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Beagle Mixes

What is a Beagle Mix? Beagle mix dogs are the offspring of Beagle crossed with another dog breed. Examples of Beagle Mixes include Cheagles that are the offspring of Beagle mixed with a Chihuahua. Another good example of Beagle mix is Poogle, which is a mix between a Poodle and a Beagle. Puggle dogs are also Beagle mixes where a Beagle dog is mixed with a Pug.

Why would dog breeders decide to create Beagle Mix dogs? If you are familiar with a Beagle breed, you know that Beagles have friendly and sociable temperaments, they have few health issues and they are known for their longevity. There are many good things about Beagles that so many dog owners are fond of. Crossing a Beagle dog with another dog breed can lead to dogs that can potentially inherit so many positive qualities from the Beagle dog breed.

If you are considering getting a Beagle mix, be prepared for an athletic pet that requires a lot of exercise during the day. Many Beagle mix dogs are active and need plenty of space where the dog can happily use the generous amount of energy that is naturally present in this mix. Most Beagle mixes create sturdy dogs that inherit Beagle's easygoing and sociable nature. Beagle mix dogs tend to get along with everyone they meet, from new people to new dog friends.

Beagles are scent hounds and are famous for their natural desire to follow a scent. This trait can be inherited by Beagle mixes. If you own a Beagle mix dog and notice that the dog enjoys following a scent when outdoors, it's the Beagle's genes that make the dog so fascinated with this activity. Beagles as well as many Beagle mixes explore the world with their noses. Beagle mix dogs are trainable but can easily get distracted when they notice a new scent. Start training your Beagle Mix indoors, where there are fewer distractions and your pet can concentrate better. Always keep your Beagle mix on a leash when outdoors as they may be prone to getting lost by following a scent. Leash-free running is only safe in an enclosed, fenced area.

Another trait that Beagles may pass on to their Beagle Mix offspring is their love for barking. Beagle mixes can be noisy and enjoy to bark for a reason and without one. Whether your Beagle Mix is hungry, excited or just happy to see you, chances are the dog will announce his feelings by barking. Beagle crossbreeds where both parent dogs tend to bark more than average produce Beagle mix puppies that also will have a tendency to bark frequently.

One of the advantages to owning a Beagle mix dog is that many Beagle mixes, just like their Beagle side of the family are friendly towards other dogs, making them suitable for families who have multiple dogs. Non-aggressive and sociable Beagle mix dogs are suitable for people who can be with the dog most of the time because Beagle mixes really dislike being left alone even for short periods of time.

Do Beagle Mix dogs produce a lot of shedding? Beagles are notorious for abundant shedding and most Beagle mix dogs will produce a significant amount of shedding especially during the fall and spring seasons. Managing Beagle mix shedding can be accomplished by frequent brushing using a deshedding coat brush such as Furminator.

Beagle Mix dogs

List of different Beagle mixes
  1. Cheagle dog. Chihuahua Beagle Mix
  2. Puggle dog. Pug Beagle Mix
  3. Shepherd Beagle Mix
  4. Beaglier dog. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Beagle Mix
  5. Poogle dog. Poodle Beagle Mix
  6. Pomeagle dog. Pomeranian Beagle Mix
  7. Beagador dog. Lab Beagle Mix
  8. Bogle dog. Boxer Beagle Mix
  9. Beabull dog. English Bulldog Beagle Mix
Chihuahua and Beagle Mix (Cheagle)
Beagle mixes Small Beagle mixes include Cheagle. Cheagles are crossbreeds between a Beagle and a Chihuahua. Most Cheagles are small dogs with big personalities. Active and playful Cheagle dogs make great family pets for active families who have plenty of time to dedicate to a family dog. This Beagle mix may feature short coat or longer coat that is similar in texture to that of a long-hair Chihuahua dog. Cheagles may not be the easiest dog to train, especially if this Beagle mix inherits the Beagle's stubborn temperament. At the same time this Beagle cross is affectionate and enjoys to be around the family. Many Cheagles enjoy barking and they need plenty of mental and physical exercise during the day. Cheagle dog has the potential to be a longevity champion as both, Beagles and Chihuahuas are among the longest lived dog breeds. This Beagle cross is also among the healthiest dog mixes since both parents are among healthiest dog breeds with few potential health issues.

