Pet Insurance for the Beagle

The dog is an AKC registered dog . The following article the breed.

The originated in England around 1475 and was quite popular on the hunting field. They are not big dogs, standing less than 15 inches tall and weighing between 18 and 30 pounds. Because of their size, hunters were able to keep up with them and even carry them when needed. The smaller the dog, the more likely they would be compatible with woman hunters, as well as the elderly and those with disabilities. It was a good choice for almost anyone who wanted to try hunting, from the experienced to first-timers. They were normally used for hunting rabbits.

Once they were finally brought to the United States, they were highly regarded with all types of families – families with or without children, families with or without other pets, families consisting of multiple people and families of one. They have consistently ranked in the top five most popular breeds as ranked by the , most recently ranking fourth, in 2010.

There are many reasons these dogs are so popular. First, they have great personalities. They are very friendly dogs and get along well with everyone, human and canine alike. Second, they are gentle and tolerant, making the breed a good choice for a family with children, no matter what the age. Third, they encourage exercise. Like all dogs, they encourage their owners to get out of the house for some fresh air.

A few things that are not so desirable include their tendency to bark and howl, their independence that make them hard to recall, and the fact that their coats need brushing at least once a week. They are also prone to a few health conditions, including intervertebral disk disease and hip dysplasia. Both of these conditions affect the bones in the body and can be quite painful for the dog if not treated.

Pet insurance can help with the costs associated with treating these conditions so that families don't have to worry about cost when determining the best course of action. If offers peace of mind during one of the most difficult times a family can endure.

These dogs live to be approximately 12 to 15 years of age.

Heather Rey is a pet lover and internet journalist that strives to provide the best care possible for her pets. For pet-related information, visit pet insurance site.

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    • laurenzo moore
    • April 17, 2013

    i have a beagle and i have complete trust in her to come back off the lead 🙂
    @bella beagle facebook 🙂

    • P Calvert
    • April 17, 2013

    Beagles are smart and obedient. I trained my beagle to stay within the boundaries of an unfenced yard. It didnot take long at all. Of course I never leave him alone to be tempted to wander and constantly remind him when he has reached the edge of his boundary. He plays all the time with anyone (or animal) that will play with him. He has endless energy. He loves to get cats riled up! But he would never hurt any living thing! I do have to fight him to get dirty socks back……he loves them!

    • Michael Green
    • April 17, 2013

    However, Beagles were developed as hunting dogs and they have many hunting dog behaviors “hardwired” into their genes.

    • Nicolas Mattick
    • April 17, 2013

    Contact Beagle Welfare in the UK (…or ‘on the web’), they have a re-homing service for puppies and adult dogs.

    • MsBeaglefan
    • April 17, 2013

    This lady hit the nail on the head about beagles! I got my first beagle in 2009,and i just adore her!I don’t even want to imagine the world without her and this wonderful breed!

    • ughUSERNAME
    • April 17, 2013

    No, YOU have no idea. He might as well be a golden cause his fur is EVERYWHERE.

    • paudi009
    • April 17, 2013

    great dogs but they will wonder if not fenced in need plenty of walks

    • anthony1tpg
    • April 17, 2013

    mine loves to play

    • PrincessPeach777
    • April 17, 2013

    Don’t shed that much!? YEAH RIGHT! Guess it depends on the canine.

    • Blondewelshgirl93
    • April 17, 2013

    Two different beagles in this video a male And female lol

    • bohemianh
    • April 16, 2013

    Best two dogs I had two Beagles!

    • drfilipov1
    • April 16, 2013

    the very best beagle!!!:)

    • ilsam28
    • April 16, 2013

    do you think beagles are good for apartments ? or they will bark all the time ?

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