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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    Beagles are head strong and harder to train than other dogs. They are diggers and runners. They are also sweet and cuddly and I wouldn’t trade my Snoopy dog for any other.

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    These breeds are so cute that they are my favorite breed of dog. Thank god for making them so cute

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    I own a beagle. I have had him for three years now and he is the best! I have had him since he was 7 weeks old. I don’t know what I would do without him! He has saved my life several times and now he is my service dog helping me everywhere I go! I recommend beagles because they are loving, gentle and they will do anything to help their owner as I found out a year ago when I started having seizures. Beagles are not large and they are not small! They are just the Best!

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    Beagles are very good with children and very loyal. They also tend to be very sensitive.

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    I own a beagle for about 9 or 10 years before we had to put him to sleep. An extremely loving dog that was very obstinate and headstrong. He learned tricks (sit, stay, fetch) but would only take commands indoors. Outdoors, he’d play dumb (though it was obvious he was very smart). I agree with all ofthe ratings given except exercise. My beagle was the most hyperactive dog, and required at least a couple of hours running around the yard a day plus walks around the neighborhood. Once you gave him that though, he was very quiet around the house. Excellent breed though, very enjoyable if not frustrating at times.

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    If you can deal with the single mindedness, possible barking, and a bottom-less pit of a stomach, Get a beagle. These are the best dogs you’ll ever have. They’ve got such a sense of humor, and will love you forever. If you want a dog that can’t think for itself and will do everything you tell it too, get a lab. If you want a dog that thinks for himself, and likes to figure out what HE will get out of this training, get a beagle. The idea owner of a beagle has a great sense of humor!

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    Almost five years old, Brandy is fun, lovable most of the time. Did go to obedience school. but somewhere we went wrong. She is possessive around the kitchen when it is near her dinner time. Does anyone have a problem with this and how are you dealing with it?

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  • Jun 24, 2009 at 12:00
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    I have a three year old beagle it only took about 2 week to train him he is so sensitive i can leave the house for 5 minutes an its like he hasn’t seen me in a long time

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  • Oct 29, 2010 at 12:00
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    I have been a fan of beagles almost my whole life. I helped form the local beagle rescue for my area and fostered about 40 of them over a three year period. I care for seven of them now. They range in age from 3 to 11, four of them are over 8. The most important thing to remember about a beagle is they were born to hunt. That’s why it’s harder to control them outside where they become distracted by nature and anything that moves. With a little work beagles can be outside on a leash and behave well. Beagles really enjoy going on walks and to eat. There is no such thing as a full beagle. It’s important not to overfeed them. I think beagle puppies are the cutest puppy there is and that they are very loyal and loving dogs.

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  • Aug 28, 2012 at 12:00
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    I’m not sure if the breed description is correct. In my years of rescuing and researching beagles I have always read the sizes are 13" and 15", not 16". I also learn if the beagle is shorter than 13" it’s still considered a 13" beagle.

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