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Breed Group: Hound
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
18-30 lbs
13 inches
any true hound color (tricolor)
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How much do Beagle puppies cost?

The cost to buy a Beagle varies greatly and depends on many factors such as the breeders' location, reputation, litter size, lineage of the puppy, breed popularity (supply and demand), training, socialization efforts, breed lines and much more. Review how much Beagle puppies for sale sell for below.

The current median price for all Beagles sold is $535.00. This is the price you can expect to budget for a Beagle with papers but without breeding rights nor show quality. Expect to pay less for a puppy without papers, however, we do not recommend buying a puppy without papers.

Looking for a dog with a superior lineage? Are you trying to determine how much a puppy with breeding rights and papers would cost? You should expect to pay a premium for a puppy with breeding rights or even for a puppy advertised as show quality with papers. You should budget anywhere from $1,200 upwards to $6,000 or even more for a Beagle with top breed lines and a superior pedigree. The average cost for all Beagles sold is $500.

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What can I expect to pay for a puppy?

Median Price: $535.00
Average Price: $500.00
Top Quality: $1,200.00 to $6,000.00

*Data sourced from the sale of 15267 Beagle puppies across the United States on

Annual cost of owning a Beagle puppy

Before buying a puppy it is important to understand the associated costs of owning a dog. The annual cost or "upkeep" is often overlooked when determining a Beagles true ownership cost. When calculating your budget make sure you account for the price of food, vaccines, heartworm, deworming, flea control, vet bills, spay/neuter fees, grooming, dental care, food, training and supplies such as a collar, leash, crate, bed, bowls, bones, and toys. All of these items can add up quickly so make sure you estimate anywhere from $500 - $2,000 or more for the first year then about $500 - $1,000 or more every year thereafter to meet the annual financial obligations of your growing, loving dog.

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Most Popular Beagle Names for 2019

We've compiled the top 20 male and female names for 2017 after analyzing the sale of 15267 Beagle dogs.
  • 1. Buddy
  • 2. Hunter
  • 3. Daisy
  • 4. Buster
  • 5. Toby
  • 6. Bella
  • 7. Lilly
  • 8. Tucker
  • 9. Bailey
  • 10. Max
  • 11. Sadie
  • 12. Molly
  • 13. Abby
  • 14. Missy
  • 15. Jake
  • 16. Ben
  • 17. Cooper
  • 18. Tanner
  • 19. Annie
  • 20. Gracie

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Member Since: June 2005
Location: Texoma, Texas
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We are dedicated breeders of Olde English Pocket Beagles and are involved in their restoration from the brink of extinction. As a husband & wife team, we raise only the highest quality of Pocket Beagles that are available today in the United States. We invest a lot of time, money, love, and attention into each Olde English Pocket Beagle. All of our dogs that we use for our breeding program are 11" or smaller. Our smallest little dog is 8"! We carefully screen all of our Olde English Pocket Beagles for any defects and determine temperament before deciding to use them as part of our breeding program. We pride ourselves in raising beautiful, high quality puppies. We ship our puppies through out the USA and Cananda. All of our puppies leave our kennel with full registration, vet certified health certificates, shot & deworming records, a health guarantee, and very, well socialized. Purchase an Olde English Pocket Beagle from the top breeder in the nation!

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Anonymous asked:
What is the average life span of a Beagle?



The Beagle's average life span is 12 - 15 years.


My Levi lived to 17 1/2.


I have been blessed to have two that lived to be over 20 years! Treat them like your child and love them the same!!

Anonymous asked:
Do Beagles bark often?



In short, yes. Beagles are talkers and enjoy the sound of their voice. They will talk when they are happy, when they are sad, and when they want to be heard. The first thing all Beagle owners need to do is to work on self control and a good stop cue to keep your Beagle from talking up a storm.


It really depends on the training. Some will bark more often than others, but if you train them to be quiet they can be a very quiet dog.

Anonymous asked:
Are Beagle's easy to train?



Beagles are from the Hound Group, a group of dogs whom are loyal, sweet and stubborn all at the same time. Though it takes more time to train a Beagle, they are well worth the wait. Utilizing positive reinforcement methods and starting your training early, being consistent and taking your pup to obedience classes will give you the best start to get your Beagle pup trained quickly.


I do want to say that the Beagle is somewhat of an escape artist. My male Jubal went through a plate glass window in my garage and was out and having fun with no injuries. That took about 6 hours. About a month after that he chewed through a corrugated garage which was aluminum garage door and got through and had silver on his teeth for a month. The vet got a great kick out of that. After that we called Jubal Houdini. I loved him so. Good night Houdini wherever you are. I miss you so.

Anonymous asked:
Do Beagles bark and howl all the time when being left alone?



Beagles are a part of the hound group and are very vocal. They are vocal when they are happy, sad, excited, lonely, etc. However, a properly trained and exercised Beagle can be calm while being left alone. This breed needs an average of an hour to an hour and a half of exercise a day. A good half an hour to forty-five-minute walk or run at the dog park (fenced); before going to work is a good amount of exercise to keep your Beagle calm while you are at work.


I had my Beagle for 14 yrs and he was vocal to a point if I were alone I made sure he would let the neighbors know I had a ferocious dog but in reality it was my little dog protecting what was his.

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



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.


We had two wonderful Beagle's that we adored. They loved to 'swim' in a lake where they could gradually get in, but not a pool per say. Best dogs we ever had.


I have had four Beagles since I was 18years old. I am now 68 years old and getting another one. To many great memories not to. All mine could swim easily. But don't force the issue. Go slowly. Half the time my beagles would stay in the 12" pool all day. Good night Jubal, Annie, Bo, and Clancy where ever you are. kevin

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Updated: 2/20/2019