The Beagle is a popular family dog, who, in 2019, is ranked as the 6th most popular dog breed in America. Over the last few years, he has slowly started making his way up the popularity ladder, and there is a very good reason for it! He is described as friendly and merry, so he brings a dose of delight to everyone’s day, and because he is a small to medium-sized dog, he makes a great family pet for those with smaller children, particularly as he is so gentle with them.
He also makes for a great walking and adventure partner as he is the owner of one of the most powerful noses on the planet. This curious canine loves to explore everything, and he leaves no stone unturned, but just be sure to keep him on his leash as he is an independent little guy who will choose a scent over his master’s order any day of the week.
There are actually two different sizes of the Beagle, one measures 13 inches and under, and the other measures 13 to 15 inches from paw to shoulder. He is one of the smallest members of the Hound Group, and as such he sports the traditional Hound colors: black, tan and white. He has dark brown button eyes with large floppy ears that look a bit too big for his head, but this only adds to his cute charm. His tail is almost always erect, and his small body is quite muscular. Being a powerful yet compact, serious hunter come cuddly canine, we can definitely see why this guy is becoming more and more popular.
Mixed dogs are wonderful creations, not only are they the best of two worlds, but it also makes them slightly healthier as it widens their gene pool. Thankfully though, the Beagle is already a relatively healthy dog whose lifespan averages between 10 to 15 years.
With the rise in designer dogs and creating all different kinds of pooches, the Beagle has long been a favorite dog breed to mix. The only potential downside about designer dogs is that you cannot always guarantee what genes the puppy will inherit from each parent, but as long as you like both of his parents, then this is not really an issue.
We have discovered 20 of the cutest Beagle mixed pups, as well as a few unlikely breed pairings that work surprisingly well! If you love the Beagle, but potentially want something slightly more alternative to this mainstream popular breed, then you are bound to find the perfect pup in this list. Whilst this list is by no means inclusive, these mixes are proving to be the most popular Beagle versions around.
Breeds: Beagle & Pomeranian
The Pomeagle is one of the ultimate companion dogs, and with the Pomeranian parent being much smaller this guy will undoubtedly be small enough to fit on your lap. With that being said, he is also a very inquisitive and curious little guy who will be forever wandering off if you let him, so be sure to keep an eye on him. For this reason, he will have little patience for his masters attempts in training him, so it is unlikely that he will be a very well-trained dog, but some owners like this independent trait.
It is likely that the Pomeagle will measure anywhere between 7 and 13 inches in height and will weigh between 10 to 20 pounds. He is a very adaptable guy and would be suited to apartment or large home living, just be sure to secure your yard so he cannot escape. Being slightly bigger than the Pomeranian means that he is suited to homes with smaller children too, so it’s good news all around!
Breeds: Beagle & Pug
Another smaller mischievous pup on this list, he also makes a great companion for smaller children, as well as other pets as he is a fun-loving character who is robust enough to be handled by smaller children. He makes a great snuggle partner, just be sure that you like the sound of snuffles, because the Puggle is likely to inherit his Pug parent’s flat face and loud breathing. Brachycephalic syndrome is definitely something that you should check out, but thanks to his Beagle genes his breathing difficulties won’t be as severe.
This guy will measure between 10 to 15 inches in height, and he will measure between 15 to 30 pounds, and his smaller stature makes him suited to apartment life too, so he is a great option for those with little living space. His smooth and shiny coat will typically take the solid colors of black, brown or fawn, with the black mask of the Pug.
Breeds: Beagle & Boxer
The Boggle is a funny and comical character who will keep you and your family entertained for hours on end. With boundless energy and a clumsy set of legs this guy will not rest until you have graced him with a laugh or two. He will likely be a lot less energetic than his Boxer parent, so he makes a great choice for those who love the Boxer but would prefer a less energetic pooch, or equally a Beagle with a bit more energy.
With his athletic body he stands at 15 to 20 inches tall, from paw to shoulder, and he weighs heavier than a Beagle at 40 to 60 pounds. This guy is suited to families with children, but not super small kiddies, for his boisterous energy might prove too much for young families. But with that being said, if he inherits his Beagle’s calmer demeanor he might be suitable, so it really is a personal choice. He will have a short and sleek coat, sporting the colors of either parent.
