As an enthusiastic Beagle owner, let me bark up the right tree here and tell you about a little “houndini” escapade. Have you ever experienced the heart-dropping moment when you look out the window and your Beagle, who was just there, has seemingly vanished into thin air? If you’re nodding while visions of “Missing Dog” […]
When you picture Beagles, it’s often their spirited howls and barks that spring to mind. These are dogs with a reputation for being as vocally expressive as they are energetic. So when your normally chatty Beagle suddenly embraces silence, it’s like a bustling city falling mute – unexpected and a little eerie. So what should
As a beagle mom myself, I know these adorable floppy-eared pups can be quite the handful! But are beagles high maintenance dogs? Let’s break it down. Barking – It’s What They Do! One of the biggest complaints about beagles is their tendency to bay and howl, especially at night. As natural hunting hounds, beagles are
Ah, the Beagle! The breed that wears its heart on its wagging tail and its nose on every scent trail. As a proud Beagle owner, I’ve often marveled at the sheer enthusiasm these dogs bring to… well, everything. But what happens when you decide to introduce your Beagle to another dog for the first time?
Thinking of getting a new dog and you’re looking for beagle personality traits to see if it matches what you’re looking for in your household? Beagles are a popular breed of small to medium-sized dogs, known for their distinct short, smooth coats that come in a variety of colors such as tri-color, lemon, and red