The Beaglier is a cross between a Beagle and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, and they are adorable bundles of affection and all around friendliness. These pups will never want to be alone and soak up all of the attention they can get. They adapt well to apartment living, as long as they are being played with and are getting the exercise they need. Sometimes Beagliers can be really easy to train, and other times they can be really stubborn. It is important to use positive reinforcement with these pups, and treats as rewards can be very beneficial. With a patient owner that is willing to work with them, they will have a desire to please that will benefit their training. While they love to play, these dogs don’t always do well around children, as they are very small and can be injured easily. They usually prefer the company of adults or those who are old enough to know how to be gentle with them and play appropriately around them. Beagliers can learn to interact with other animals, but it is extremely important that they are well socialized at an early age. They will do well in a household with one person, or a household full of people, but will typically latch on to one person and be extremely loyal to their owners.
Beaglier’s coats are typically a combination of brown, black, white, and cream and are really easy to groom. As both of their parents are small, these dogs remain small, usually weighing between 10 and 20 pounds, and ranging from 12 to 16 inches tall.
This breed can be prone to weight gain, and should be walked regularly and have opportunities to exercise and play several times a day. They are very high energy and love to play, especially with their owners that they are very loyal to. Beagliers don’t have as much of a hunting drive as their Beagle parent, but can still be known to wander off sometimes, and should be monitored or in an enclosed area.
Each dog breed can be prone to develop certain diseases or conditions, be sure to research your specific breed before making a purchase to ensure you´re prepared for any challenges that may arise. This information is only a generalization and we make no guarantees on any breed related to personality, appearance, or typical health characteristics.