Beagle Harrier

Type: Hunting Dog

Height: 18-20 in,

Weight: 44-55 lbs.

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Country of Origin: France

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Description: The Beagle Harrier is the crossbreed of the Beagle and Harrier. It was thought to combine the best of two breed's aimed at improving hunting abilities. The Beagle Harrier should stand midway between its two parent breeds.

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Colors: Tri-colored, often black-blanketed.

Coat: Smooth and tri-colored.

Temperament: Is sound

With Children: Enjoys the company of children.

With Pets: Also enjoys the company of other dogs.

History: The Beagle Harrier was developed in 1920's by Baron Gerard Grandin de l"Epriever with the aim of combining all the hunting abilities of the Beagle and Harrier. It was mainly developed to hunt hare, although now it also hunts the fox, wild boar, and deer.

Class: Hound

Registries: FCI (Group 6)