Few dogs are as iconic as the world-famous Beagle. Comact, affectionate and keenly intelligent, Beagles are the ideal canine companion. The Beagles history can be traced as far back as 2500 years ago, when hounds like the Beagle were bred by the Ancient Greeks as scent hounds to track small game.
Beagles possess one of the most powerful noses in the animal kingdom, capable of tracking small game over incredible distances, and with surprising accuracy.
Little has changed in the many long years the Beagle has been hunting by our side, except the number of roles the Beagle has added to its canine resume. From preventing smugglers with its powerful nose, to detecting termite infestations, and pet therapy there are few canine roles the Beagle is not equipped to play.
Beagles are friendly, fun loving, and will jump at the first chance to follow their nose. They live to scent trace, leading many owners to create fun and interesting new games to play, socialize and train their Beagle to use its amazing scent tracking skill.
With its lovable personality, incredible nose and superior health, it’s no surprise that today the Beagle is one of the most popular dog breeds in the world.
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The Basenji is one of the few breeds in the world that does not bark! Bred in Central Africa to hunt lions, the Basenji makes a sound more similar to a yodel, because of its uniquely shaped larynx. Basenjis have independent and aloof personalities, and make calm, loyal companions. They are a very intelligent breed and are easily recognized because of their tightly coiled tails, wrinkled foreheads, and large, erect ears. Basenjis would do well living in a variety of environments.
The Basset Hound holds the record for world’s longest dog ears! These low-to-the-ground pups were bred originally in France to be rabbit-hunting dogs, because of their incredible sense of smell (second only to the Bloodhound). In the home, Basset Hounds are gentle, patient pets that do very well with children and other animals. They are loveable, amusing, and naturally well-behaved, making them a perfect household pet. Because of their low centers of gravity and stocky bodies, Bassets have a medium-low energy level.
Beabull is a mix of the Beagle and the English Bulldog. Generally, this breed is very loyal, friendly, and patient with young children and other pets. Beabull has a medium energy level, so it’s a great choice for those people who can’t keep up with a more energetic dog. They love to be a couch potato, but occasionally they love to burn off their energy on a long walk. They are calm, loving, intelligent, and dedicated. This breed is not the best watchdog because it has a friendly nature; however, they won’t hesitate to protect their human family if necessary.
The Puggle is a cross between a Beagle and a Pug that originated in the 1980s. They combine the Beagle’s boundless energy and the Pug’s warm, loving personality. Puggles also have the Beagle’s incredible sense of smell and desire to track, and the Pug’s slightly pushed-in face. They vary in color and size, but are consistently popular family dogs and easy to take care of and train.
My childrens father passed away in August 2019 and they have been so consumed with grief that they were forgetting how to be kids. After 6 months I opted to get a beagle puppy! Best thing ever! Piper is so happy and playful and full of snuggles!! The twins are starting to be kids again! Getting Piper here was a bit difficult as when it's too cold or snowing in the Southern states... They shut down the state. So her coming was delayed a week and then the day of her new flight, her plane had mechanical issues so she was delayed all day and instead of getting her at 345 pm. I had to find a sitter to watch my twins so I could go get her at midnight. She came with giardia which puppyspot is working with me on. Once she is cleared of it they said I can submit for reimbursement for the added expense. My vet and most others don't except vaccinations before 8 weeks so she had to get an additional distemper, which was unfortunate and another added expense. Overall Piper is our family, heck she was before she even got here! We love her to pieces and she's bringing joy back into our lives!
I must say, at first I was rather skeptical of this buying process and wasn’t sure what to make of it. However, the puppy managers were very thorough in their explanations and communication. They responded to my questions promptly and addressed all of my concerns. I will say the entire transaction was rather above average in cost but it was worth it now we are the parents of a healthy beagle puppy who has brought the greatest amount of joy back into our lives! We would definitely consider PuppySpot for future additions to our household!
We are so happy we got our beagle, Jazzy! Puppy Spot made it very easy for us to get her, I loved the way they took care of all the details. It ended up being a bit complicated for them, but they truly made it simple for us. Our puppy is so sweet, happy, and we love her! I would definitely use Puppy Spot again and recommend them to anyone.