There are many dog breeds in the world which are classified into many categories. Some are for sheep herding, others are hounds, some are consider pocket dogs for their size and many more classifications. The Beagle breed has melted the hearts of many people for it’s simple, innocent and adorable look. Their appearance can be deceptive for they are also trained as hunting dogs.
Size and Temperament
Beagles grow up to be moderately sized dogs. They are characterized to be loyal, strong, playful and brave yet they can be stubborn at times if not given enough attention. They are known for their keen sense of smell which people train them for police or hunting purposes. To make sure their stubborn side doesn’t get in the way of training them, raising them as Beagle puppies is crucial.
First of all Beagle puppies are dogs in their infancy stage. They are considered puppies from birth to about a year or less. During this period, Beagle puppies do not have any sexual drive. Their coats are soft and they have a hight pitched bark and moan.
Training, Varieties and Sources
Training Beagle puppies from their infancy stage is very important because during this span of time, the puppy adjusts to it’s surroundings. This means that the Beagle puppy will also recognize it’s caregiver (master or trainer) during this time. It is very important the Beagle puppy and the owner establish an emotional bond with each other so there is a deeper sense of trust. This bond will help make training easier.
Beagle puppies can vary depending on it’s variety. Typical Beagle puppies are about seven to eight inches while pocket Beagles are about four to six inches (from tail to nose) from birth.
So if you’re thinking of getting a Beagle puppy,you can find them in Beagle kennels or through the Internet on various Beagles websites
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