Beagle Poodle mix- “COMPLETE” Poogle buyer’s guide

Beagle Poodle mix

The Poogle is a striking mix between a Beagle and a Toy or Miniature Poodle and is also popularly known as a Poogle hound or Beagle Doodle. This Beagle Poodle mix is an adaptable dog that is well suited for seniors, single people, and families in general.

Poogles weigh between 10 and 25 pounds and stand between 9 and 16 inches. They also have a life expectancy of between 10 and 13 years. 

This mix was first seen in the 1980s and is believed to have originated from the United States.

The Poogle mix has been growing in popularity since he first appeared and is now part of the ever-growing designer dog trend.

There is much more to learn about this Beagle cross, most of which we are going to cover in this buyer’s guide.

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So, don’t you stick with us as we go through the important details? 

About the Beagle Poodle mix

As we mentioned above, this is a mixed dog that combines the genes of two prevalent dogs, the Poodle and Beagle.

Both of these dogs are recognized by the major kennel clubs such as the UKC and AKC.

However, none of the major kennel clubs recognize the Poogle mix as he is not a purebred dog. He is, however, recognized by 5 designer dog registries.

The Poogle mix can go by several names that include;

  • The Beagle Doodle.
  • Beapoo.
  • Beagapoo.
  • Beaglepoo.
  • Poogle Hound.

And like with any other mixes, you can not predict exactly how this Poodle mix will turn out but we are going to look at some of the features that you can expect on this dog later in this guide.

But before we get into that, let us look at a bit of the Poogle’s backstory.

Beagle Poodle origin

Not much is known about the history of Poogle but he is believed to have originated from the US in the 1980s.

Apart from that, not much is known about this dog’s history, how he came to be, or the original purpose for development.

He is also not recognized by any of the major kennel clubs but is recognized by some dog registries such as;

  • International Designer Canine Association
  • The American Canine Hybrid Club

With that in mind let us look at a side by side comparison between the Poogle and Beagle breeds.

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The Poodle Beagle mix

Poodle Vs Beagle

Poodle Vs Beagle
Poodle Beagle
Is an incredibly smart, energetic, active duck hunter hence the name “duck dog.” These dogs love swimming and are highly trainable. Is a curious, sweet, intelligent, and energetic hunter. Beagle love being outdoors and are also trainable but can be quite stubborn
Being great swimmers, Poodles are great at retrieving and hunting waterfowl. They have webbed feet which are pretty useful for swimming. Beagle has an incredibly good sense of smell which makes him a pretty good deer and rabbit hunter. He also howls one he finds prey to alert you when you are out hunting.
The Poodle is the French National dog but his roots are from Germany where he was mainly used as a duck hunter. The origin of the Beagle is not completely clear but the first sighting of this dog was made in England in the 1500s.

From the table above, you can tell that the Poogle crossbreed dog is very interesting. This will also give you a pretty good idea of how the offspring will be.

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Similar mixes

  • Bernedoodle is a mix between the large Bernese Mountain dog and a Poodle.
  • The Labrador Poodle mix or Labradoodle.
  • Peekapoo is a mix between a Pekingese and a Poodle.
  • The German Shepherd Beagle Mix.

6 Fun facts about the Poogle mixed dog

  1. The Beagle Poodle mix can have about 200 million smell receptors or more. This is 40 times more than that of a human being.
  2. Both the Poodle and the Beagle have enjoyed their fair share of royal with Queen Elizabeth 1 referring Beagles as singing dogs. She would often use them to entertain her guests.
  3. This mix can be a great therapy due to his gentle and caring disposition.
  4. Poogles are prone to suffering from separation anxiety and chew toys are a great way to relax them.
  5. Beagle Doodle crosses love to stay in dog packs no matter the breed.
  6. They are renowned for their intelligence and trainability.

Poodle Beagle mix pros and cons

Pros

✓ Super friendly.

✔ May have a hypoallergenic coat.

✓ Entertaining.

✔ Intelligent and therefore, very trainable.

Cons

✗ Does not always have a hypoallergenic coat.

✘ High prey drive.

✗ Needy.

✘ Is often up to some sort of mischief.

General characteristics of the Beagle Poodle mix

Beagle Poodle mix summary table
Height 9-16 inches
Weight 10-25 pounds
Lifespan 10-13 years 
Breed Type Mixes and more
Purpose Companion dog
Suitable For Families, Seniors, and Singles
Grooming requirements Moderate to high
Color Variations Cream, Brown, Black, Apricot, Tan, Silver, Parti, Black and white, Blue-ticked
Health concerns Periodontal Disease, Hip Dysplasia, Von Willebrand’s Disease, and Progressive Retinal Atrophy
Temperament Sweet, Smart, Energetic, Playful, Curious, Friendly
Other names Beagle Doodle, Beapoo, Beagapoo, Beaglepoo, Poogle Hound

How big does the Poogle get?

The Poogle is small to a medium-sized dog that weighs between 10 and 25 pounds and stands at between 9 and 16 inches.

Physical appearance

In general, you can expect Poogle to like more of a Poodle or a Beagle. No appearance description can fit all.

However, in most cases, this mix will have large dark-brown expressive eyes and black or brown nose.

The ears are usually floppy with a medium-sized muzzle and a strong and sturdy build.

Beagle Doodles may also have a sickle-shaped tail with a white tip.

The white tip comes in handy when the dog is chasing prey in long grass which makes it easier to spot him. However, it is not a common feature in most Poogles.

