By Dr. Watuwa JamesDr. James Watuwa Last updated: 27th November 2023


The Boingle is a cross between the Beagle and the German Shorthaired Pointer purebred dogs. It has a round skull with a long squarish muzzle, a pair of dark eyes mostly brown in color, soft, long, and drooping ears, a powerful body, medium sized legs, and a pointy tail. Being fun loving and high spirited by nature, it makes an excellent companion for a family. It is a versatile breed that may inherit the hunting skills of its parent breeds.

Boingle Pictures

Quick Information

Other NamesGerman Shorthaired Pointer-Beagle Mix, Beagle-Pointer Mix, Poingle
CoatShort-haired, hard, rough, and may be water-resistant like that of the GSP dog
ColorTri-colored pattern including black, white, and tan is common; the head is solid color; white coat with tan marks is also seen
Breed TypeCrossbreed
Group of BreedSporting, Hound Dog
Lifespan12-15 years
Weight50-60 lbs (22.7-27.2 kg)
Size and HeightMedium; 16-20 inches
SheddingModerate and constant
TemperamentSweet-natured, playful, intelligent, energetic, affectionate, bold, obedient, loves to keep company with humans
Good with ChildrenYes
Country Originated inUnknown
Competitive Registration/ Qualification InformationDBR, IDCR

Boingle (Pointer Beagle Mix) Video

Temperament and Behavior

The Boingle dogs are not shy of human interactions and are suited for active families. These are merry, amiable, and even-tempered dogs that enjoy the company of their owners. This people-loving nature may cause these pets to be unhappy and sad if they are left alone. The beagle pointer mix will become anxious and agitated if it does not get regular companionship. As puppies, they have an inherent boisterous personality that can be controlled with effective training.

Even though they are usually friendly to older children, supervision is required when they are around little kids. They are tolerant to other dogs, but may show aggression towards small animals including rabbits and cats. Their courageous and daring personality along with their tendency to bark at intruders makes them exceptional watchdogs.



It needs a few spells of regular activity and play to satisfy its daily exercise requirement. Because of its lively nature, it hates to remain idle and inactive for long hours. Inadequate amounts of exercise may force a Boingle to exercise itself. It may also induce behavioral problems in your pet. Make sure that you take your pet on long walks and jogs. A game of fetch in a fenced backyard will make it happy, and give you the opportunity to form strong attachments with your pet.


The Boingle is a low maintenance dog, and its coat does not need any special care. Apart from sticking to a weekly brushing regimen, you can bathe your pet when needed. To make its coat look clean and glossy, regularly rub its hair using a towel. Your dog’s feet are likely to become dirty after a session of play or exercise in the yard. Therefore, check thoroughly and remove all the dust and mud that has accumulated in its paws. Like all dogs with long ears, your Boingle is prone to ear infections. Carefully inspect its ears for redness, tenderness, and bad smell.

Health Problems

There are no known breed-specific health issues of a Boingle, but being a crossbreed it may be affected by some of the diseases that are commonly seen in its parents. It may suffer from genetic eye disorders, skin diseases, allergies, hip dysplasia, and cancer.


Since the Boingles get bored easily, keeping them focused is a challenge. However, their smartness coupled with a compliant personality makes them fairly trainable. If teaching new exercises becomes a problem, praise them or reward them with dog treats and foods. Early socialization is an absolute necessity with these dogs. This will help teach your Boingle dog in distinguishing between a prey and a household pet. Moreover, crate training is needed to prevent the puppies from getting into mischief when no one is around to supervise them.


Since it is a fairly active breed, it requires a considerable amount of food that suits its lifestyle. Specially formulated foods providing vitamins B and E, fat, and protein will provide sufficient energy. If you are feeding dry dog foods, the daily amount should be between 1.5 and 3 cups. Do not feed your pet before or after strenuous works or exercise, as it will induce bloating.

Interesting Facts

  • The Boingle is a hardy breed, and being a fast runner this dog excels in competitive sports such as retrieving and trailing.

10 responses to “Boingle”

  1. Virginia Saucedo says:

    We had a female boingle.She was a rescue dog from SPCA. We adopted her when she was 18 months and she lived to be 17 years old!! She was an amazing dog. She loved chasing squirrels in our backyard and we even taught her to jump through a hula hoop. Even in her late years she had spunk in her walk– people would comment about that. We miss her very much.She passed away last year.

  2. Heather Bennett says:

    We are happy to have found this page & to have learned our dog is a Boingle!!
    He is a rescue dog, got him when he was about 4 months & have had him for almost 2 years now. He is truly a sweetheart, very good with our kids, & loves to play with other dogs.

  3. Craig says:

    I’m looking for another Boingle. I have a 4 year old male that needs a playmate! This breed is extremely tough to find!

    Any one dan help? I’m in western WI.

  4. Ashley Walker says:

    How do I go about finding the dogs in the pictures? Immine is list and several of these I’d like to inquire about

  5. Rhonda Hooks says:

    We have a Boingle we got at the humane society age 1 year. He is 2 now. HATES being alone…loves excercise. He is incredibly loving. Just a peach of a dog


    We were lucky and found our Beagle Pointer mix at the Humane Society. She is wonderful! Smart and energetic! Perfect dog for us. Loves to explore her surroundings and go for long walks.

  7. Melody Patterson says:

    How do I go about finding a Boingle puppy for sale (Beagle cross Pointer)

  8. Melody Patterson says:

    How do I go about finding a beagle pointer cross puppy. I want a bitch and both parents need to be pure breds. I am familiar with both breeds, I am very active so this puppy would have consistent company and lots of exercise.

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