15 Problems Only Beagle Owners Will Understand

Because Beagles are pack dogs, they need company, almost more than any other dog. Beagles like to live in a group of dogs, but they also like to have their people close at all times. As such, the Beagle will be happiest when they get to join you in your daily activities, including going out for ice cream with friends or sitting in the park.

The Beagle loves his people and that includes children. Although the Beagle is generally very cautious and good-natured, like most dogs, you should not leave them alone with children. Most Beagles will put up with anything from children, so you may even have to be careful that your child doesn’t inadvertently do something that makes the dog uncomfortable. The Beagle’s good nature is also the reason why it is still very popular as a laboratory dog today. Even under these difficult conditions, hardly any Beagle becomes aggressive. All the more he deserves a loving home where he can be happy with his family.

#1 The beagle is a very popular dog – not just since the cartoon character Snoopy. He is a very active companion who likes to live out his hunting instinct.

However, he is not aggressive. His good nature and loyalty to his people make him an ideal family dog that takes part in all activities with joy. If you inform yourself in advance about the individual needs of your dog and take appropriate insurance, you will spend a carefree and varied time with your Beagle.

#2 Do Beagles need a friend?

Beagles are very much a companion dog. It was bred into the breed to be happy being part of a pack. As a result, they need company on a regular basis. If you work long hours and the Beagle is alone for long periods of time, they will be unhappy.

#3 Do Beagles destroy furniture?

With this, a Beagle may gnaw on anything in his path and/or essentially rip everything to shreds, even toys that are supposed to be indestructible.

Mary Allen

Written by Mary Allen

Hello, I'm Mary! I've cared for many pet species including dogs, cats, guinea pigs, fish, and bearded dragons. I also have ten pets of my own currently. I've written many topics in this space including how-tos, informational articles, care guides, breed guides, and more.

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