The Beagleman is a designer breed, developed by mixing the Beagle and Pinscher Doberman. This medium statured dog possesses a unique appearance, deriving traits from both its parents. Its tail is similar to the Beagle’s, slightly curved and tipped with white. It mostly has soft well-set ears and large eyes. The Beagleman may take the black and brown color of its Doberman parent or have a tri-colored hue like the Beagle. The lively, loving and energetic nature of this breed makes it a popular pet choice widely used for agility sports.
|Coat||Silky, Shiny, and Sleek|
|Color||Brown, Tricolor, Black|
|Group (of Breed)||Designer, Working Dog|
|Life expectancy||10 to 12 years|
|Size and Height||Medium; 16 to 22 inches|
|Weight||40 to 55 pounds|
|Temperament||Loyal, Loving, Intelligent, Energetic, Playful|
|Good with Children||Yes|
|Barking||Barks to alert its owner about the intrusion of a stranger|
|Competitive Registration/ Qualification Information||ACHC (American Canine Hybrid Club), DRA ( Dog Registry of America, Inc.), IDCR (International Design Canine Registry), DDKC (Designer Dogs Kennel Club)|
The main purpose of creating his designer breed might have been to obtain a dog possessing the cuteness, will power, and friendly nature of the Beagle along with the loyalty, strength, agility and alertness of the Doberman Pinscher.
It has been recognized under the name Beagleman by the Designer Dogs Kennel Club and the American Canine Hybrid Club.
The Beagleman has the loyalty of the Doberman as well as the intelligence of both its parents. It is immensely attached to its family, loving to get attention alongside being very protective about them. They share a perfect rapport with children owing to their playful and dynamic nature, also mingling well with dogs and other pets. They are at times mischievous and can be seen running behind or chasing cats. Inheriting the alertness of the Doberman and barking trait of the Beagle, this breed might excel as an excellent guard and watch dog. As one of its parents is the Beagle, it might acquire the strong smelling and sniffing instinct from it.
These dogs have sharp brains and would indeed be a quick learner. Owners or trainers should make use of this quality and teach a lot of interesting tricks and techniques to the Beagleman puppies. Their smelling instinct should also be sharpened further as it would benefit the owners. As they may turn out to be an excellent watch and guard dogs, they should be encouraged to exercise this talent of theirs well. These dogs might have the aggressive and stubborn nature of their parents. Thus, they need a firm and patient trainer to guide them in a proper way. You can even go for a professional trainer who would help them to develop a pleasing personality.
This breed would need one and a half to two and a half cups of dry dog food on a daily basis. Their diet should also comprise of meat source along with whole grains. Since it has a shiny coat like the Doberman Pinscher, its food may be supplemented with fatty acids like safflower oils and flaxseed.