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The Meagle is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Beagle and the Miniature Pinscher. 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.

Recognized Names:
American Canine Hybrid Club = Meagle
Designer Dogs Kennel Club = Meagle
International Designer Canine Registry® = Meagle
Designer Breed Registry = Megie

Beagle / Min Pin mix (Meagle). He's about 6 months old in this picture. His mother was a Beagle and father a Min Pin

This Beagle / Min Pin mix (Meagle) is about 6 months old in this picture. His mother was a Beagle and father a Min Pin.


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ACHC = American Canine Hybrid Club
DDKC = Designer Dogs Kennel Club
DRA = Dog Registry of America, Inc.
IDCR = International Designer Canine Registry®
DBR = Designer Breed Registry

"This is Izzy. She is our 4-month-old Meagle (Min Pin / Beagle mix) and is absolutely wonderful. Izzy was a gift to me on my 18th birthday, just 2 months after I lost my dog of 15 years, and she truly has helped mend my broken heart. Although she will never replace my dog, she has started a new chapter in my life. At 4 months of age, my family likes to call her "Wild Izzy" and the name could not be truer. She's energetic, fun, crazy, loves other dogs and cats and people. She is adorable. I received Izzy when she was just 5 weeks old. This immediately concerned me, as I knew this was too young to be away from her mother. I immediately took her to the vet and received vitamin supplements. Upon receiving Izzy, I did not know what to expect. After all, the last time I had a puppy was when I was 3. The second thing I did was open my computer and Googled Meagle. Your site appeared and this is what I based my knowledge of the hybrid off of and it has been wonderfully helpful. Izzy was a blessing, slept through the night and housetrained easily. I like to say that we both learned a lot from each other. She learned basic commands such as come, fetch, sit and lie all by 3 months and I learned to grow up and be responsible. After all, I had someone depending on me for everything. My mother has deemed Izzy her "granddog" and has made it clear that she is the only "grand" anything she wants for many years. Haha. On the occasion that my mom dog-sits Izzy, I come home to find a new folder on our home computer entitle "Izzy x-xx-09" with literally hundreds of pictures."

"Izzy the Meagle at 9 months old—Izzy has been wonderful and we have taught each other so much. She is so well trained it is amazing. She's still our "Wild Izzy" but a little tamer version. Izzy baby has been spayed now and I felt like a mother on the day that happened as I sat and worried about her, but she was fine and recovered quickly. She has since met her two 'cousins' and runs with them for hours, well she runs for hours, they can't keep up. When we went to pick out Izzy, well she really picked us, we picked the runt. All of my former dogs have been the runts and they are always special and Izzy proved this. Unlike her brothers and sisters who have short legs and tails, Izzy's legs stand a whopping 13 inches tall. She towers over them and has an amazing temperament."


 Minnie, the Beagle Miniature Pinscher mix at 1 year old  (Meagle)

Minnie the Beagle Miniature Pinscher mix at 1 year old (Meagle)—her owner says, "She is the most energetic dog we've owned. She has the best qualities from both the Min Pin and the Beagle :) "


 Minnie, the Beagle Miniature Pinscher mix at 3 months old  (Meagle)

  Minnie the Beagle / Miniature Pinscher mix at 3 months old (Meagle)


  Minnie the Beagle / Miniature Pinscher mix at 3 months old (Meagle)



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