Caesar, Charlotte, Chevy and Cricket - Hairless Beagles
Thursday, January 31, 2013 • 9:34pm
WEST CALDWELL, NJ - Caesar, Charlotte, Chevy and Cricket are 4 months old sibling Hairless Beagle puppies ready to be adopted from the Orphaned Pets of West Caldwell. Their coat is a short Merle (Blue) hair.
Here are the medical facts about the puppies:
- Spayed / Neutered
- Up-to-date with routine shots
“They are hairless Beagles. Yes, there is such a thing as a hairless Beagle. You never heard of hairless beagles? Well, if not, look it up. Here is a litter of them, the first we have ever run across,” explained Rosemarie at the shelter. “One has to take care of their skin but they do not shed!”
Caesar, Male Credit: Rosemarie Cafiero
“Caesar is on the small side with a mohawk, cute as a button and we call him the emperor. We rescued the whole litter from Kentucky,” continued Rosemarie, “they’re four months old, altered, microchipped and up to date on their vaccinations.”
Susan Paige took part in the delivery of the puppies from Kentucky to the Orphaned Pets of West Caldwell. She enthused, "I was privileged to run the transport out to pick them up and my goodness, they completely melted me! They are cute as a button!"
Charlotte, Female Credit: Rosemarie Cafiero
“Charlotte is such a cute little girl. All of the puppies temperaments are great. Though not everyone might think they are cute, we do think so,” expressed Rosemarie.
Chevy, Male Credit: Rosemarie Cafiero
“These pups are completely ready to find their new homes,” commented Rosemarie. “They are already altered, chipped and vaccinated; all they need is love.”
Crickett, Female Credit: Rosemarie Cafiero
“If you are interested in this breed, please read up on them and remember, this hairless coat may require special care,” stated Rosemarie.
Credit: Rosemarie Cafiero
Rosemarie concluded by saying, “This is not considered a common breed. If you are interested in meeting any of these puppies, please call me at 973-865-6421.
For further information:
Orphaned Pets of West Caldwell