Poogle dog breed

Coat appearance and shedding

Beagle Poodle mixes usually have a dense coat that can range from a straight smooth coat like a Beagle to a curly coat similar to that of a Poodle.

If this Poodle mix inherits the Poodle’s he is going to be non-shedding or will shed very little but is he inherits the Beagle’s coat, he will shed moderately all year round.

This crossbreed can also have a coat that is slightly curly which will be the middle ground.

With that said, only Poogles with the Poodle’s coat is hypoallergenic, the rest are not.

Therefore, if you are looking for a hypoallergenic Beagle Doodle, you should get one with more Poodle genes. These will be mainly F1b backcrosses.

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Colors

Parti Black Black and white
Cream Brown Tan
Blue-ticked Silver Apricot

What is an F1b Beagle Poodle mix backcross?

An F1b Beagle Poodle mix or F1b Poogle is a backcross between an F1 Beagle Poodle mix with either a Poodle or a Beagle. This is mainly done between an F1 Poogle and a Poodle to make the coat more hypoallergenic by minimizing the level of shedding.

F1 is also known as filial 1.

Below is a summary of the generations to help you understand them better; 

Beagle Poodle generations Summary Table
Generation characteristics shedding level Grooming needs
F1 Poogle A mix between a purebred Beagle and Purebred Poodle.

They have wavier than more curly coats. May or may not have an undercoat.

May shed lightly High
F1b Poogle Cross between a Poogle and either of the purebred parent to accentuate certain features. Usually done with a purebred Poodle.

The coat is more likely to be curly than wavy.

Little to no shedding High
F2 Poogle Cross between 2 F1 Poogles.

The coat can range from straight to curly.

Little to no shedding Moderate to high

Beagle Poodle mix temperament and personality

This crossbreed is friendly, intelligent, loyal, and super adaptable.

He is a suitable dog senior, singles, retirees, and even families with kids. As long as the Beagle Doodle cross considers your family he will get along well with you.

The biggest downside to this mix is probably the high prey drive that often leads him astray. This pooch will often be found chasing after smaller household pets such as rabbits or hamsters.

You should make sure that your home is escape-proof to prevent him from getting lost as he follows a scent.

Poogles can also have a loud bark and may be prone to baying or howling. They make great watchdogs but are not guard dogs.

Related guide- How to stop a Beagle from howling.

Puppies

Litter size:

1 to 4 puppies.

These Beagle mix puppies take around 12 months to reach full maturity but remain super playful long after that.

Cost:

The cost of a Beagle Poodle mic puppy can range from between $800 and $1800 depending on your breeder and location.

You can also adopt one of these dogs for about $200.

The most important thing is to make sure that if you are getting a puppy from a breeder, get one from a responsible and reputable breeder. 

How to care for a Beagle Poodle cross

Grooming requirements

As we mentioned earlier the coat type of a Poogle can vary and they will therefore have different grooming needs.

But generally, this crossbreed’s coat should be brushed at least twice a week to prevent matting of the coat and for even distribution of coat oils.

Curly coats will need more brushing as they are more prone to tangling.

Bathing this pooch should not be done more than once a month as bathing strips the coat of essential oils and causes the skin to dry.

Regularly check their ears and eyes and brush their teeth.

Exercise needs

A Beagle mixed with Poodle will keep its puppy playfulness and energy throughout their life.

They will love to be outdoors going for walks, hikes, jogging together with you, and interacting with other people and dogs.

On average this dog will need about 45 minutes of daily mental and physical stimulation. 2 daily walks of about 15 minutes each and 2 play sessions will help you achieve this.

Failure to meet the exercise requirement will cause them to be extremely vocal and destructive.

You should always remember to walk your Poogle mix on a leash keeping in mind his high prey drive.

But here are some tips on how you can manage a Poodle Beagle mix with a high prey drive.

  • The number of Walks Per Day: 2-3.
  • Total Exercise minutes per Day: 45 to 60 minutes.

Poogles are playful dogs

Feeding and dietary requirements

As I mentioned, this crossbreed is a small to medium-sized dog. The size of the dog will mainly depend on whether a Toy or Miniature Poodle was used.

This dog should therefore be fed in a diet that is mainly formulated for small dog breeds but the amount of food will mainly depend on the dog’s weight.

You can expect this dog to consume about 30 calories for every pound that he weighs.

So if your Poogle weighs about 15 pounds, he will need around 450 calories a day that should be split to 2 or 3 meals.

Make sure that the diet is nutritious and well-balanced for his well-being.

How to train a Beagle Poodle crossbreed

Poogles are intelligent and fast learners and once they are motivated they can learn any command or trick.

However, housebreaking this dog may be a challenge but with the correct training methods, it will make it easier for you.

Take your Beagle Poodle mix puppy to their potty area right after eating, playing, and even after waking up.

If he potties in the right spot, reward him and make a big deal out of it. This may take time but with patience and consistency, you should be able to see great results.

Poogle health concerns

These dogs are generally healthy but they are also prone to some health complications such as;

  • Periodontal Disease
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Von Willebrand’s Disease
  • Progressive Retinal Atrophy

Mixed dog Summary

If what you are looking for is an energetic, friendly, and charming dog, the Beagle Poodle mix will be a great addition for you.

With these dogs on your side, you will always be entertained and never have a dull moment.

You will, however, need to take care of their needs such as grooming, exercise, training, socialization, and feeding.

Do you want a Poogle in your family? Share your feedback in the comment section below. 

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