Breeds: Beagle & Chihuahua
The Cheagle is the smallest Beagle mix on this list, so if it is a handbag version of the Beagle that you are after, then look no further, although a tote bag rather than a purse bag would be better! It is likely that the Cheagle will measure 8 to 13 inches tall and weigh around 10 to 20 pounds. Despite being a smaller pup, he is just as feisty, if not more so, than most of the other Beagle mixes here.
As with most Chihuahua mixes, the Cheagle will become very attached to his owner, so you should expect a clingy dog. While some find this trait adorable, some would prefer a more independent dog, so this is something that you need to consider here. However, if you welcome the Cheagle into your home then you and your whole family are destined for a lot of love and doggy devotion.
Breeds: Beagle & French Bulldog
Here we have another small dog, but one who is super charming and playful. His playfulness is what makes him a great contender for the role of family pet, and everyone from children to the elderly will love him. He is also likely to be stubborn and independent, so despite his small stature he will certainly keep any master on his toes, and he might be quite a challenge to train.
The Frengle will likely inherit the flat face of the French Bulldog, just like the Puggle above, but again the symptoms are less likely to be as severe, which is great news. He will have a square face, but with the cheeky grin of the Beagle, so he will have all of the passersby adoring him from afar. It is likely that he will weigh 20 to 30 pounds, and he will measure 11 to 15 inches in height.
Breeds: Beagle & German Shepherd
The Beagle and the German Shepherd both have a particular set of skills that are very different from one another, but if you combine them together you get a protective and watchful dog, who has a strong sense of smell, particularly for danger. Not only can he smell an intruder from a mile away, but he is able to quickly work out the goodies from the baddies, so he can make friends very quickly too! Be sure to give this intense dog early training and socialization to ensure that you get the best traits from both parents.
The Beagle Shepherd will weigh anywhere between 20 and 70 pounds, and he will measure up to 24 inches in height, from paw to shoulder, so he could quite easily turn out to be a big boy, so make sure that you have enough room for him. He will have a shaggier coat that is dark brown in color. Check out our Beagle Shepherd breed profile to get more details on this awesome mix.
Breeds: Beagle & Siberian Husky
The Beaskie is a strikingly gorgeous looking pup, who is slightly bigger and wilder looking than the Beagle, but a lot more compact than the Siberian Husky. He will weigh 25 to 50 pounds, and he will reach heights of 20 inches tall. He can inherit either the browns and the whites of either parent, in the form of medium length hair, but it is likely that he will inherit the dark facial mask and the bright blue eyes of the Husky.
This guy is going to be a bit of a noisy pup, so expect a lot of Husky chat and Beagle howling, so if you live a noise-controlled living area, then you may want to move onto another Beagle mix! If this is something that you think will be entertaining and quirky, then he will provide you with hours of entertainment and laughter.
Breeds: Beagle & Rottweiler
This guy is a somewhat unlikely combination, but it is another that works so well! A bit like the Beagle Shepherd, this guy can be quite protective of his family, so therefore he needs early socialization training to ensure that he does not become too overprotective. But if you can crack the training and turn him into a well-mannered pup, then he is equally, if not more so, caring and affectionate with his loved ones. So, expect a big softy!
The Reagle tends to look much like a Beagle, but with a squarer head and the black and brown colorings and markings of the Rottweiler. He is the largest guy on this list, so again, you need to make some room for him! The Rottweiler weighs between 80 to 135 pounds, and the Beagle weighs 30 pounds and under, so he will measure anywhere in the middle of those scales. This Rottie mix will likely measure 18 to 23 inches in height too.
Breeds: Beagle & Cocker Spaniel
The Speagle, also known as the Bocker, is a charming little chap who wins everyone over with his big dark eyes and floppy puppy-like ears. Typically, he will inherit the longer fur of the Cocker Spaniel, and with the patches and spots too, but he tends to sport the brown colors thanks to the Beagle’s colors! Expect him to reach heights of 12 to 15 inches, and weigh 30 pounds or under.
This very intelligent dog might make an awesome hunting dog, but he will probably make a better companion dog thanks to his Cocker Spaniels more recent love of the human lap. But that does not mean that you should trust him off the leash! Both of his parents are described as merry, so the Speagle is likely to be doubly so. Expect a loyal canine who will alert you if he feels something is lurking in the shadows.
