BEAGLE ❤️

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History The first Beagles date back to the 1500s. English hunters brought packs of these dogs to hunt rabbits, hares, pheasants, quail and other small animals. The breed probably originated as a cross between the Harrier and other types of English hounds, and these dogs have since become one of the most popular breeds in the United States. The Beagle can hunt alone, in pairs or in packs. The name "Beagle" may derive from the French term "be'geule" meaning "open throat", referring to Beagles' tendency to bark frequently. Some experts say the name derives from the French "beigh", from the Old English "begele" or perhaps from the Celtic "beag", all expressions which allude to the small size of the specimens. Throughout history the Beagle has also been recognized for its excellent nose in detecting narcotics. General Appearance Vigorous hound, with a compact build. Its essential function is hunting, especially hare hunting. Courageous, very active, resistant and determined; it is attentive, intelligent, lovable and alert. It never shows aggression or shyness. DATA SHEET 161 6 - HOUNDS AND DOGS FOR BLOOD TRACKS 1 - TRACKING DOGS United Kingdom Small or medium 12-15 years 2-14 puppies Friendly, kind, independent, intelligent, lively, sweet Male: 36-41 cm / 14-16 inches Female: 33-38 cm / 13-15 inches Male: 10-11 kg / 22-30 pounds Female: 9-10 kg / 20-21 pounds Black and brown, tricolor, red, white Medium adaptability: it is suitable for apartment living but a small to medium sized courtyard would be optimal. Well tolerant of heat and cold. Frequent. Despite its hunting dog nature, the Beagle is jovial, lively and playful, suitable for a family with children. The Beagle loves the company of its peers very much, it is not particularly aggressive and tends to form groups. The Beagle is certainly not considered a watchdog: it immediately shows a propensity to interact even with strangers. Energetic and with great stamina, the Beagle needs a lot of exercise. Always use a leash when walking him or you run the risk of him disappearing in search of game. Beagles are stubborn and independent by nature, but at the same time they are eager to please their owner. The Beagle does not require particular grooming, daily brushing is sufficient. Special care should be given when cleaning the ears. Hypoallergenic: No. The Beagle is prone to some health conditions: hip dysplasia, hypothyroidism, intervertebral disc disease and some eye conditions. PRODUCTS MAINTENANCE SEASON CHANGE TREATMENT

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