History: The actual origin of the Beagle seems to be obscure with no reliable documentation on the earliest days of development. The modern Beagle can be traced in ancient Greece back in the 5th century BC. Then in 1888, the National Beagle Club was formed and held its first trial. Beagles are still used today hunting in packs and larger hare.
Description: Beagles are known for there colors they are usually Brown, Tan, and white. The beagles coat is of medium length, close, hard, sleek and easy to care for.
Size: Males are 22-25 pounds Females 20-23 pounds Height is 13-16 inches
Temperament: Beagles are very happy go lucky dogs. They don’t have much of a temper. They are good family dogs and good with kids.
Grooming: Brush with a firm bristle brush, and bath with mild soap only when necessary. Check the ears for signs of infection. They are a average shedder.
Exercise: Beagles are very energetic dogs. They need lots of exercise. You should give them a brisk walk daily. Always use a lead when walking or you may just find yourself chasing after them.
Health: Beagles are very healthy dogs. Some lines can be prone to epilepsy but can be controlled with medicine.
Lifespan: Beagles lifespan are 12-15 years