Beagle mixes- 15 “ADORABLE” Beagle mixes (with pictures)

Beagle mixes

Beagle mixes are truly remarkable dogs with their appearances and wide genetic pool that makes them slightly healthier than the parent breeds. From the early 2000s, we have seen a spike of several mixes also popularly known as designer dogs and Beagle mixes have been part of that.

These mixes are absolute beauties, intelligent, and friendly dogs that will easily win you over.

However, every Beagle mix will be different from the other depending on the breed used in crossbreeding.

In this mixed dog guide, we are going to look at 15 of the most adorable Beagle mixes some of which you are going to think of as weird combinations.

You may also like- Top 10 Sheltie mixes.

So, let jump right into it. 

1. Beagle Poodle mix

Poodle Beagle mix

Also commonly known as the Poogle, Beapoo or Beagledoodle, the Beagle Poodle mix has been around since his first appearance in the 1980s.

This is the combination of a very curious dog and a very intelligent one to create a mix that you will easily fall in love with.

Poogles are perfect family dogs and companions that boost a hypoallergenic coat. However, the coat will only be hypoallergenic if this mix inherits the Poodle’s curly coat. 

You can expect a Poodle Beagle mix to have a medium to long coat that can vary from straight to curly, dark brown round eyes, floppy ear, and a great sense of smell.

This mix has a life expectancy of between 10 and 13 years.

Cost:

The Beagle Doodle can cost you anywhere between $600 and $1500.

Size:

  • Height: 9 to 16 inches.
  • Weight: 13 to 25 pounds.

Colors:

Black, Tan, Red, Apricot, Chocolate, Cream, Tricolor, and Golden.

Some Poogles will have color combinations, others will have spots and some will have solid coat colors.

Care:

Exercise: At least 30 minutes a day.

Grooming will depend on the coat that this mix inherits but most of them will need brushing at least 3 times a week.

Feeding: About 1 cup of dry food on average.

Recommended- Poodle mixes.

2. Beagle Pitbull mix

Beagle-Pit mix

The Pitbull Beagle mix is also commonly known as the Beagle Pit or Beaglebull. This mix can be a combination of a Beagle and one of the several Pitbull types.

Visit this Types of Pitbull guide to learn about the different Pitbull varieties.

The Pitbull Beagle mix is believed to have been developed in the early 2000s in the US.

This is an affectionate and loving companion that also makes a protective family dog. However, this may not be the dog for you if you are a first-time dog owner as he can be very independent which can make training a challenge.

You can expect this hybrid dog to have a square-shaped head, floppy ears, brown eyes, a short and fine coat, and he may also have a few wrinkles.

The Beagle Pit has a lifespan of between 11 and 15 years.

Cost:

This Mix will cost you between $500 and $1000 but costs $600 on average from a reputable breeder.

Size:

  • Height: 18 to 20 inches.
  • Weight: 30 to 40 pounds.

Coat Colors:

Brindle, White, Brown, Gray, Blue, Red, and Black.

Learn more about the Brindle Pitbull.

Care:

  • Exercise: 45 to 60 minutes daily.
  • Grooming: This mix will need brushing at least once a week.
  • Feeding: 2 to 3 cups of dry food a day.

3. Labrador Beagle mix

Beagle Lab mix

This Beagle mix is also known as a Beagodor, Labbe, or Labeagle.

The Beagle Lab mix is a very playful and energetic hybrid dog that is well suited for active and adventurous families. This pooch is not one for small or confined spaces but he is great with children and other family pets.

Beagodors can vary in appearance but will most likely have floppy ears, a Beagle-like face with the body of a Lab, a long but narrow muzzle, and a short to medium-length water-resistant coat.

This mix has a life expectancy of between 10 and 15 years.

Cost:

To get this Beagle mix from a reputable breeder, you can expect to pay between $600 and $1000.

Size:

  • Height: 10 to 18 inches.
  • Weight: 30 to 80 Pounds.

Colors:

White, Brown, Tan, Red, Blue, Fawn, Lemon, Blue, Black, white-ticked, and Blue-ticked.

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Care:

  • Grooming: Coat brushing at least once a week.
  • Exercise: 45 to 60 minutes daily.
  • Diet: 2 to 3 cups of dry food daily.

4. Beagle Cavalier King Charles spaniel mix

King charles Spaniel beagle mix

This Beagle mix, also known as the Beaglier, was first seen in the 1990s in Australia and is low maintenance and mild-mannered dog.

