Beagles are loyal, reliable, affectionate and highly intelligent dogs. They are the perfect canine for families, but also for adventurous loners. But in case you are indecisive between getting a Beagle and another dog breed, why not consider a Beagle mix?
Beagle mix dogs could bring you the best of both worlds. However, you have to make the right choice for you. The possibilities are endless with this one! Before buying a designer dogs, definitely inform yourself about all of the possible downsides. One of the major ones being that they aren’t recognized by the American Kennel Club.
But if that doesn’t bother you too much, let’s dive into the most popular Beagle crossbreeds.
Corgi Beagle Cross
A Corgi Beagle mix will have a short, low build and long floppy ears. They will have a corgi-type coat with colors similar to both parents. But, they might have more white up on the neck or legs.
Beagis are between 10 and 16 inches tall and weigh around 10 to 20 pounds.
Beagis are great with children, so they can be a family dog. They love attention, like their Corgi parents. So living with children who will shower them with attention is a dream come true for them.
They are also very loyal, so they will do anything to make you happy and show you how much they love you.
The Corgi Beagle mix is great for athletic families too. Because they have a lot of energy, they’ll be able to go on runs and hikes with you.
One issue you might have with them is their sassiness. Both the Corgi parent and the Beagle parent are a bit stubborn and bossy. So there is a very big chance your Beagi puppy will be too.
The lifespan of a Corgi Beagle mix is around 12 to 15 years. And, they are fairly healthy dogs. Of course, it is possible to inherit some health problems from their parent breeds.
Corgis are very prone to developing hip dysplasia, degenerative myelopathy, and progressive retinal atrophy. All of these conditions can be prevented with regular exercise and a healthy diet.
The most common health issues in Beagles are hypothyroidism, hip dysplasia, glaucoma, and epilepsy.
The Corgi Beagle mix puppy costs between $200 to $600.
Still some unanswered questions? Read our full article about the Beagle Corgi crossbreed.
Beagle Chihuahua Mix
The Beagle and the Chihuahua, a combination that seems chaotic and impossible, but that is actually a great success! The Beagle Chihuahua Mix, also known as the Cheagle, is a mixed breed. Basically, this is a designer dog.
Cheagles are very energetic and loyal dogs who will fit in great with everyone!
This hybrid is a relatively new breed, so unfortunately there isn’t yet a standard on how large they get. However, you can expect them to be quite small, around 14 inches, and weigh somewhere between 20 and 30 pounds.
The coat of a Cheagle is usually very short, shiny and quite easy to groom and keep up. You’ll have to brush them only once or twice a week.
Cheagles are definitely fun-loving, playful and more importantly very loyal dogs. Besides this, because of their size, they might seem like lapdogs, but they are little furballs of energy! They will definitely prefer a round of fetch instead of a cuddle session on the couch.
Many Beagle Chihuahua mix owners agree that this hybrid dog is very stubborn! This means that they are a bit difficult to train. But brace yourself with patience and treats and your Cheagle will learn any trick and command!
These dogs love their family, however, they do have the tendency to choose one human as their favourite and latch on to them.
Like any other designer dog, the Cheagle is also prone to many health problems. This hybrid will most likely experience many conditions that their parents the Chihuahua and the Beagle suffer from, like obesity or hip dysplasia.
Quite the interesting crossbreed, huh? That’s why we have a full article on the Chihuahua Beagle mix.
German Shepherd Beagle Cross
One thing is for sure, the Beagle Shep is a very intelligent designer dog. Because this is a hybrid, there is no rule on which traits the dogs will have. Will they be more like one parent breed, or the other.
The German Shepherd Beagle mix is around 15 to 24 inches tall, and 20 to 70 pounds heavy. There is no rule how they will look like. It depends on which parent they take after. They can look more like the German Shepherd parent, or more like the Beagle parent.
We know that the German Shepherd is bi-colored, and so is the Beagle. So the Beagle Shep will be as well. Their coat is dense and medium length. They could even have a double coat. It can be black, liver, blue, red, tan, or white.
If you’re sporty and active — then this is the dog for you! But, keep in mind. They are a bit stubborn. So you will need a lot of patience when training them. Early socialization is a must too! You want them to trust people and be calm when they grow up. And not attack everyone and everything that is unfamiliar to them.
The Beagle German is a very healthy dog. They don’t have many health problems at all. But that doesn’t mean they can’t get sick at all.
In some cases they can inherit conditions like hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, general mobility problems, epilepsy, bloating.
Pretty fascinating combo, huh? That’s why we have a full article on the GSD Beagle mix.
Dachshund Beagle Mix
This adorable cross is a mixture of two wild hunting breeds — The brave Dachshund and the faithful Beagle.
Beagle Dachshund mixtures are a joyful and caring breed that are as sweet as they are loving.
These dogs require only a little exercise and a lot of cuddling at the end of the day. They are a bit stubborn when it comes to training, but if you are patient, these smart dogs will be able learn.
These puppies are larger than the average Dachshund and do not quite have such a long body. Their wide, strong chest makes these puppies appear courageous and powerful to match their equally courageous personality.
