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Beaglier At a Glance
Country of Origin:
Not recognized by any major kennel club
Small to Medium. Weight: 10-25 lbs; Height: 12-16 inches
Hard, medium, short, and wavy
Lemon and White, Pink and White, Orange and White, Black and Tan
10 to 13 years
Affection Level – 100
Barking Tendencies – 50
Cat Friendly – 60
Cold Weather Tolerance – 60
Exercise Needs – 100
General Health – 70
Grooming Needs – 50
Hot Weather Tolerance – 60
Intelligence – 80
Kid Friendly – 100
Playfulness – 100
Shedding Level – 60
Social Needs – 70
Watchdog Ability – 10
Did You Know?
This dog breed is a cross between two breeds, the Beagle and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.
This dog breed is a cross between two breeds, the Beagle and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. The Beaglier is a designer canine notably common in Australia.
This dog breed is small to medium in size. Usually, this dog has the shorter muzzle of the Cavalier and the scenting abilities of the Beagle. Both breeds are avid hunters. Beagliers have giant, expressive eyes and are vigorous and athletic.
This dog breed is playful, good natured, mild and curious. Beagliers are also affectionate, calm and outgoing. This breed loves human interaction and does not like to be left alone for prolonged periods. The dog gets along well with older, considerate children and other dogs, but not with cats and other household pets. This breed makes a good watchdog and will alert their household to visitors or abnormal sounds.
Regular brushing is advisable to remove loose and lifeless hair on their coat. To preserve the natural oils of the coat, the breed should only be bathed when absolutely necessary. The ears need to be checked and cleaned regularly. This breed is vulnerable to epilepsy, ear infection, heart illness and patella luxation.
The coat of this breed is medium in length, close and hard. It may also be slightly wavy and silky.
Beaglier Training & Activity
This dog breed has stubborn tendencies and early socialization and obedience training is recommended for the breed. These dogs do not respond well to harsh or heavy-handed methods. Training should be performed with firmness, fairness, persistence and consistency.
This dog breed adapts well to most environments, provided that they are sufficiently exercised. They are very energetic breed and prefer ample space to romp and run. They take pleasure in leashed walks and family activities. Because of their hunting tendencies they should always be leashed and in a secure area.