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Some Facts about the Beagle Dog Breed

A common Beagle dog measurements is between 13 and 16 inches at the shoulder. They’ve got a rectangle shaped muzzle, round ears, a bit curved tail as well as rounded paws. They have a hard, smooth coat which is quite safe from nature’s elements. The Beagles most typical color is actually tricolor white, brownish and black. Some combination’s of white-colored, yellow, orange and red also are basic.

The Beagle dog historical past seems to have evidence which goes back to the 1500s. In England hunters would most likely acquire packs of these dogs out for hunting because they are very effective together or alone. It is belief that this kind of breed of dog has arrived from the Harrier and other English hounds. It has been brought to America and has gained in popularity for being one of the well-liked dog breeds. Here we find the Beagle is more popular than in its native country. The National Beagle Club of America was formed in 1888. There is evidence that this dog was developed in 1830 in England. When it came to America it soon helped by injecting beauty into the previous hounds that had longer legs with weaker heads that in the past had been present. Snoopy from the cartoon “Peanuts” is appropriately the most popular Beagle to date.

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This post was written by STDT_Assistant on June 9, 2013

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