The Beaglier is a perfect family addition and companion and is known for his easy-going temperament. These dogs are great playmates for children and get along with strangers and other animals alike.

Beagliers also respond well to training.

As for his physical appearance, you can expect this Beagle mix to have a short and wavy coat, dark-brown large and expressive eyes, a black nose, soft and floppy ears, and a medium-sized muzzle.

This mix has a lifespan of around 10 to 13 years.

You may be interested in The Teacup King Charles Spaniel.

Cost:

The Beagle Cavalier King Charles Spaniel costs between $1000 and $2200.

Size:

  • Height: 12 to 16 inches.
  • Weight: 10 to 20 pounds.

Colors:

Black, Brown, and White.

Care:

  • Grooming: May need brushing at least 4 times a week.
  • Exercise: 30 to 45 minutes daily.
  • Feeding: 1 to cups of dry food.

5. Beagle Husky mix

Husky Beagle mix

The Husky Beagle mix is also known as the Busky or Beaski and is a playful and friendly family dog.

This hybrid dog gets along with all people and other animals but is also known for his curiosity due to his high prey drive which often leads him astray.

Here is a guide with some prey drive management tips.

His appearance can also vary but you can expect him to have blue or brown eyes, a medium-sized muzzle, pointy or floppy ears, and a soft double coat.

This Beagle crossbreed has a life expectancy of 10 to 15 years.

Cost:

You can expect to pay between $500 and $1200 to get this mix from a reputable breeder.

Size:

  • Height: 16 to 22 inches.
  • Weight: 35 to 50 pounds.

Colors:

White, Black, Tan, and Brown.

Care:

  • Grooming: Coat brushing at least 3 times a week.
  • Exercise: At least 60 minutes daily.
  • Feeding: 3 to 4 cups of dry food.

6. Dalmatian Beagle mix

Beagle Dalmatian mix

Also known as the Beaglemation, the Beagle Dalmatian mix is an intelligent and athletic canine friend that is known for having moderate grooming needs.

This mix is a perfect family and is excellent with kids and other house pets including cats. He is also very adaptable but vocal.

However, you should be aware of his stubbornness that can make training him a challenge.

The Beaglemation is an athletic pooch with a deep chest, triangular ears, a curious gaze from his hazel or brown eyes, and a short but smooth coat.

This dog has a life expectancy of between 10 and 12 years.

Cost:

The cost of a Dalmatian Beagle mix can range between $400 and $800 from a reputable breeder.

Size:

  • Height: 15 to 20 inches.
  • Weight: 30 to 60 pounds.

Colors:

This dog can have a coat that can either have random small or larger spots. The most common coat colors are pale yellow, black and white, and brown and white.

Ever heard about the Lemon Dalmatian? You can learn more about this lemon-spotted dog by visiting this guide. 

Care:

  • Grooming: Needs brushing at least 2 times a week.
  • Exercise: 60 to 90 minutes daily.
  • Feeding: 2 to 3 cups of dry food daily.

7. Smooth Fox Terrier Beagle mix

beagle smooth fox terrier mix

The Smooth Fox Terrier Beagle mix is also known as the Fox-A-Bee and is an active and energetic dog.

Both of these dogs are hunters and combining them creates a mix that is more suited for adult families. However, this mixed dog will also do great in families that have older children.

They may not be very tolerant of rough play from younger children and are also known for being very vocal.

As for his looks, you can expect the Fox-A-Bee to have round brown or hazel eyes, a black nose, a stocky body, rounded or triangular ears, and a short but smooth coat.

His life expectancy is between 12 and 15 years.

Cost:

To get this Fox Terrier Beagle mix from a reputable breeder, you may have to spend between $1200 to upwards of $3000.

Size:

  • Height: 13 to 16 inches.
  • Weight: 17 to 25 pounds.

Colors:

White, Red, Brown, Blue, Black, and Brown.

Care:

  • Grooming: 2 weekly coat brushes.
  • Exercise: 45 minutes of daily exercise.
  • Feeding: 1 to 2 cups of dry food.

8. Beagle Pug mix

Beagle-Pug-Mix

This Beagle mix is also known as a Puggle and first appeared in the 1980s but gained popularity in the early 2000s.

Puggles are active hybrid dogs that are also known to be bossy and sometimes stubborn.  This dog is known to notoriously challenging to train.

