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What To Expect From Beagle Dogs?

What To Expect From Beagle Dogs?

Dogs in general are very lovable creatures. They are friendly, hence the title man’s best friend, faithful and loyal companions, affectionate, gentle, fun to be around with, and often have the magic to turn our lives happier than we could possibly imagine. Certainly,...

HOW TO BREED YOUR BEAGLE

HOW TO BREED YOUR BEAGLE

Beagle owners tend to spay or neuter their pets before they reach sexual maturity, therefore preventing any behavioral changes that come with being a teenager. If you intend on breeding your dog however or simply failed to spay them, you should be able to see changes...

BASIC AND ADVANCED COMMANDS TO TEACH YOUR BEAGLE

BASIC AND ADVANCED COMMANDS TO TEACH YOUR BEAGLE

Teaching your Beagle to obey commands isn’t just done to impress other people, although it is definitely a plus. No, basic commands like Sit, Stay, and Come are actually crucial because they can help save your dog’s life. For example, your Beagle is on the other side...

BEAGLE DOG: PROFILE, HISTORY AND CHARACTERISTICS

BEAGLE DOG: PROFILE, HISTORY AND CHARACTERISTICS

A beagle is a short, sturdy breed with a distinct appearance. It is muscular and its tail naturally stands up which can cause the breed some trouble as typically this is seen in dominant dogs and can also be a sign that the dog may have ill-intentions. The dog will...

HOW TO PROPERLY GROOM A BEAGLE

HOW TO PROPERLY GROOM A BEAGLE

Regular grooming is important for a happy and healthy Beagle, because it keeps them clean, their skin moisturized and bug free, plus grooming time can alert you to any problems before they become more serious. Unless you are paying someone else to professionally groom...

HOW TO SOCIALIZE YOUR BEAGLE

HOW TO SOCIALIZE YOUR BEAGLE

Socializing your Beagle puppy from an early age is essential. Do you know why? Because a dog who is socialized well is not aggressive toward other dogs or people. He knows that other dogs and people exist and are not necessarily threats to his territory. A dog who is...

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