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The Beaglier is a mongrel dog, a cross between the Beagle and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dog breeds. Compact, energetic and loyal, these puppies inherit some of the best qualities of their two parents. Beaglier is also spelled Beagalier and Beagelier. Despite their unfortunate status as a designer breed, you can find these puppies in shelters and rescues. So remember to adopt. These adorable pups are a great addition to the family for active singles or families with older children in large homes or small apartments. If you’re looking for a puppy with an energetic and fun personality, this may be your soul mate. Read on to find out if this mixed breed dog is right for you.
Beagliers are mixed breed dogs. They are not pure breeds like their Beagle or Cavalier King Charles Spaniel parents. The main colours of Beagliers are combinations of brown, black, white and cream. Sometimes their coat is solid, but usually it is a combination of these colours. They usually have a short, glossy coat and are generally quite easy to groom. One good brushing a week is probably enough. Beagliers are prone to weight gain, and have high energy levels. Make sure your dog gets at least one good walk of half an hour to an hour a day, with some active play sessions and shorter walks. As for training, it can be a matter of luck. Some are easy to train, while other Beaglier parents report that they are somewhat stubborn. Positive enforcement is the way to go with these puppies. Since the Beaglier is a small dog, it can be easily injured by over-excited children. Beagliers prefer to be mostly with adults or older children who know how to play gently. When it comes to other pets, Beagliers can get along well with other animals if they are introduced slowly and calmly, and early socialisation will help this to go well. It is best to get them used to other pets early.
The Beaglier mixed dog breed may have existed naturally over the years, but designer breeders began intentionally mixing Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and Beagles in the 1990s in Australia. Although the Beaglier breed began as a designer breed, some have ended up in shelters or in the care of rescue groups. Consider adoption if you decide this is the breed for you. Check local shelters, look for Beaglier rescues, or check with breed-specific Beagle or King Charles Spaniel rescues, as they sometimes accept mixed-breed dogs. The Beaglier is recognized by: American Canine Hybrid Club (ACHC)Designer Breed Registry (DBR)Dog Registry of America (DRA)International Designer Canine Registry (IDCR)Designer Dogs Kennel Club (DDKC)
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