Beagles are the dog breed that is small and looks like the foxhound and are active companions. They are used generally to hunt hare and have a great sense of smell.
This breed of tiny follower that is related in form to the enormously bigger foxhound. The beagle is a fragrance hound, bred originally for hunting hare. They have a fabulous sense of aroma and better tracking ability, the beagle is engaged as an exposure dog for prevented agricultural imports and food items in quarantine around the globe. The beagle dog is considered to be responsible but a bit stubborn. Advertisement Advertisement
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They track and hunt based on their sense of smell and are responsible dogs but a little stubborn in nature. They are a lovable and affectionate breed of dogs.
What are the disadvantages of owning a beagle?
3 cons of owning a beagle
Why you should not get a beagle?
All dogs bark, but the Beagle adds a little something extra to his vocal repertoire: the howl. If he lives in an apartment, this tendency will almost certainly draw the ire of his human neighbors. *They may have bathroom issues. The Beagle has a reputation for being more difficult to housetrain than other breeds.
Beagles might be good at smelling, but sometimes, they also smell bad. … The smell comes from their hair follicles. It’s true that dogs don’t sweat like we do, but they do excrete oils carrying a chemical odor which varies between dogs.