March 14, 2021 2 min read

As a lively, affectionate dog, the beagle prefers company. This breed can be quite destructive and bark superfluous if left alone.

 

Briefly about the beagle
The Beagle Dog Breed

Beagles are very friendly. Do not trust them to guard your house. They like to bark when they meet an intruder, but not much more than that.

Size:

Weight range :

Male: 10-20 kg
Female: 10-20 kg

Height at the withers :

Male: 38 cm

Female: 33 cm

Characteristics:

Fluttering ears (natural)

Expectations:

Energy level : Average
Lifespan : 12-15
Tendency to drool: Small Tendency to snore : Small
Tendency to bark : Large
Tendency to dig : Small Attention : Large

Bred for:

Hunting for rabbits, hare

By:

Length : Short
Characteristics : Flat
Colors : Any real dog color
General need for care and attention : Small

Recognized in club context:

Prevalence : Common

Beagles come in two main sizes.

Some are about 30 cm tall or under and weigh around 10 kg. The second size group is between 30 and 40 cm high and weighs around 15-20 kg.

Beagles are muscular, solid dogs with a slightly arched skull. Their muzzle is square and the nose is wide. The ears are long and drooping. Their chest is deep, their backs are straight, and they have a medium-length tail that is carried high. The breed has a smooth-haired, dense coat that is usually black, golden brown and white.

Personality:

Beagles are considered everywhere to be good with other pets and children. They are lively and loving dogs. They like company, on the other hand, and can howl and be destructive if left alone. According to a dog handbook, beagles are also at the top of the list for improper barking. They can be difficult with obedience training and house training.

Living with:

Beagles are active and curious dogs. They are also hunting dogs, so they can roam by nature. It is important to make sure that they do not have the opportunity to roam, either by keeping them confined in a fenced garden or standing on a leash outside the house.

Beagles are friendly little dogs. Do not trust them to guard your house. They like to bark when they meet an intruder, but hardly do anything more than wag their tails.

The short coat is incredibly easy to care for and requires only minimal fur care and perhaps a bath on a rare occasion. After the puppy stage, it is important to keep an eye on your calorie intake, as some beagles can put on weight quite easily. Life expectancy for the beagle is 12 years.

Origin:

The Beagle breed has existed for hundreds of years and is one of the most famous breeds in the world. According to a racial historian, the Beagles were written about as early as the 15th century.

Beagles are descended from hunting dogs that hunted in packs of hunters on foot in England, Wales and France. A type known as the "pocket beagle" was used to hunt horseback. Because the dogs were less than 25 cm tall, they could sit in the jacket pocket until the hunt began. The beagle is best known for rabbit hunting, but the breed is also used to hunt animals, from jackals to wild boar.

Although some beagles are still used for hunting alone or in packs, most beagles today are devoted to family dogs.

Jan Helge Mathisen
Jan Helge Mathisen


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