Beagle Breed Information

Beagle Breed Information

Overview

Temperament:

Caring, Curious, and Jolly

Height:  13 inches & under, 13-15 inches

Weight: under 20 pounds (13 inches & under), 20-30 pounds (13-15 inches)

Average life span: 10-15 years

Overview of

Beagles come in two sizes: Tiny which stands under 13 inches, and Standard between 13 and 15 inches. Other than height and weight everything else remains constant in this breed. They are a solid build decorated in fur which comes in the following colors; Lemon, Red & White, and Tricolor. Their face is adorned with big eyes long ears and a broadhead.

Those who have had the pleasure of experiencing this breed describe them as one of the perfect companions. They do well with any size family and typically love children. Also being a bit of a pack animal Beagles generally enjoy the company of other canines.

How Is It Grooming a Beagle

These puppies have a dense double coat which becomes thicker during the winter season. Shedding will occur with this breed, so to help against finding stray hairs around the house weekly brushing is necessary. A simple rubber grooming mitt or hound glove will help remove the loose hairs from the coat. Bath time shouldn’t be too frequent, once a month should be sufficient for the breed.

Exercising This a Beagle Puppy

Beagles are a high energy dog, so daily exercise should be worked into your daily routine. Because these dogs are pack animals it means that exercise time isn’t something they will do solo. They enjoy the company of others during playtime, so just leaving them in a fenced-in yard won’t be enough. This practice could actually lead to some unwanted behavior from your Beagle. Now if they do have a canine companion they will be ok frolicking with their buddy. Beagles are also masters of escaping, so if you do plan to leave them off-leash and unsupervised be sure the area is fenced in well and any and all holes and gaps are filled. This is also a breed that should not be off-leash no matter how well “trained” the pup is. Beagle puppies are have a natural instinct for hunting, so scent hounds it will be difficult for them to resist not pursing interesting scents.

Training A Beagle Puppy

Training a Beagle puppy should come with fair ease, especially if there is an older pup in the house. They are quite intelligent and pick up on what is “ good behavior.” If not early socialization, like with any dog is recommended. As for harsh techniques it is always advised against, Beagle respond better to positive reinforcement and patience.

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