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The Beabull is a mongrel dog, a cross between the Beagle and English Bulldog breeds. Loyal, curious and affectionate, these puppies inherit some of the best qualities of their two parents. The Beabull does not go by many other names, although some people simply call it a Beagle/Bulldog mix. These wonderful puppies are unfortunately considered a designer breed. However, you can find this mixed breed at breed-specific shelters and rescues. So remember to adopt. These cute puppies are quite versatile and can adapt to both apartment living and a home with a backyard to run around in. Although their short, stocky bodies may make you think they are lazy, these dogs will have bursts of energy and enjoy a game of fetch or a trip to the dog park. The Beabull bonds well with its owner and all family members, and is suitable for single or multi-person households. These affectionate pups are protective and playful, and can be the perfect companion for you.
Beabulls are mixed breed dogs. They are not pure breeds like their Beagle or English Bulldog parents. The most common colors of Beabulls are brown and white, tricolor, golden, and solid white. Their coat can be solid, spotted or even brindle. Due to the amount of shedding, they are not suitable for owners who suffer from allergies. The Beabull is a robust dog that often engages in rough and tumble play and mouthy, so until your puppy is fully trained, it is best to keep an eye on children when they interact. Although they may be considered lazy, these pups tend to have bursts of energy and will need a quick game of fetch or a walk to burn it off. After that exercise, Beabulls will most likely want to snuggle with their owners. Many Beabull owners claim that their dogs have the tendency of their Beagle parents to howl. Due to their stubborn nature and mischievous streaks, Beabulls are not well suited for first-time dog owners.
The Beabull dog breed may have existed naturally over the years, but once designer breeds gained popularity, breeders began intentionally mixing Beagles and English Bulldogs, probably about twenty years ago in North America. Breeders wanted to mix the two parent breeds to lengthen the English Bulldog’s muzzle, which tends to create breathing problems. They continued to create Beabulls as the demand for this mild-mannered companion dog increased. Although the mixed breed Beabull started out as a designer breed, some have ended up in shelters or rescue groups. If this dog is right for you, consider adopting him. Check local shelters, rescue groups, and breed-specific Beagle or English Bulldog rescues, as they sometimes take mixed breeds and find them homes.
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