm
Or, apply for adoption online now!
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