However, they are perfect lap dogs which when coupled with their playful and friendly nature makes them great companions and family dogs.

You can expect this Beagle and Pug mix to have a short and stocky body, a wrinkled face, expressive dark-brown eyes, a black nose, and a short double coat to protect him against the elements.

This dog has a lifespan of between 12 and 15 years.

Cost:

On average, a Puggle will cost about $500 but the price can vary between $400 and $1000.

Size:

  • Height: 10 to 15 inches.
  • Weight: 15 to 30 pounds.

Colors:

Black, white, brown, and Tan.

Care:

  • Grooming: This mix will need his coat brushed at least 3 times a week.
  • Exercise: 30 to 40 minutes daily.
  • Feeding: 1 to 2 cups of dry food.

Recommended guide- The Chihuahua Pug mix. 

9. German Shepherd Beagle mix

German Shepherd Beagle mix

Also known as the Beagle Shepherd, the German Shepherd Beagle mix always gets heads turning due to his bizarre but adorable appearance.

This hybrid dog is known for its energy, loyalty, and being quick.

The Beagle is a great companion not forgetting his vigilance that makes him an exceptional watchdog. He is also a great playmate for children over the age of 6 but does not tolerate being left alone and can also be very stubborn and independent.

As for the appearance of the Beagle Shepherd, you can expect this mix to have a merry expression from his brown eyes, floppy ears, lean body, and dense medium-length double or single coat.

A German Shepherd Beagle Mix has a lifespan of between 10 and 14 years.

Cost:

This dog coat $500 on average but it can be as low as $400 and as high as $1500.

Size:

  • Height: 15 to 24 inches.
  • Weight: 22 to 50 pounds.

Colors:

White, black, brown, and may have a black mask.

Care:

  • Grooming: 2 weekly coat brushes.
  • Exercise: 60 minutes daily.
  • Feeding: 2 to 3 cups of dry food daily.

10. Beagle French Bulldog mix

Beagle French Bulldog

This Beagle Mix is also known as a Frengle.

The Frengle mix is a cheerful, gentle, energetic, and gentle pooch that can sometimes have a stubborn streak but still responds well to training.

These dogs are great for families and get along with children and other family pets but should be socialized from an early age.

His attractive appearance comprises of a sturdy build, a wrinkly face, a black nose with wide nostrils, wide chest, floppy ears, expressive round and brown eyes, and short coat.

This dog has a life expectancy of between 12 and 15 years.

Cost:

The cost of a Beagle and French Bulldog can range from $800 to upwards of $4000.

Size:

  • Height: 8 to 15 inches.
  • Weight: 13 to 28 pounds.

Colors:

Black, Cream, Brown, Brindle, and white.

You may also be interested in the Isabella French Bulldog.

Care:

  • Grooming: Brushing at least once a week.
  • Exercise: 30 minutes daily.
  • Feeding: 1 to 2 cups.

11. Beagle Miniature Pinscher mix

Beagle miniature Pinscher mix

This crossbreed is also known as a Meagle or Megie and is an energetic, friendly, and high-spirited dog.

Meagle is great family dogs that get along well with young children and other family pets including pets. However, he is better suited for homes with a yard where he can explore and play but not apartment dwellers.

This dog also has a great sense of smell and you will need to sharpen the recall abilities from a young age to help tame his curiosity.

Miniature Pinscher Beagle mixes give off a playful expression from their amber or brown oval-shaped eyes, a small muzzle, floppy ears, a black nose, and a short to medium-length silky coat.

This pooch has a lifespan of between 10 and 15 years.

Cost:

To get this mix from a reputable breeder, you may have to pay between $800 and $3500 for a single puppy.

Size:

  • Height: 12 to 16 inches.
  • Weight: 10 to 20 pounds.

Colors:

Red, White, Brown, and Black.

Care:

  • Grooming: Weekly brushing.
  • Exercise: 30 minutes daily.
  • Feeding: 1 to 1.5 cups of dry food daily.

12. Beagle Yorkshire Terrier mix

Yorkie Beagle mix

This mix is also commonly known as the Borkie.

These are energetic, bright, intelligent, and fun-loving families that are also very protective but they can also have issues with their strong sense of smell.

This mix also has a very attractive and comforting appearance with his compact body, brown bottom-esque eyes, a black nose, floppy ears, rice-like teeth, and a thick silky coat like that of a Yorkshire Terrier. 

