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The Frengle is a mixed breed of dog, a cross between the French Bulldog and Beagle dog breeds. Charismatic, affectionate and even-tempered, these puppies inherit some of the best qualities of both their parents. Despite their unfortunate status as a designer dog breed, you can find these mixed breed dogs in breed-specific shelters and rescues, so remember to adopt. These good-natured puppies are very adaptable and make excellent flat dogs as long as they are walked daily, but they will also enjoy living in a house with a backyard. They are not noisy dogs, but will bark to alert their owners to any intruders. If you want a social, energetic, loyal and fun-loving dog, the Frengle may be the dog for you.
Frengles are mixed breed dogs. They are not pure breeds like their French Bulldog or Beagle parents.Frengles have high energy levels. Make sure your dog gets at least 30 minutes to an hour of exercise a day. The main colours of Frengles are tri, brown, cream, brindle and spotted. The main colours of the Frengles are tri, brown, cream, brindle and spotted. Frengles have a medium moult and are easy to groom. These playful and affectionate puppies make great companions for a single person, as well as a wonderful addition to any family with children.since Frengles can still have a bit of a prey drive, it is best to introduce them to any small pets while young and supervise their interactions.obedience and potty training can come as a bit of a challenge, as the Frengle is known for its stubborn, headstrong personality. They are quite intelligent, and as much as they want to please their owner, they also want to do it their way.
The Frengle mixed breed may have existed naturally over the years, but designer breeders began to intentionally mix French Bulldogs and Beagles in the United States in recent years. Breeders wanted to mix the two parent breeds to help minimise the respiratory problems that affect French Bulldogs due to their short muzzle. Breeders wanted to mix the two parent breeds to help minimise the respiratory problems that affect French Bulldogs due to their short muzzle. If you decide this is the right mixed breed for you, consider adoption. Check local shelters, look for rescues or consult breed-specific French Bulldog or Beagle rescues, as they sometimes take in mixed-breed dogs and find homes for them.
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