Typically, the Beagle Dachshund mixture weighs 20 to 30 pounds and is about 8 to 15 inches in size. However, if they are bred by a miniature Dachshund parent, they are slightly smaller.
Beagle Dachshunds are cute, friendly dogs that enter into very close relationships with their family members.
These puppies want to be with their loved ones at all times. They enjoy being the focus of attention and will seek affection from everyone in the room.
But you have to keep an eye on the health of your mixture. They are prone to joint problems, obesity, diabetes and epilepsy.
Thankfully, most of them are healthy dogs that live between 12 to 14 years.
Left wanting to know more? Here’s our full article on the Doxle.
Golden Retriever Beagle Cross
The Golden retriever Beagle mix is a designer dog, this means it’s a cross between two purebred dogs, in this case a smart Golden retriever and a adorable Beagle. This designer dog is also known as the Beago (Bea – Beagle and Go-Golden) and it’s the perfect dog for everyone who wants a dog with the Golden Retriever personality but in a slightly smaller package. This mix is also the most family-friendly option in the designer dog world.
The Golden Beagle cross got the best traits from each parent. They are very laid back just like the Beagle, but are also very eager to please you, just like the Golden retriever!
They tend to be a little stubborn when they are puppies at the beginning of their training. However, don’t let this discourage you. They are quick learners and change their behavior swiftly.
Beagles and Golden retrievers are very smart dogs, so it’s not surprising that the Beagos are incredibly intelligent. They understand social situations very well and know what their human expects of them.
Appearance-wise you’re getting a little bit from each parent breed. Typically, they weigh between 30 and 60 pounds when they’re fully grown, and are between 14 and 20 inches in height.
The Beago gets along pretty well with anyone and they love being in social situations. However, as puppies, they do tend to bark at strangers.
The Golden retriever Beagle cross is known to live somewhere between 10 and 15 years. This largely depends on how well you take care of your dog and its health.
We also have a whole article just about The Beago.
Pitbull Beagle Mix
The Pitbull Beagle Mix, also known as the Beaglebull, is a very unusual crossbreed. This is because Pitbulls and Beagle dogs are very different breeds. In so many ways.
The Beaglebull is a medium-sized dog, but with energy levels that are out of this world! However, don’t worry. This special designer dog can also enjoy a lazy day here and there. Also, because of their amazing characteristics, they make great family dogs too! But more on that later!
Generally speaking, the Beaglebull is a very sociable and friendly dog and makes a great companion for humans. As mentioned above, they have very high energy levels and love to have fun and play around. But if you thought that they don’t enjoy cuddles, you’re wrong! They are very affectionate and enjoy snuggle time with their family.
There isn’t much difference in size when it comes to male vs female Beaglebulls. Both have a rather friendlier appearance and will grow around 18 to 20 inches. When it comes to their weight, your Beaglebull will be between 30 and 40 pounds heavy.
Because this is a mixed breed every dog will look very different. But generally speaking, the Pitbull Beagle Mix is quite thick and muscular looking. But they don’t look as intimidating as the American Pitbull Terrier (Bull Terriers). They look much friendlier.
The coat of the Beaglebull is short and very smooth to the touch. But don’t get fooled. They might have short hair or a short coat, but they still shed quite a bit.
The Beaglebull is a healthy dog. They even have a lifespan of 11 to 15 years. Just like its parents.
Why not learn more about the Pitbull Beagle mix while you’re here.
Beagle Labrador Cross
Since the Labrador mixed with Beagle is a crossbreed, you never know what you’re going to get. We can only make assumptions about his temperament, based on the general temperament of his parent breeds.
The beagle is usually a friendly, faithful and curious dog with a nose that he will tirelessly follow in pursuing his goal.
The Labrador Retriever is one of the most popular family dogs for good reason. They are incredibly friendly and loyal, with a very social character.
Since they are very friendly (and can be exciting), labs can intimidate guests and small children. They can make it their mission to welcome every person who enters the door with enthusiasm.
Due to the size of the parents, a full-blown Beagle Lab mix weighs between 20 and 70 pounds. They reach a height of 13 to 24 inches on the shoulder.
As already mentioned, the exact characteristics of a hybrid puppy are not predictable. For example, lab beagle puppies can be born with a mixture of the characteristics of their parent breeds or they look more like a beagle or a lab than a mixture of both.
A Lab Beagle Mix can be born with congenital health problems. But they can also develop later in life due to its general health and lifestyle.
General health problems include hip problems, eye problems, allergies and skin problems.
You can expect a hybrid puppy to have a lifespan that corresponds to that of its parent breeds. So the Lab Beagle Mix can be 10 to 15 years old.
As a designer breed, it can range from a few hundred to over $1,000.
Learn more about the Beagle Labrador mix.
Beagle Basset Hound Mix
Commonly known as Beagle Hound, the Beagle Basset Hound mix is a unique combination. These two breeds can have very different personalities. They are short-haired dogs, known for their smelling and hunting skills. These dogs are usually a first-generation hybrid, so it is impossible to predict what traits they will inherit.
Since it is such a unique breed of dog, Beagle Basset Hound mix puppies can be difficult to find. Ideal is a serious breeder who can give you a history of your parents. If you find one who needs a home in an animal shelter, that would be even better.