Breeds: Beagle & Dachshund
The Doxle is another shorter pup, but a long one thanks to his wiener parents’ body. The Doxle will weigh anywhere between 16 and 30 pounds in weight, and he will measure up to 15 inches in height. Dependent on his Dachshund parent’s coat, which can be short haired, long haired or anywhere in between, the Doxle’s hairstyle is really anyone’s guess, but it is guaranteed that this guy will have the distinctive shorter legs and big paddle paws!
As both of his parents are hunters, you can expect this bigger sausage to chase after anything and everything, so keep him on a leash at all times! When not following his nose, he will be trying to snuggle into your lap and armpits, and it is likely that this ‘Velcro dog’ will be one of the most clingiest here. For this reason, he is known to suffer with separation anxiety and so he is better placed with a family that can send most of their time with him.
Breeds: Beagle & Pointer
This might be one of the most tenacious hunters on the list, and so he needs to be placed with a really active family with access to large green areas, for this chap is a country gentleman and is not suited to concrete cities! The Pointer parent is super intelligent and eager to please his master, so if you manage to train the Beagle Point super early, he might be extremely obedient and follow his master over his nose, but then again he might just be stubborn like his Beagle parent! When his nose is not to the ground the Beagle Point is surprisingly affectionate with his family, and this muscular and athletic boy loves to cuddle his masters.
This guy is likely to measure 15 to 22 inches in height, and he will weigh 40 to 60 pounds in weight. Expect him to look lean and fit and have very short and smooth hair. He is likely to sport the colors of the Beagle but the patches and spots of the Pointer.
Breeds: Beagle & Yorkshire Terrier
The Borkie is a cute little charmer, who you might be able to fit into that big handbag of yours. He is likely to weigh 7 to 12 pounds (assuming that he’s not a toy Yorkie), and he will measure 8 to 12 inches in height, from paw to shoulder. Typically, he will inherit the longer and finer hair of the Yorkshire Terrier, with the black, brown and white colorings of the Beagle.
The Borkie is another Velcro dog on this list, and so he needs a family that he can shower in affection and companionship. You will likely have an energetic little guy who will also favor the odd snooze or too, but as long as you are by his side he really will not mind what is on the agenda! He can be a little barky and protective of his master, but this trait can be managed with early socialization.
Breeds: Beagle & Labrador Retriever
It was inevitable that this guy was going to make it on the list, seeing as the Labrador Retriever is the most popular dog in America, and the Beagador is proving to be one of the most popular Beagle mixes too. This guy is super energetic, and it is likely that he will have an affinity for water thanks to the Labradors working background, so expect a regular dip in the local lake.
With the Labrador Retrievers missing POMC gene (the gene that tells him that his stomach is full) and the Beagles loves for snacks, you really need to be careful with the Beagador, because if left unattended he will undoubtedly eat you out of house and home. A healthy sized Beagador will measure anywhere up to 24 inches from paw to shoulder, and will weigh between 30 and 80 pounds.
Breeds: Beagle & Golden Retriever
The Beago is a doubly gentle and sweet soul thanks to both of his parent’s human-loving genes, so if it is a loving canine companion that you are seeking, then look no further than this guy. He will be well suited to a young family with small children, or even a multi-pet household, so the skies the limit with the Beago. He is energetic during playtime, but he takes his afternoon naps seriously too!
The Beago will measure around 18 to 22 inches in height, and he will weigh between 35 to 55 pounds. Typically, he will inherit a slightly shorter coat than the Golden Retrievers, but it won’t be quite as short as the Beagle. Expect a deeper golden color than the Retriever, either in solid form or with flashes of the Beagle colors for a beautiful looking mix. He will also likely inherit the larger Beagle ears.
Breeds: Beagle & Basset Hound
Also known as the Bagel, this guy is a hunting genius! These two hunting breeds are often confused with each other, so it made sense that they’d end up as a popular mix. The combined nose power of his parents is likely to find him rummaging deep in the forest and up into the trees during the majority of his walks, so you need a bit of strength behind you. Whilst not out walking it is likely that the Bagle will enjoy a lot of lounging around, so expect a laidback pooch.
