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A Beagle, a miniature Foxhound, is a medium sized dog breed with shorter legs, and with longer, softer ears. The Beagle is widely known as good- tempered and gentle in disposition. Beagles are scent hounds used primarily for hunting rabbits to larger hares.


The Beagle has a very well-developed sense of smell.

The major qualities of the beagle are that he has admirable courage and stamina. By nature, beagles are intelligent, gentle, trustworthy, loyal, cheerful and friendly. They rarely show signs of aggression, and are excellent with children. Beagles also get along with other dogs, provided that they have been socialized correctly. They are playful and energetic dogs who enjoy long walks. The beagle breed is stubborn and may be hard to train due to their strong will.

Being scent hounds, if released, beagles may follow a scent endlessly or will incessantly try to tag along with other dogs regardless of cars, strangers, etc. Because of this, many humane societies and pounds often pick up stray beagles. They must never be let off leash unless in a confined area such as a fenced back yard.

The Beagle is a miniature Foxhound, solid and big for his inches, with the wear-and-tear look of the hound that can last in the chase and follow his quarry to the death.

12-15 years..

In the eleventh century, William the Conqueror brought the Talbot Hound into Grea Britain . A white scent hound, the Talbot (now extinct) is thought to be a more recent ancestor of the modern-day beagle.

The black and tan Irish Kerry Beagles are also considered another possible link in the evolution of early beagles. A small game hunter similar to the Bloodhound, Kerry Beagles may be the reason for the strong scenting abilities of beagles today.

Beagles (or their ancestors) were originally used for hunting, and still are in some places. They appear to have been used for hare hunting in England as early as the reign of Edward III, who had a pack of up to 120 hare hounds with him on the battlefield during the Hundred Years' War. Beagling has been referred to as "the poor person's foxhunting," as a Beagle pack (30–40 dogs) is followed on foot, not horseback. The usual quarry is the hare. Beagles are admired by some for the bloodcurdling "Beagle music" they emit when in full pursuit, also called tonguing. Beagling, like foxhunting, is banned in England. Drag hunting is another Beagle sport.

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