Free BEAGLE Puppies

And why not look for a Free Beagle Puppy in all this? The all-terrain Beagle, has a lot to offer the world: compact size, great personality, attractive and easy to care for. 

A well balanced dog, sweet and kind expression, the Beagle has a full and quite long skull, slightly rounded over the occipital, never flat. The ears are long and almost reach the tip of the nose; they hang completely smooth and wide. They eyes are large and well separated; its expression is soft and happy. The muzzle’s upper line should never be blunt or pinched; the muzzle should not be long, pointy or too short. The neck flows from the shoulders, and is not short or heavy. The throat is smooth and should never display a dewlap. The shoulders, sloped, never straight; the hindquarters, with a short and straight tarsus; the tibia, strong and well let down tibia; moderately angled and firm hocks, never straight. The tail is very high inserted and happily elevated, never very long. The coat is smooth and strong, medium length, never short, fine or soft. The Beagle comes in every typical hound color. The minimal height to the withers is 33 cm and the highest is 40 cm.
 
WHO is Free BEAGLE Puppy for?              
The Beagle, smart and classic, is an affectionate, obedient, always happy and strong family dog. It is a debate professional: it knows how to convince its owners about a lot of things. Education should be started soon, since otherwise you will have an overweight, barker Beagle that will soil every room. It is sociable with other dogs and has a tireless desire to please its masters. All in all, the Beagle is a fantastic dog.
 
DEVELOPMENT of BEAGLE
The size and growth obviously vary according to variety. The puppies that reach the maximum size allowed tend to grow faster, although not exclusively. C-sections are more frequent in small specimens. Dewclaws should be removed in forelegs as well as hind legs, if any. The Beagle is a natural breed, without anomalies in growth or development. The Beagle needs a balanced diet and grows at a consistent rhythm. Most of the Beagle is black and white when born, and the blue ones, with a grayish tone. Incorrect closing is relatively common, and can be determined at early age. A defective closing should be avoided, and not use these specimens to breed, although as a company animal an incorrect closing should not give trouble if the mouth is properly tended.

At three weeks the Beagle’s true color emerges.
 
BEAGLE HEALTH             
Eye anomalies occur in the breed, including cataracts, glaucoma, detachment and progressive retinal atrophy, for which check up is essential. The Beagle’s structure seems to male it prone to intervertebral disc disease and multiple epiphyseal dysplasias (producing a wave movement in the hindquarters) is transmitted genetically. However, hip dysplasia is very rare. Hemophilia A is a recessive hereditary trait linked with the gender, about which we need to ask the breeder. Kidney disease has also been reported, as well as gland size augmentation, amiloidosys, IgA deficiency, meningitis, pulmonary estenosis and congenital anemia (Pyruvate kinase deficiency). However, a well bred Beagle is a robust and cheerful animal with a 12 to 15 or more year longevity, which requires little care and has a healthy appetite.

Buy your Beagle only from parents free from potential eye, kidney and blood problems. Don’t let anything interfere with your dog’s potentially long life.