Beagle Dogs

December 10, 2012 9:26pm CST
Beagles are friendly dogs and are characteristically curious. When you notice a beagle, chances are you will see it with its nose to the ground, tracing something. As they were initially bred hunting dogs, beagles keep on things always. Beagles have a liking to dig out of yards and sprint after something that they are chasing and this can form a trouble for the beagle owner. The average lifespan of beagles is about 12 to 15 years. These dogs necessitate compassion on a number of facades and their size is small dog but their nature is a hunt through and through. They have flaws yet for those who are ready to make a try, have the acceptance for training and are exploring for an incredible small dog and give the Beagle another.
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@redredrose (1107)
• United States
24 Feb 13
When i dated my hubby his parents had a beagle and it used to dig in the yard like crazy to hide her bones. So i knew about the yard thing and the digging. I never knew tho they were originally bred for hunting. That is an interesting fact. My hubby's beagle lived to be about 16 before they had to put her to sleep because she was so sick and no cure for her. So yeah beagles can live a long life. I think i want a beagle for my next dog. Right now i have 2 dogs. One is a shi-tzu the other is a german shepard chow mix.
@toyota4k (1212)
• Philippines
15 Jan 13
Yes I have noticed that and I find them cute but I never have owned one. I only had a dachshund, Great Dane, Dalmatian, Shitzu and my present dog is a Pitbul
@ctryhnny (3463)
• United States
11 Dec 12
Years ago I had a beagle and he was the best dog I ever had. We got him when he was 3 months old and he was very easy to train. His only problem was that we lived across the street from a football field where they did fireworks on the 4th of July and the noise scared the life out of him so we went to a vet and once a year on the 4th we gave him a pill to calm him down. Of course when I got divorced my ex kept him. He lived for over ten years after I left of old age!
@natliegleb (5184)
• India
11 Dec 12
i like that track and wonderful range of dogs hunting around without any flaws
@subhojit10 (7382)
• India
11 Dec 12
Thanks a ton for sharing this discussion. Well yes u are absolutely right, although i have never seen Beagles in real life but i have seen them on TV screens and most of the time they are seen poking their nose to the ground. Initially i was a bit puzzled about this behavior but later on i got to know that they do it on a daily basis and they try to get things out of the ground also. I know it must be difficult for the Beagle owners to control them as they are good at sprinting also. What say?