Beagle / Brussels Griffon Hybrid Dogs
The Bea Griffon is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Brussels Griffon and the Beagle. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in either breed. Not all of these designer hybrid dogs being bred are 50% purebred to 50% purebred. It is very common for breeders to breed multi-generation crosses.
Jordy the Bea Griffon at 1 year old, weighing 14 pounds
American Canine Hybrid Club
Jordy the Bea Griffon puppy at 4 months old (Beagle / Brussels Griffon hybrid)—"This is Jordy the Beagriffon hangin’ at the beach. He is 4 months old here. He did not enjoy the water; hopefully he grows out of that!"
Jordy the Bea Griffon puppy at 3 months old (Beagle / Brussels Griffon hybrid)—"Jordy is a good puppy. He seems to learn quickly and responds. He isn't overly hyper for a young pup. Of course he has his moments but otherwise he is very good. He loves other dogs; any chance to play with another dog, he takes! He also loves people; he just wants more and more attention! He does seem to get weird around kids. He won't let them pet him and he backs away like he's scared. I'm not sure if this is a common trait or not. Other than that, he isn't afraid of anything, he loves to investigate everything!"
Jordy the Bea Griffon puppy (Beagle / Brussels Griffon hybrid) taking a nap
Jordy the Bea Griffon at 7 weeks old—"Jordy's mom is a Beagle and his dad is a Brussels Griffon. He is a very well-mannered puppy and seems to listen well for such a young guy. He loves tummy rubs and chewing on everything! He doesn't seem to be afraid of anything, such as other dogs, people, new places or things."
Beagle / Brussels Griffon mix puppy (Bea Griffon) at about 12 weeks old