Dog Breed Info Center(R) DBIC

Beagle Pictures

(English Beagle)

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The right side of a tri-color beagle that is sleeping in front of a door and there is a plush doll in front of it.

Chester the Beagle at 1 year old—"Chester is a purebred tricolor Beagle who was five months old when we got him. Before we brought him home he was not a pet and strictly a working dog but as you can see he adjusted to pet life pretty well. He's an excellent hunter and a playful pup, who loves to visit seniors homes and take up the whole bed. He was such a fast learner when it came to house-training, tricks, leashing and everything else; Beagles are very intelligent and easy to train if you use the right approach!

The front right side of a tri-color Beagle that is standing on a hill and it is looking off to the left. His front legs are bowed inward and his tail is up in the air.

Bently the Beagle has bent front legs.

A tri-color Beagle is sitting outside in front of a slender tree. The dogs legs are bowed inwards.

Bently the Beagle with crooked front legs.

A tricolor beagle, with crooked front legs bent inward, is sitting on a hill in front of a brick house. It is looking down and to the left.

Bently the Beagle with bowed in front legs.

The front right side of a tri-color Beagle, with crooked front legs bent inward, is sitting on a grassy hill and it is looking to the right..

Bently the Beagle with bowed in front legs.

A tricolor Beagle, with crooked front legs bent inward, is standing on a hill and it is looking to the left..

Bently the Beagle with bowed in front legs.

The front left side of a tri-color Beagle, with crooked front legs bent inward, is sitting on a hill with its head lowered down and it is looking to the left.

Bently the Beagle with bowed in front legs.

The front left side of a black, brown and white Beagle, with crooked front legs bent inward, is standing on a hill and it is looking forward.

Bently the Beagle

Close up - A tri-color Beagle is sitting on a hill and it is looking to the right.

Bently the Beagle

Close up - A tri-color Beagle is sitting on a hill its head is slightly tilted to the left..

Bently the Beagle

Close Up - The front right side of a brown, black and white Beagle that is sitting outside in grass and it is looking to the right.

Beagles should be socialized with cats and other household animals when they are young to avoid possible problems later.

The front right side of a tricolor Beagle that is laying down in grass and it is chewing on a bone.

Bently the Beagle chewing on a bone.

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