Beagle Mixes

Beagles are sought after for their even temperament and skills and have been crossed with a wide variety of other dogs to produce some interesting beagle mixes.

Beagle MixesIt has become common practice to take two types of dogs and cross them to get the best of both breeds. They are recognized as hybrids only if they are bred from two thoroughbred or purebred dogs. The endless combinations of dogs bred in this way have become known as designer dogs. The only thing stranger than the product of such mixes must be the names that people concoct for them.

Designer Beagle Mixes

The following are recognised by the American Canine Hybrid Club as bona fide hybrid varieties, not to be confused with ‘breeds’.

  • Puggles. This is a cross between the ever popular Pug and the Beagle. The result is a less active dog better suited to city living and is the most popular of the Beagle mixes.
  • American eagle dog. A mixture between a Beagle and an American Eskimo
  • Raggle. American rat terrier and beagle.
  • Bagle hound. Basset and Beagle.
  • Bogle. Beagle and Boxer
  • Bea Griffon. Beagle and Brussels Griffon.
  • Beabull. Beagle and Bulldog.
  • Beaglier. Beagle and Cavalier King Charles.
  • Beagle Chin. Beagle and Japanese Chin.
  • Sharp Eagle. Beagle and Chinese Shar Pei.
  • Bocker. Beagle and Cocker Spaniel.
  • Doandle. Beagle and Dachshund.
  • Beagleman. Beagle and Doberman Pinscher.
  • English Speagle. Beagle and English Toy Spaniel.
  • Frengle. Beagle and French Bulldog.
  • Glechon. Bichon Frise and Beagle.
  • Beago. Beagle and Golden Retriever.
  • Jack-A-Bee. Beagle and Jack Russell Terrier.
  • Labbe. Beagle and Labrador Retriever.
  • Be-apso. Beagle and Lhasa Apso.
  • Malteagle. Beagle and Maltese.
  • Meagle. Beagle and Min Pin
  • Schneagle. Beagle and Miniature Schnauzer
  • Patterbea. Beagle and Patterdale Terrier
  • Peagle. Beagle and Pekingese
  • Beagi. Beagle and Pembroke Welsh Corgi
  • Pomeagle. Beagle and Pomeranian
  • Poogle. Beagle and Poodle
  • Sceagle. Beagle and Scottish Terrier
  • Bea-Tzu. Beagle and Shih Tzu  
  • West of Argyll Terrier. Beagle and West Highland White Terrier

There are several other beagle mixes that stretch the boundaries of the imagination and have even stranger labels than the aforementioned group.

  • American Foandeagle. American Foandhound and Beagle.
  • Baseagle. Basenji and Beagle.
  • Beacol. Beagle and Bearded Collie.
  • Beagle Bull. Beagle and Pit Bull.
  • Beaglemation. Beagle and Dalmatian.
  • Beaker. Beagle and Cocker Spaniel.
  • Boglen Terrier. Beagle and Boston Terrier.
  • Boingle. Beagle and Pointer.
  • Border Basseagle. Border Collie and Beagle and Basenji.
  • Borkie. Yorkshire Terrier and Beagle.
  • Bullgle. Bulldog and Pug and Beagle.
  • Cheagle. Chihuahua and Beagle.
  • Corgeagle. Pembroke Welsh Corgi and Beagle.
  • Doandle. Beagle and Dachshund.
  • Foand-A-Bee. Beagle and Smooth Fox Terrier.
  • Italian Greagle. Italian Greyhound and Beagle.
  • Papeagle. Papillon and Beagle.
  • Cheaglehund. Beagle, Chihuahua and Dachshund.

Complex Beagle Mixes

There are even three way crosses with tongue twisting names and a rather dizzying array of ancestries. They include beagle mixes such as:

  • Chuggle. Beagle, Chihuahua and Pug
  • Pugglepoo. Pug, Poodle and Beagle.
  • Shelbea Hound. Shetland Sheepdog, Black and Tan Coonhound and Beagle.

Dog mixes used to be called ‘pavement specials’ and were not as valuable as their purebred counterparts. Nowadays beagle mixes and  hybrids are much more popular due to their novelty factor and rarity.

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