A Bagle Hound puppy can cost you between 700 and 2,000 US dollars depending on the breeder and availability. This dog is a fairly new breed and therefore may not be in great demand yet.
The Bagle Hound is a friendly and uncomplicated breed that is playful and sometimes mischievous. Basset Hounds are known as a relaxed breed, as are Bagles. But, you can be sure that they have a big personality and love to bark!
Basset Hounds and Beagles are both healthy breeds that can live up to 15 years, and the Bagle Hound has the same healthy resistance. However, as with any mixed breed, Beagle Basset Hound mix dogs are susceptible to the health problems of their parent breeds and there are concerns that must be considered.
Hip and elbow dysplasia are quite common, and this disorder can lead to painful arthritis in bagle dogs later in life. Another joint disease, patella dislocation, often occurs in Basset Hounds.
Still left with some unanswered questions? Then read more about the Beagle Hound in our full article.
Beagle Bulldog Cross
To be clear, when we talk about the Beabull we are talking about the English Bulldog Beagle mix.
The American Bulldog Beagle Mix and French Bulldog Beagle Cross are also interesting mixes. But they differ genetically from the English Beabull.
The origins of the Beabull dog breed, like most mixed breeds, are not clear. But we can guess that they began in the United States over the past two to three decades.
Since beagles and bulldogs are of similar heights, this aspect of Beabull size is pretty easy to estimate.
The typical Beabull is fully grown and is between 13 and 15 inches tall. If the Beagle parents are less than 13 inches, the Beabull pups may also be smaller.
On the other hand, for a full height Beabull, weight is much less predictable. 13 to 15 inch Beagles weigh between 20 and 30 pounds, while Beagles 13 inches and smaller weigh less. Male bulldogs, on the other hand, weigh around 50 pounds while females weigh around 40 pounds.
An adult Beabull can weigh anywhere in this range, but it will usually fall somewhere in the middle.
Both the Beagle and Bulldog tend to be patient, cute, and friendly, but with a stubborn streak so Beabull can be expected to have these traits too.
Beabulls love their families, especially children, and are happiest when they are with them.
As you may have guessed from evidence of previously raised health issues, the Bulldog is not a healthy breed with a lifespan of only 8 to 10 years.
The Beagle, on the other hand, is a relatively healthy breed and has an average lifespan of 10 to 15 years.
Learn more about the Beagle Bulldog mix.
Beagle Husky Mix
Almost all designer dogs were created in the ’90s or the 2000s. So, the Beaski was too. The goal when creating this designer dog was to get a dog with a stronger work ethic, but that will also be a loyal companion.
The Husky parent is very intelligent and friendly. They always want to protect their humans. The Beagle parent is similar too. They are sporting dogs and love spending time with their family.
They have a lot of energy, so they need a lot of exercise too. Be ready for long walks, runs, and games of fetch. These dogs are definitely not couch potatoes.
Both the Husky and Beagle are a bit stubborn. So it might be difficult to train the Beaski. It will likely take some time and patience.
Positive reinforcement is the only way to go. Don’t yell at them and don’t punish them if they don’t learn a trick immediately.
The Beagle Husky mix is around 20 to 60 pounds heavy and is up to 24 inches tall.
When it comes to their look, there is no rule! The mix can look more like the Husky or the Beagle.
Designer dogs are usually much healthier than purebreds. But, that doesn’t mean your Beagle Husky mix is immune. There are still certain health issues they are prone to. These include eye problems, hip dysplasia and hypothyroidism.
The Beagle Husky mix is a great dog. Loving, kind, and hard-working. But make sure you buy your Beaski from a reputable breeder. You might pay more money, up to $1000. But in the long run, it’s worth it.
In case you need some more info, we have a full article just on the Husky Beagle mix.
Beagle Poodle Cross
The Poogle is a sweet dog. They are always happy, no matter what. We can learn a lot from them. They are fun and playful and don’t take anything too seriously. Poogles are always looking for a game to play and will try to make you smile. You will have to play with them and keep them entertained. Otherwise, you might need new furniture.
Poogles also love attention. If you don’t shower them with attention, they will become sassy and little divas.
But, you’re also getting a loyal companion. A true friend who will always be there for you. And they expect the same from you. Poogles hate being left alone. So make sure someone is always around them.
Poogles can be of different sizes. Depending on how big the Poodle parent was. Was the poodle a regular size, a Moyen poodle, or a mini Poodle.
But, a general rule is that Poogles wil be around 11 and 15 inches tall, and weigh between 15 and 25 pounds.
Their coat is usually curly, but it can also be straight. They shed a lot less than a Beagle. But they aren’t really hypoallergenic like a purebred Poodle. If the Poogle has fur like their Beagle parent, then they need only one brushing a week. But, if they have curly fur like their Poodle parent then they need to be brushed every other day.
Poogles are healthy dogs with a life expectancy of 10 to 16 years. Generally speaking there are no major health issues you need to worry about.
In case we sparked your curiosity and left you wanting to know more — we have a full article on the Beagle Poodle Mix.