Borkies have a life expectancy of 10 to 13 years.

Cost:

The cost of a Yorkie Beagle mix can range from anywhere between $500 and $1000 for a single puppy.

Size:

  • Height: 12 to 15 inches.
  • Weight: 20 to 25 pounds.

Colors:

  • Tricolor.
  • Blue and Gold
  • Black and Tan
  • White and Chestnut
  • Red and White
  • Blue and Tan
  • Orange and White
  • Lemon and White

Care:

  • Grooming: Will coat brushing at least 4 times a week.
  • Exercise: 30 to 45 minutes daily.
  • Feeding: 1 to 2 cups of dry food daily.

13. Dachshund Beagle mix

Dachshund-beagle-mix

The Dachshund Beagle mix is also known as the Doxle or Beashund.

This is a friendly, entertaining, cheerful, attention-loving, and people-oriented family dog. However, he is better suited for families with children over the age of 6 but will get along with other dogs.

He is also known for his excessive barking/howling when he comes across an unfamiliar smell or in case of any perceived danger which makes him a great watchdog.

This dog usually has a Dachshund’s body and the face of a Beagle which comprises of floppy ears, large round eyes, a long muzzle, short legs and a short to long-haired coat depending on the Dachshund variety used.

You can learn more about the Long-haired Dachshund by visiting the guide in this link.

He also has a lifespan of between 12 and 14 years.

Cost:

A Beagle Dachshund mix breeder will charge you anywhere from $500 to $1000 for a single puppy.

Size:

  • Height: 8 to 15 inches.
  • Weight: 20 to 30 pounds.

Coat colors:

Black and tan, Black, Brown, White, and Dapple.

Care:

  • Grooming: Weekly brushing depending on the coat type.
  • Exercise: 30 minutes daily.
  • Feeding: 1.5 to cups of dry food daily.

14. Cocker Spaniel Beagle mix

Beagle Cocker Spaniel mix

This Beagle Cocker Spaniel mix is also known as the Bocker Spaniel and is a high energy and active hybrid dog.

The Bocker Spaniel is an ideal family dog that gets along well with every family member and children find his bouncy and cheerful nature comforting. This dog also responds well to training and is protective of his family.

As for his looks, you can expect this dog to have large floppy ears, a medium-sized muzzle, a square head, dark-brown eyes, and a medium to long fluffy coat.

The Beagle Cocker Spaniel mix has a life expectancy of 12 to 15 years.

Cost:

To get this hybrid dog from a reputable breeder, you may have to pay between $600 and $1000.

Size:

  • Height: 12 to 15 inches.
  • Weight: 20 to 30 pounds.

Colors:

Tricolor, White and brown, white, black, brown, and cream.

Care:

  • Grooming: Coat brushing at least 3 times a week.
  • Exercise: 30 to 45 minutes daily.
  • Feeding: 1.5 to 2 cups of dry food daily.

15. Beagle Boxer mix

beagle-boxer-mix

The Beagle Boxer mix is also known as the Boggle dog.

This is an energetic, social, loyal, cheerful, and lively family addition that can also be quite entertaining wit his clownish and funny antics.

The Boggle hybrid dog gets along well children but can be super protective, a trait that makes them bark a lot and take time to warm up to strangers. They are also known for their hunting and tracking instincts due to their strong sense of smell.

This Beagle mix also has some interesting physical features such as a long muscular body, drooping ears, dark-brown eyes, a medium-sized muzzle, a black nose, and a smooth but dense coat.

His life expectancy can range between 1o to 15 years.

Cost:

A Boggle puppy will cost between $400 and $800.

Size:

Height: 23 to 30 inches.

Weight: 50 to 60 pounds.

Colors:

Black, Tan, Brown, White and Tan, Brindle, Black and White.

Care:

  • Grooming: 2 weekly brushes.
  • Exercise: 45 to 60 minutes daily.
  • Feeding: 2 to 4 cups of dry food daily.

Final thoughts

As we come to the end of our Beagle Mixes guide, we have seen that these designer dogs come in different colors, shapes, and personality traits.

There are more Beagle mixes than we cover in this article but we hope this guide can help you choose your family addition.

You can also check other online guides to get a better look at other mixes before deciding on the right one for you.

Also, as much as you find these dogs from reputable breeders, you should not be afraid to check out dog shelters for a shot at adoption.

Are you a Beagle mix lover? Share your favorite mix on this list with us in the comment section below. 

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