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We love to hear from stories from our adopters! Each one of these beagles touches our lives in a special way - hearing the "Happy Tails" makes everything we do worthwhile! Below are just a few examples of some of our happy beagle tails!

Read all of the Happy Tails by paging through them below (stories are listed from newest to oldest) or click on a name to go to a specific article.

Do you have your own Happy Tail story about adopting a B.O.N.E.S. beagle that you'd like to share? Please send it, along with any pictures, to happytails@bonesbeagles.org.

Abby Annabelle Bagel Bailey Barney & Hanna Baron
Beaglet Bella & Cissy Bluegill Bob Bodie Bradley
Bubba Buddy Buddy Buddy Buster Candy
Canyon Chloe Connor Cookie Daisy Dexter
Ellie Mae Ethel Eva Eve Fender (Barry) Franklin
Frasier (Foster) Gracie Grady Gus Gypsy Haley
Happy (Beauty) Harley (Charlie) Henry Herbie & Snoopy Hobie (Henry) Jake
Jake Jasper Keifer Kingsley & Missy Kramer Logan
Lola Lola Maggie (Marigold) Magic McKinley Mercedes (Maddie)
Merlin Missy Molly Monty Murphy Nina
Patch & Marco Petey (Plato) Piper (Britta) Puppum (Trevor) Redmond Riley
Roscoe Ruthie Sadie Sadie Sebastian Sidney
Sir Rufus Skeeter Skippy Skylar Spencer Spike
Tawny Tess Thelma Thelma & Silver Vince (Buddy) Winnie (Cara)
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Ethel

Ethel Little Miss Ethel has had a difficult life. Her first 4 or 5 years were spent in a puppy mill in Indiana. She then did a stint in Libby's Senior Haven and appears to have been an adoptive failure at some point.

Fortunately for Ethel she joined the BONES program in early 2007 and had the great fortune to become part of the Springer family where she learned all about love, good food and beagle brothers.

We found Ethel in July when the hole in our heart from losing our beloved Jasper was so big we didn't think it would ever heal. It was as if she was waiting for us. She is our little wiggle worm, love bug, cutie pie. She has fit beautifully into our household.

She loves our early AM walks and arroos like crazy at all of the smells that mysteriously appear overnight. We've found she's afraid of the water at the pond, loves the woods and to socialize with the neighbors and neighbor dogs. We love you Ethel!

Tina and Dan Bellomy