At what age is a Beagle full grown

At what age is a Beagle fully grown?

A Beagle is fully grown at about 18 months. At about 8 months a breeder will know if the Beagle will be below 13″. By about 18 months their skeletal will have become fully developed. A male … Read more

beagle facts

15 Amazing Beagle Facts

Beagles are considered to be one of the most popular breeds of dogs in the USA. The AKC ranks them consistently in the top 5. From cartoons to politics these cute little dogs are more … Read more

What kind of health problems do Beagles have?

Like many dog breeds, Beagles can have health problems. Many of these can be avoided with your care and attention. Obviously, vaccinations for your puppy is vitally important at the beginning of your puppies life. … Read more

How Do You Raise A Beagle?

As with any dog breed raising a Beagle puppy can be difficult sometimes but the rewards outweigh the problems you may encounter. Beagles are amazing pets but they do require a lot of your attention. … Read more

How To Crate Tain A Beagle

How To Crate Train A Beagle

Creating a safe place for your Beagle is important for your dog. A dog crate is an important item on your shopping list, when you’re ready to bring home your puppy. Having the right crate … Read more

Pocket Beagle

How Big Is A Pocket Beagle?

The size of a Pocket Beagle has to be less than 13″ to qualify, as defined by the Beagle breed standard. As a smaller version of the standard Beagle they typically weigh around 15 to … Read more

Are Beagles Easy To Train?

Are Beagles Easy To Train? Beagles are a very smart breed, which would lead you to believe they are easy to train. However, their intelligence can also be a negative. They are super smart and … Read more

100 Popular Beagle Names

it’s an exciting time when you come to choose your pup’s name. There are endless choices. I’m sure everyone in your family will have a favorite, and they will be vying to have their name … Read more

Are Beagles Good Family Dogs?

Beagles became the US top dog breed in the 1950s. They are the only breed to rank in the top ten breeds every decade since the founding of the American Kennel Club. It’s no wonder … Read more