Cheagle pros and cons

Different types of Beagle mixes

Pug and Beagle Mix (Puggle)
Best Beagle mixes Puggle is one of the most popular mixed dog breeds that are developed by crossing a Beagle with a Pug. Good-natured and amiable Puggles make wonderful companion pets for seniors and for families with older kids. This is another Beagle mix that can be either small or medium in size. Puggles are also tend to be more calm than many other Beagle Mixes, making them more suitable for living in an apartment than many other Beagle crossbreeds. Sociable and playful Puggles get along with everyone in the family and they also tend to be friendly towards unfamiliar people.

Jack Russell Terrier and Beagle Mix (Jackabee)
Jackabee is on the list of Beagle mixes and this dog comes from crossing a Beagle with a Jack Russell Terrier. Jackabees are known for their fearless and strong character. This small but confident dog may be too much to handle for a novice dog owner. Jackabees are high energy dogs that are most suitable for active owners with some experience in dog training. How much exercise does a Jackabee dog needs daily? This Beagle Mix dog requires from one to two hours of walking and playing during the day. In additions, allowing the dog to follow a scent helps to keep your Jackabee pup mentally stimulated, which is very important for this dog. What happens if this Beagle mix doesn't get the recommended amount of exercise? Energetic dogs such as Jackabee may start developing various behavior problems when they don't get sufficient exercise. From barking to destroying the couch or other things around the home, this dog will try to keep himself or herself busy doing something that offers an outlet for all that energy. That is one of the reasons why it is important to consider your lifestyle and the exercise needs of dog breeds that you are considering. Jackabees may possess a strong hunting instinct and if you have other small pets at home, socializing a Jackabee puppy to other small pets can be key to a harmonious relationship down the road. This Beagle mix dog may be tempted to chase small animals in the park and it is best to always keep the dog on a leash in any open areas. Only let your Jackabee dog run free in a fenced environment to prevent your pet from escaping. Excessive barking may be one of behavior problems that Jackabee owners may have to manage.

Beagle Shepherd
Beagle Shepherd dog is a mix between a purebred Beagle and German Shepherd. Since both of the parent breeds are working dogs, expect your Beagle Shepherd to be a high energy dog that needs to stay busy during the day. This Beagle mix can be from medium to large in size and needs an owner who can keep this dog busy in productive ways. Beagle Shepherds are engaging companion animals. It is difficult to predict the temperament of a Beagle mix dog and depending on which temperament traits the dog inherits a Beagle Shepherd can be either a very friendly and sociable dog more like a Beagle, or more protective and alert if the dog inherits the typical traits of a German Shepherd parent. Shepherd Beagle mix requires a couple of hours of walking and exercise during the day to channel the dog's energy into a positive direction. Keep in mind that this Beagle mix is not suitable for people who are not able to spend most of the day with the family dog. Shepherd Beagle mix dogs are not suitable for living in a small city apartment with little exercise. This active Beagle mix requires a couple of hours per day of walking and playing in order to stay in best mental and physical health.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Beagle Mix (Beaglier)
Beaglier dogs are a mix between Beagle and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Beaglier dogs make great companion pets for people who want a more even-tempered and calmer version of a Beagle dog. Beagliers are very attached to their owners and they really dislike being left home alone even for a short time. This Beagle mix is active and playful and needs from one to two hours of walking every day. Beagliers that inherit Cavalier King Charles Spaniel's coat type may require more extensive grooming than Beagliers with shorter coat. When it comes to shedding, be prepared to manage this Beagle Mix's shedding by frequent brushing. Using a deshedding tool helps to remove most of the dead hair from the dog's coat, thus minimizing the amount of dog's hair on the floor and on the furniture.

