|Good on leash|
Charlie Brown does great in his crate but will be a howler in the beginning if he’s in a new place. After a day or so, he settles down and goes right to bed. He has the most magnificent beagle bay and could probably win a howling contest! Because of his loud voice, he is probably not a fit for apartment life. Charlie Brown loves other dogs but when he first meets them, he is cautious. Given time to warm up, he can be friends with anybody! Charlie Brown loves to play fetch with a tennis ball. He will chase it and bring it back over and over. He will also go grab his ball when you ask where his ball is, and he will occupy himself rolling and pawing the ball if there is no one to throw it. He loves bell rubs, snuggling, and giving kisses if it’s allowed. He loves all treats. When he’s bored in the house, he will grab a bone and find a spot to settle down with it. He loves to explore and is curious about what his people are doing.