Overall, the Bagle Hound looks like a longer and shorter version of himself thanks to his Beagle genes, but with the longer floppy ears of the Basset Hound. Both of his parents sport the tradition Hound colors, so you can expect those in any variation.
Breeds: Beagle & Poodle
At some point, most dogs have been mixed with the Poodle, for not only does he have unique gorgeous curls, but he also has the single coat that often means much less trouble for those with dog allergies, just bear in mind that the Beagle is not hypoallergenic so it is not guaranteed that the Poogle is going to be. The Poogle is going to be an energetic guy, and with both of his parent’s coming from hunting backgrounds, it is likely that he will need at least an hour of exercise a day.
The Poogle’s size will be entirely dependent on which size his Poodle parent is, for they also come in three different sizes; the Standard, Miniature and Toy. On average the typical Poogle will measure between 10 to 15 inches in height and will weigh between 20 to 30 pounds, just be sure to ask the breeder what size his Poodle parent is. Black, brown and white waves are likely to be the chosen coat for the Poogle.
Breeds: Beagle & Australian Shepherd
The Australian Beagle is a great companion dog who will pick up commands very quickly, simply because he is so intelligent and loves nothing more than to receive praise from his master. He is a happy-go-lucky pup who will get along with all members of the family, as well as other household animals, so he is a very versatile dog indeed!
He will likely measure between 13 to 23 inches from paw to shoulder, and he will weigh between 20 to 65 pounds in weight, but likely somewhere in the middle of this. He will have a medium double length coat that will shed all year round. He could inherit any of the colors from his Australian parent, such as the lemon or blue tick, whites or fawns, as well as the traditional Hound colors. He could also inherit the mismatched colored eyes too, as do many Aussie mixes,which makes him all the more striking.
Breeds: Beagle & American Pitbull Terrier
The Beaglebull is a confidently strong dog, who will likely inherit the strong prey drive and nose of the Beagle, but with the gentle and sweet nature of the American Pitbull Terrier. For this reason, you can expect a crazy hour of chasing squirrels followed by many more hours of sofa snuggles! Early socialization is recommended with this guy just in case he inherits the Pitbull’s fear aggression tendency towards other dogs, although more often than not, if he is raised well this is rarely an issue.
The Beaglebull will measure between 18 to 20 inches in height, from paw to shoulder, and he will weigh between 30 to 40 pounds in weight, so you can expect a slightly more muscular and heavier version of the Beagle. He will have a short and smooth coat, and depending on his Pitbull parent’s color, he will inherit a mix of brown and white colors.
Breeds: Beagle & Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
For those who love the Beagle but would prefer a less curious version without the high prey drive, then the Beaglier might be the one for you. His King Charles Spaniel genes means that he would happily be a day-long lapdog, so expect a few afternoon snoozes from him. With that being said he still enjoys a few walks a day, so you will have a fine balance of energy and calmness.
He will measure around 12 to 15 inches in height, and he will weigh between 15 and 25 pounds. It is likely that he will inherit the wavier and longer coat of the King Charles Spaniel, but with the brown and white hues and patterns of the Beagle. Overall, the Beaglier is a soft and gentle dog who is confident and graceful.
Breeds: Beagle & Jack Russel Terrier
And last but certainly not least, the Jackabee. This spunky little guy is the JCB of dogs, and with his Beagle parent’s nose there will be no stopping him if he catches a scent, so for this reason, you should never let him off leash. If you have a rodent issue in your garden, then the Jackabee will be the first to offer his pest control services! His short bursts of energy and curiosity make him a fun companion, but with the welcome balance of tranquility too.
He will measure between 11 to 14 inches from paw to shoulder, and he will weigh between 10 and 20 pounds. He will be of proportionate muscular build, with a short and smooth coat that will take on the browns and whites of either parent. If he takes after his Jack Russell Terrier parent more, expect a highly energetic pup that’s extremely intelligent.
The Beagle is an affectionate and merry family pet, whom everyone loves, so when you combine his personality with other much-loved dogs, the Beagle mixed pups were always bound for doggy greatness! The Beagle is a typical family pet, with a great balance of energy and calmness, so he should mellow out or enhance any other dog personality, and always in a good way! Whatever Beagle mix you choose, be sure to keep an eye on his snack intake, and keep him on a leash at all times, and you will both live happily ever after.