The Daily Digital

Chronicling the lives of the Kramer beagles and their hard-working domestic help.

  • Email

    d a i l y d i g i t a l < A T >
    l a u r i e k r a m e r
    < D O T > c o m

Ferris & Jack, Olive and Millie

Posted by laurie on February 4, 2014


Kim writes:

This is Ferris on the left, Jack on the right. They are holding fast attention to the hot dog my husband is holding just out of the picture. We adopted Ferris almost 4 years ago along with Maxine(1995-09/17/2011) Jack rescued us June 14, 2012. All are Seattle Beagle Rescue Alumni.


Lauren writes:

Olive (on the right in the first picture) is a 3 year old SOS Beagle alum, while 5 year old Millie came from a rescue group called Cattitudes. They’re tiny beagle girls, tipping the scales at 12 and 15 lbs. respectively. Olive is a bit of a tomboy while Millie is more of a regal beagle. In the first picture they’re posing for a Christmas portrait (with the help of some off-camera treats) and in the second they’re curling up for a nap together.


19 Responses to “Ferris & Jack, Olive and Millie”

  1. harperlea said

    Wow! What pretty beagles!!!
    Love the intent looks on Ferris and Jack’s faces! Olive and Millie have that same look in the cute Christmas picture!
    But the last one of Olive and Millie snuggled together is priceless!
    Thanks for sharing your sweet pups Kim and Lauren!!!

  2. Karen S. said


  3. Gypsy & Trents dad said


  4. Kaye - Bode's mum said

    Look at the smile on Jack’s face! Does he always smile? Bode only looks like he’s smiling when he’s panting. All four pictures are great, and strengthens my belief that beagles are really meant to be pairs (if not a pack)!

  5. JC said

    So cute! I could never get my Baxter to sit still for a treat, he would always be jumping for it… love how these guys are so intent but so disciplined!

  6. Susan in DE said

    More adorabeagleness!! :->

  7. Sue - Barney, Jodi & Huggy's Mom said

    I just love the pictures of your babies. I agree, they should come in pairs-if not packs.

    Thanks for the smiles.

  8. Spunky's Mom said

    All the beagles are adorable – but I have to say Olive’s little face is extra precious. I want to smooch them all!

  9. Cathy, Gomez, Lily & Mr. Peabz said

    Well as usual with pictures of beagles all I can say is How CUTE! I just love that cuddled up brace of beagle girls, and those Ferris and Jack faces are too much.

  10. Gunner and Bailey's mom Anne said

    Such great poses! so cute. I have not watched the puppy bowl yet but there was another show early Sunday called “too cute” on Animal Planet that had beagle puppies from 3 weeks until 10 weeks when they get adopted out. cute overload! you might be able to find the episode online.

    • I’ve seen “Too Cute” in passing. My husband puts it on if the morning local news isn’t on (read sports instead). It is Too Cute. I’ll have to remind myself to watch it more.

      Harper, the weird looking basset hound in Puppy Bowl was Van Helsing. I only saw him in passing as I did not watch the whole thing. I thought the announcer made a mistake, but now I remember someone earlier talking that there were different kinds of bassets. Still, he was “Too Cute”.

  11. Julie, JB & Cassie's Mum in the UK said

    Such sweetie pies, love the picture of the girls curried up together! They are so tiny – my two weigh around 19 kilos each!!! Neither of them is fat, they both walk a lot and their weight is due to muscle.

  12. Susan in DE said

    Speaking of Puppy Bowl and cute beagles on TV, we saw a rerun of “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” yesterday. It featured the Parkette Drive-In in Lexington, KY, with a cameo appearance by a beagle, which is VERY funny. Go to the Youtube link below, and zoom ahead to 2:40 on the segment, and watch the guy in the red pickup truck. Coming from the back seat is first the paw, then the snoot!

    We’ve stopped at Sonic Drive-Ins when traveling with our hounds, and they’re not quite that bad!

  13. The pictures this morning are amazing. I can’t image a beagle only 12 pounds, but then again, Julie, 19 kilos is 42 pounds!! We had a beagle named Wiley in the neighborhood that was close to 50 pounds. I called him Wombat Wiley.

    • Susan in DE said

      Wombat Wiley, that’s hilarious! My sister has a fawn colored American Cocker Spaniel named Darby that is very tall and very obese, although a very sweet dog. My husband calls him, “The Manatee” (I guess they don’t have them in England … they’re big marine mammals that hang in the Florida waterways in the US, they’re similar to the dugongs of the Indo-Pacific).

  14. Luana, Cody, and Henry said

    Love all the pix of your adorabeagles!

    Olive and Millie are such petite little girls. Picking them up and carrying them around would be much easier than picking up Cody (and Henry too, for that matter!)

  15. Carolyn Campbell, Reno, Nevada said

    They are both so precious!

Leave a Reply to Susan in DE Cancel reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: