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Description: The Beagle has soft brown or hazel eyes that give way to their warm personality but do not reveal their admirable courage and stamina. A truly trustworthy friend can be found in Beagles and they makes a great family pet as they are eager to romp and play. Beagles are a good watchdog as they can be trained to hunt. Known as the "singing Beagle," they have a sweet hunting voice, but if left alone may howl. Training will alleviate this problem, and they usually do not howl when inside the house with family. They will adapt well to a home or kennel environment, but new owners should be aware of natural hunting instincts and they should not be left alone for long periods of time. Beagles come in a variety of colors, but usually with white feet and chest, as well as the tip of their tail, with tan and black markings on their backs. They are small and lean, and slightly longer than they are tall. Beagles have ears that naturally droop down. The Beagle also has excellent scenting abilities, as they are of the Hound group, and will follow a scent if given the opportunity. Known for their short stature and sweet disposition, Beagles make excellent companion and hunting dogs.
Other Names: English Beagle
White, black, tan, red, lemon and blue mottle. They can be any
combination of Hound colors other than liver. Chest is always white. Tricolor
Beagles are almost always born black and white, with brown and other spots appearing
later on in life. Some Beagles change colors most of their lives.
are gentle, lovable, curious, and good working dogs. Beagles are very playful,
Watch-dog: High, will bark
Care and Training:
Grooming consists of massaging the skin with your fingers or brushing
with a firm bristle brush. Bathe only when necessary with a mild or dry shampoo.
Keep a check on their ears for signs of infection and trim the nail regularly.
Exercise is needed on a leash as the Beagle has a tendency to roam. A large
back yard will take care of most of the Beagles exercise requirements. They
will respond well to basic obedience training, but are not extremely easy to
Activity: High; active and
inquisitive. Needs a fence as they may wander in search of a scent.
Health Issues: Congenital heart disease, spinal problems, epilepsy, invertebral disk disease, hip dysplasia and skin conditions. They also have a tendency to become obese. Possible health issues include Cleft palate, luxating patellas, hypothyroidism, and reproductive disorders.
Life Span: 12 - 15 years
Country of Origin:
First Registered by the AKC:
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