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Beagle Pictures

(English Beagle)

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Emma the Beagle walking on a blacktop

Emma the lemon and white Beagle at 3 1/2 years old

Emma the Beagle walking along a blacktop

Emma the lemon and white Beagle at 3 1/2 years old

Emma the Beagle looking to the right into the distance

Emma the lemon and white Beagle at 3 1/2 years old

Emma the Beagle wearing a harness looking to the left into the distance

Emma the lemon and white Beagle at 3 1/2 years old

Emma the Beagle in a parking lot looking at a person who is riding a bike

Emma the lemon and white Beagle at 3 1/2 years old

Emma the Beagle wearing a harness standing in a parking lot looking up

Emma the lemon and white Beagle at 3 1/2 years old

 

Lucy the Beagle looking relaxed while laying on a blanket

"Here are three pictures of Lucy. She's from hunting lines. In this picture, and the one below she's around 10 years old—you can see her hair has gotten lighter all over her body. In the third picture, she's about 2 years old and she's a noticeably darker color. Lucy is either a pale red and white Beagle, or a dark lemon and white Beagle. Red/white and lemon/white Beagles are genetically different only by one pair of genes (which determine color strength). It can be difficult to decide on some dogs, like Lucy, whether they are very pale red/whites or true lemon/whites."

Lucy the Beagle sitting on green carpet looking up to the camera holder

"Lucy at about 10 years old—notice one eye is different. She has a fake eye. Her rescuers had to have her left eye removed when she was around 3 years old because she had glaucoma and severe trauma to her eye due to abuse she suffered before the rescue got her. They opted for a prosthetic eye after the bad eye was removed. She has amazing depth perception for a dog with one real eye!"

Lucy the Beagle laying on a pillow which is on the floor

Lucy about 2 years old with a noticeably darker coat—"The next three pictures of Max, Millie and Prissy came from the same breeder. They are from hunting lines. They are examples of open tricolors or broken tricolors. Open or broken refers to the usual black and tan areas, which in these dogs are opened up or broken up by white."

Millie the Beagle with squinty eyes standing on carpet in front of another dog

"This is Millie. There's nothing wrong with Millie's eyes—she's just squinting because of the camera flash!"

Prissy the Beagle standing on a carpet with another dog and dog bones behind her

"Prissy is what some people might call a pocket Beagle—she only weighs 12 pounds."

Max the Beagle sitting on the sidewalk in front of a chain link fence

Max the Beagle

Lucy the Beagle sitting on an American flag dog bed

"Lucy is a heavily ticked black and tan Beagle from hunting lines. Even her white tail tip has lots of black ticking."

Two Beagles are on a sidewalk in front of a chain link fence

"Missy is an open tricolor Beagle with some ticking. She's taller than the 15-inch standard, which is not uncommon, especially in Beagles bred for hunting."