Beagle and English Bulldog Mix (Beabull)
One of the calmest Beagle mixes is a Beabull, which is a cross between a Beagle and English Bulldog. Beabulls are medium size dogs that combine the physical as well as temperament qualities of the two breeds. Beabulls tend to be more stubborn and need a patient owner beacause training this dog will be challenging at times. Beabulls are laid back and make great medium size apartment dogs. Beabulls tend to have fewer health issues than purebred Bulldogs since they often feature a longer snout that allows the dog to have less breathing issues that are often seen in brachycephalic dog breeds. Beabulls are family-friendly and are great for more experienced dog owners who can bring the best qualities from this Beagle mix dog.

Beagle Lab Mix (Beagador)
Beagador is a larger Beagle Mix that is developed by crossing a Beagle with Labrador Retriever. Since both, Beagles and Labs are known for their friendly and playful temperament which makes them suitable as family dogs. Lab and Beagle mix dogs are very active and need a home with a large fenced yard where Beagador can exercise and spend some energy. Several daily walks are necessary to keep this dog in good shape both mentally and physically. This large Beagle mix requires a couple of hours of walking each day and is most suitable for active families that live in the suburbs or in a rural area where the dog can enjoy plenty of space. There are several reasons why Beagadors are not fit as apartment dogs. This Beagle mix can be loud - barking is one of the hobbies of most Beagle mixes. Beagadors are medium to large in size, high-energy dogs and they need lots of space which may be an issue in a small apartment. Is this Beagle mix suitable for families with kids? Beagadors are great with kids and they enjoy the energy that comes with children. Many Beagle Mixes are prone to overeating that may result in obesity. Since both, Labs and Beagles enjoy eating, so does their offspring. Owners of this Beagle mix need to pay attention to the dog's weight and offer sufficent amount of daily exercise as well as healthy diet that is important for keeping your Beagador fit and healthy for many years to come.

Boxer Beagle Mix (Bogle dog or Boggle dog)
A mix between a Boxer dog and a Beagle is called a Bogle. This medium size Beagle mix is full of energy and combines the exuberant energy of a Boxer dog with the friendly and easygoing Beagle. Bogle dogs make great family dogs and are suitable for active families who have lots of time to dedicate to a companion pet. Beagle and Boxer mix dogs may inherit temperament as well as appearance traits from both breeds. Early socialization and obedience training are important for the Beagle cross dog in order to raise a well-behaved family pet. Families with very young children may want to wait until the kids are older before getting a Bogle dog. Bogle puppies are demanding in terms of time and attention and need an owner who can spend plenty of time on caring for, training and socializing this Beagle Mix dog. How demanding are Boxer Beagle Mix dogs when it comes to grooming? Although Bogle dogs feature a short coat, this Beagls mix produces a surprising amount of shedding and require regular brushing with a deshedding brush. Bogle dogs are more suitable for homes with a spacious yard where the dog can stretch legs and have a nice exercise to burn off some energy.

Poodle and Beagle Mix (Poogle)
Beagle mix dog Poogle is a crossbreed that is developed by crossing a Beagle and a Poodle. This Beagle mix tends to respond well to obedience training. Poogles may inherit many desirable traits from their parent breeds that include a friendly temperament and high intelligence. Poogles are active dogs that need from one to two hours of walking and playing during the day. Some Poogles may enjoy following a scent - a trait that is inherited from the Beagle side of the family. This Beagle mix is versatile in size and may be smaller in case a Beagle parent was crossed with a Miniature Poodle, or larger if one of the the parent breeds is a Standard Poodle.

Poogle pros and cons

Pomeranian and Beagle Mix (Pomeagle) Pomeagle is a cross between a Beagle and Pomeranian dogs. Pomeagles are smart but can be independent-minded and not willing to cooperate when it comes to obedience training. This Beagle mix may feature a short coat that is similar to Beagle's coat or a longer coat that is inherited from the Pomeranian side of the family. The longer coat requires more maintenance that may include trimming and keeping mats and tangles at bay by frequent brushing. Pomeagles enjoy recreational barking and are often noisy pets. Like most Beagle mixes, Pomeagles need a good amount of mental and physical stimulation during the day. Pomeagles make good family dogs for adults and for families with older kids.

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