Earlier this week, Eric Harper’s friend Jen Crain posted on her Facebook page: “I need more Find the Beagle! And I’m here with her.
Last week Eric shared a series of photos on social media that literally challenged his friends to find the Beagle. They quickly became immensely popular among her Facebook friends and I knew I had to share them so that you all could play the game too.
First of all, Eric’s dog is adorable. She is about seven years old. He actually found it in a parking lot in Franklin and knew he had to have it. Obviously, as you can see from the photos below, she has made her own home and feels great there and all around.
Now you might be wondering, “What’s the name of the beagle?” I was wondering the same, so I asked Eric. His answer ? “Beagle!” Guess we can call this game – Find Beagle the Beagle. MDR!
Here’s the first photo Eric shared! Granted, the initial post only ranked around 3 on the 1-10 difficulty scale.
Here is the second! It ranked at around a 2.
Then the challenge started to get exponentially more difficult.
I have looked at this photo several times and I cannot find this dog.
It took me a while to find the Beagle in this one, but I was finally able to locate it.
Here’s Eric’s most recent Find the Beagle challenge. I’ll admit. This one is about an 8 and I have no idea where this dog is. Heck, maybe that makes it a 10.
So what are you saying Can you find the Beagle?
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