17 Responses to Beagador

  1. Matt says:

    If you own a Beagador, get a doggie door installed. Make sure you have a fenced yard or plenty of countryside for them to roam. Make sure the bottom of the fence is dig proof! Or install and train with dog fence. Fenced yards should be at least 6ft tall. These dogs can jump! They can climb brick walls using their claws. Mine is 14yrs old now and only mellowed out 4 yrs ago.

  2. Traudie Koenig says:

    Interested in a beagador Half lab half beagle. What website should I go on

  3. Anonymous says:

    I am looking for Labbe puppies (first generation). Any additional information will be appreciated

    • Kevin says:

      I have a AKC Black Lab female in heat now. Considering breeding to Full Blood Beagle Sire. Would you be interested in the puppies if I do this breeding?

    • John Borooah says:

      I have labbe puppy 40days old him. white in colour so if u want to buy then call me 7577827061

  4. Anonymous says:

    Where can can I buy a Lab/BeagleMix? Does anyone know?

    • Angela Hart says:

      My brother Dan Ursry (first Comment) has a 3yr old that just had puppies on Nov.12. you can contact him at ursrydaniel@gmail.com or myself at angelahart65@yahoo.com

    • Dan ursry says:

      I have puppies that will be ready around the 1st of 2017.i have six females,and three males.six chocolates,and three blacks.all have some white on them in various spots.both parents are here at my house if you would like to see them.you can text me at 530-526-3510.im in northern california.

    • Mellonee says:

      Hi! I have 9 Beagador’s that will be 8 weeks old and ready for their forever home on 6-25-17! 5 males 3 females! All puppies will be UTD on shots and worming. If your interested in purchasing please contact me at 270-230-2540.

  5. Robin says:

    I am having such a difficult time house training our Bergdorf. He just don’t get it. We thought that letting him out often with our other dogs that it would help. He can be outside for 30 minutes then 5 minutes later go inside.

    • Jenn says:

      Did you ever have any luck with this!

    • Allison says:

      We recently rescued a Beagador and are having the same problem with house training. How have you handled it?

    • Ivonne Guerreiro says:

      I am fostering a 3 year old begador and he has had quite a few ”accidents” in the house. I too take him out and walk for about 30 min, as soon as we get in the house he goes. He even peed on my cats crate…. I have never had an issue with house training my Stafforshire Terrier. She never has any accidents, even now that she is a 9 year old dog.

      So to answer your question, it been about a week now since we had any accidents, I take him out every 2 hours and put him in a crate for about a half hour. I take him out and let him around the house for about an hour and a half. I take him out again and he empties right away as soon as i get him out.

      If I am leaving the house to run errand i make sure i put him in his crate along with a kong toy to keep him entertained. I dont leave him more than 4 hours alone. so when i get back I take him out outside right away. This has been working for me. I still dont trust him to leave him to roam the house free.

  6. Dan Ursry says:

    Very informative article,you described my dog to a T!i have a three year old lab/beagle cross.in my opinion she is the most intelligent dog i have ever owned,and the most loyal.she love the family but she is definitely my dog and wants to be anywhere i am.i recommend this breed to anyone that has a place this breed can run,they can really move for as short as they are.tons of energy and will keep you on your toes if you dont watch them.

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