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    I've got both a male beaglier and a female staffy they are both beautiful dogs but i think from experiences I've had with all my dogs I much prefer male dogs. They've got such big hearts and are so loving. Here are my fur babies ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1440539546.985662.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1440539566.634458.jpg

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    Omg so gorgeous we were thinking of a beagle too but reaf they dig the backyard up!

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    My beagle is mixed with cavalier so he's pretty calm the only thing he does which is really annoying is chew and rips up his blankets but I think that's more of a puppy thing rather than beagle. He doesn't dig

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    I breed Beagles for show and what aren't showdogs are sold as pets. With Beagles both sexes are fantastic and not a huge difference personality wise between the sexes, although no two Beagles are exactly alike lol. The breed are probably one of the best to go with young children as they are extremely social, friendly and have no aggression. They are playful and love children, have short coats, are an ideal size (not too big they will knock children over and not so small that the child can hurt the dog by getting a bit excited). They are very tolerant and have a high pain threshold.

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    Beagles can be naughty as puppies but generally settle down into lovely dogs at about 18 months. They need basic training and a fair amount of attention/interaction.

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    Omg gorgeous! Im now falling in love with beagles even more. So beautiful and sounds like a toddler friendly dog

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    Oh @Mumsical I think we may know each other!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyMumma View Post
    Oh @Mumsical I think we may know each other!
    Haha these picks would be a dead giveaway

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    Fellow beagle person that's the reason I know haha!


 

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