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Breed Group: Hound
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Overview
The Beagle was originally bred for hunting purposes and does remarkably well. Being a scent hound, this breed has the tendency to follow his nose and ignore anything and everything so obedience training at an early age is a must. The Beagle originated as a cross between the Harrier and many other hounds in England. This breed does best when hunting hare, pheasant, or quail.
Character
The Beagle is full of energy and does great in a family environment. They are very lively, active, and high energy making a wonderful childs companion given the proper socialization. This breed is alert and of even temperament and should never show signs of aggression or timidity. The Beagle can be very mischievous and very bold at times so proper precautions must be taken when training and/or socializing this fun loving breed.

Does your Beagle bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
Temperament
The Beagle is an all around happy dog that makes a wonderful companion for many different families. This breed adapts to many different environments and lifestyles, if not all. The Beagle is very eager to please, and is very intelligent however training must be consistent as this breed tends to lose interest and focus on something that catches his attention. This breed does extremely well with children, and can do exceptionally well with other pets if socialized properly.
Care
Beagles should require daily brushing to remove any dead or loose hair. A wipe down with a damp towel should suffice for the bathing aspect, however a rubber, wire, or hard bristled brush would work best for the brushing aspect. The ears of this breed should be cleaned on a regular basis, as this breed is prone to painful ears or ear infections. The nails of the Beagle should also be trimmed. This breed is an average shedder, which can be controlled with regular combing.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
Coat
The Beagle has a hound type coat of medium length making grooming relatively easy for this breed. The hair should lie close to the body of the dog and should be hard, never soft or silky. The Beagle looks like a small English Foxhound. Beagles have a very sleek and shorthaired coat.
Training
The Beagle is very intelligent and very eager to please making him a wonderful student to work with. However, they do tend to lose interest fairly quickly as they are bound to pick up a scent and follow it. This is when obedience training definitely comes in handy. If properly trained, the Beagle should listen however, if not trained properly, ignoring is a big problem. Consistency and firm yet gentle handling is a must if this breed is to excel as they so desperately want to. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Beagle puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
Activity
The Beagle is fairly active and loves long and vigorous walks, as they are the outdoorsy type. Considering they have a very strong hunting instinct, this breed should always be kept on a leash or in a fenced in yard as he is bound to run off if something catches his interest. Two long daily walks are recommended, as this breed seems to have great stamina and be somewhat tireless. The Beagle responds best in a home with a large yard. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
18-30 lbs
Height
13 inches
Color(s)
any true hound color (tricolor)
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Clover Valley Beagles
Member Since: October 2004
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
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Established breeder of beagles for over 35 years. Pups have first set of shots and are wormed when ready to go. Raised around childen. Beagles make great house pets. Champion blood lines. Active members of local breed clubs.

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Anonymous asked:
Are Beagles good swimmers? We live in Fairhope and are interested in getting a Beagle puppy.

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Beagles are great family dogs and enjoy being with their families all the time. They are not known for being the best swimmers, but they can swim as long as they are introduced to the water slowly and positively. When selecting a puppy, bring a small kiddy pool with you, or large water dish and see which puppy takes to the water compared to the others.

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Are Beagles good with little children?

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Beagles are great little family companions and do really well with children that love to be outdoors and want to play. A well socialized and well-bred pup will bond closely with the children of the house and be happy to follow them around and get into mischief with them. As long as all interactions between the puppy/dog and the child are supervised until the child is dog-savvy and understands dog language and can gauge when a dog needs to be left alone; then let your little rascals play with the little rascal of the dog world.

Anonymous asked:
I recently rescued a laboratory Beagle. Toilet training her is a huge challenge. Any tips or advice?

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The Beagle, in general, is considered one of the hardest breeds to house train. A typical bred pup can take up to two years to house train. With a rescue, especially a laboratory one, it can be quite difficult. Since crate training does not work, I use the two-hour method. Have a timer set in the house that goes off every 2 hours -- and take the dog outside. When he/she uses the bathroom, praise with food and attention. If they do not, bring them back inside after 10 minutes and put them on a leash attached to you. Do not let the dog out of your sight at any time that you are home, have the dog tethered to you at all times. Within 2 - 3 weeks of this, the dog should be giving signals like whining, looking at you or sniffing the floor and they should be getting the hang of house training.

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Why do Beagle puppies bark so much? We love our Beagle pup and give her a lot of attention and companionship.

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Beagles come from the hound breed and if you did research on the breed before getting your pup; you'd understand that they are very barky and use that bark to alert their owners to a scent/animal that they are supposed to tract/find. This naturally barky breed needs a TON of exercise, as a tired dog is a good dog. Depending on the age of your pup, she should be getting two 20 minute walks a day if she is 6 months or younger. And if she is older then 6 months, she should be getting two 30 minute walks a day. Beagles need mental stimulation as well, so start working on obedience with some yummy treats and always praise your dog when she stops barking. Catch the quiet and praise for it, and she will learn what she should and should not bark at.

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Is the Beagle good with cats?

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You must do your research when it comes to different dog breeds. The Beagle is a part of the hound group, and the dogs in the hound group are hunting dogs. In which case that means that every dog in the hound group has some sort of level of prey drive. Now, the Beagle is a scenting hound and will follow it's nose anywhere, but they do love to chase small animals like squirrels. If the Beagle is raised from a puppy with a dog-savvy cat and taught to respect cats, then the Beagle should do just fine. But make sure that the cat has plenty of cat towers to perch on when he/she needs to get away from the dog.

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Updated: 8/27/2015