I know this is a bit late, but happy New Year! Can't believe it is 2018 already. We started this journey building our pack back in 2004 when we were finally able to get a place in the country of our own. After living in more than a dozen different places in three different states, the Lord brought us to South Dakota and has given us a home here at Lonesome Grove. We hope the pack will continue here for many generations to come.
I have to apologize for falling behind on communications. The holidays, the weather, and Influenza A, have really messed up my daily planner. Thank you all for your patience with us. I wanted to give a little bit of an update about what we are expecting for babies this year. Right now, no one is pregnant and I don't know when our first babies of the year will be born. Most likely, it will be some time around the end of March, beginning of April. It is just speculation at this point, but I will plan to post something once I have a better idea. Best wishes to everyone for a great 2018 full of Beagle love!
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Monday, July 18, 2016
Thanks to everyone who made the trip out for our pack reunion this last week. It was tons of fun getting to catch up with the Beagle Buds from around the country. Eleven states were represented this year; and Cindy drove out all the way from California! A great time with some great beagles and great beagle friends!
Saturday, March 26, 2016
Friday, September 11, 2015
Thursday, August 6, 2015
This is Foster. He is the son of Scout and Rosalie. Scout comes from a long line of show beagles. He is older now and no longer producing puppies, but remains a treasured pet here at the grove. We are so excited that Scout has two sons that will be continuing his family line! Foster and his full brother Deacon will hopefully make their Daddy proud with many grand-puppies in the years to come!
His brother Deacon is a real looker too!
Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Monday, December 22, 2014
Tri-color babies are born basically black and white. The tan comes in as they grow through their first 6 months of life. Below are a couple pictures of puppies at 5 days and then at 8 weeks. They have a lot more tan by that time!