Beagle Pitbull Mix: Beaglebull Breed Information & Facts

Last Updated on January 14, 2023 by Becky Roberts

Quick Summary: The Beagle-Pitbull mix, also known as the Beaglebull, is a rare mixed breed dog. These guys are quite controversial, but that shouldn’t stop you from loving and owning one. Although misunderstood and hated by many, this breed is very much loved by those who know their true personality. The Beaglebull is a medium to high energy dog that needs an average of 60 minutes of exercise each day. Their high energy means they can consume around 2 cups of food daily. The Pitbull-Beagle Mix is a generally healthy dog whose lifespan ranges from 11 to 15 years. They’re an adorable and human-focused breed that’s well-suited to be a family pet.

The Beagle Pitbull mix is a fascinating dog and turns out to be a charming pup. You can get this breed at a cross-breed breeder, but you may also find it at your local shelter or rescue.

He is a happy, healthy, medium-sized dog. His energy is enough to keep you busy, but he also enjoys a good nap in the afternoon. He is generally healthy, but it is important to watch his snack intake. He can quickly become a piggie pup if left alone.

Does this breed appeal to you? You should consider several things before deciding (just as with any dog). Let’s take a closer look and see if Beaglebull would be a great addition to your family.

Beagle Pitbull Mix

Parent Breeds

The term designer dog is not new. However, the process of combining two purebred breeds is not. It sounds fancy but it is actually quite simple. This process is slightly different from the term crossbreed because it involves the purposeful blending of two purebred dogs to create a dog with the characteristics and appearances of both parents.

This is great news for families that can’t decide which one to choose. It also makes them healthier and more resilient in terms of fighting diseases and health issues. These guys are controversial, but that shouldn’t stop you from loving the Beagle Pitbull mix.

It is helpful to have a basic understanding of its parents, their history, and temperament in order to understand the expectations that are placed on this dog.

The Beagle

The origins of the Beagle’s breed are unknown. This is unusual for a purebred dog. It is commonly believed that the Beagle originated from England and that his ancestors date back as far back as 55 B.C. The Beagle became popular with English Gentry and Hunters in the 16th Century, and their primary use was to hunt hares and other small mammals. He was a skilled hunter and became one of the most loved hunting dogs. However, the foxhound made him second because he was faster. The Beagle was preferred by those who couldn’t afford horses, as they could easily keep up on their feet.

The Beagle spread his canine wings and arrived in America towards the end of the 19th Century. The American hunting community was impressed by him as soon as he arrived, much like the English gentleman. In 2019, the American Kennel Club (AKC) ranked the Beagle as the 6th most popular dog breed in America, and he is the favored dog of celebrities such as Miley Cyrus and Megan Markle. Beagles are very popular as designer dogs. Other beagle mixes include the Doxie Beagle mixture and the Lab Beagle mix.

The American Pitbull Terrier

The American Pitbull Terrier was born in America but his roots are actually in England. To create the ultimate fighting dog, Terriers were crossed with Bulldogs. Bull Terriers were named after their puppies. The term “pit” was used because the dogs were placed in pits with hundreds of rats. The dog that killed the most rats in a given time period was declared the winner. They were taken to America in the 19th Century, and it was here that the biggest and most powerful fighting dogs were bred, and the larger strain, called the American Pitbull Terrier, was born.

His fighting record is what has unfairly earned him his vicious reputation. However, when American fighting was outlawed, his companionship qualities were quickly realized and American Pitbulls were born. Although they were taught to fight with other dogs in the ring, they would not attack their master. It is this love for humans that still reigns supreme. Several breeds fall into the Pitbull class, but there truly is only one APBT.

He is now a misunderstood and hated dog by many, but loved by those who know his real personality – and he is a much-beloved family pet. Pitbulls can be mixed with other breeds either intentionally or by accident. Some popular pitbull mixes include the labrabull mix or the Rottweiler Pitbull mix.

The Beagle-Pitbull Mix: Beaglebull

The Beaglebull hybrid dog is relatively new to the market. It is believed that he originated in America during the past two decades. This is all we know about him. Although his parents are very different, it is not hard to see that they are also very similar. However, opposites do attract, and this is where the best things in life happen.

You can expect a merry, fun, and energetic dog that loves being involved in family activities and is enthusiastic. The Beagle can be described as curious and friendly. The American Pitbull Terrier can be described as intelligent, confident, and good-natured. However, it is impossible to predict the characteristics that a mixed-breed pup will inherit, so even though this article describes the typical Beaglebull, there could be slight differences between the pups.

If you’re intrigued by Pitbull Beagle Mix, then continue reading to learn more about his characteristics as well as what to consider before you commit to one of these dogs.

Appearance and Size

The average height of both male and female Beaglebull is 18 to 20 inches from paw to shoulder, and they will weigh between 30 and 40 pounds, and as such, they are considered to be medium-sized dogs. Because his parents look different, the appearance of their puppies can also vary. Sometimes they even differ within the same litter.

They will be have a thick, muscular build that is similar to their American Pitbull parent. However, they will have a friendlier appearance than the Pitbull. They may have some wrinkles and skin folds as puppies, but they will grow out over time. He will likely have the floppy, puppy-like Beagle ears, with large, round eyes. They should be dark in color but occasionally lighten to a lighter shade.

Colors and Coat

His hair will be short and will have a shiny sheen. His double-layered coat will shed as the weather warms.

His color will depend on his Pitbull parent’s color. However, he may sport a brown color with white areas across his body. This is similar to the Beagle.

Exercise and Living Conditions

The Pitbull Beagle Mix is a medium to a high-energy dog that will need on average 60 minutes of exercise every day. Both his parents are smart and would enjoy a variety of activities during their week. A walk in the forest or a course of agility will satisfy the Pitbull’s energy. To keep him occupied, he’d love to play interactive games with his family.

The Pitbull Beagle Mix is an adaptable dog who would thrive in a home with a yard or apartment. If you live in an apartment, your Pitbull Beagle Mix will require more outdoor adventures for toilet breaks and fresh air.

The Beaglebull is just like his parents. He is lively and energetic. It is best to keep your Beagle on a leash, as you might never be able to get him back.

He is friendly and well-suited for families with children, whether they are younger or older. The Beaglebull’s Pitbull parent was an affluent child-loving Pitbull, which is why he’s known for his affectionate nature.

The Pitbull can be fearful of other dogs but this is usually limited to Pitbulls who were not socialized properly as puppies. As such, the Beaglebull should be fine with other animals in his family home. You should make sure that he has a safe pre-meet. If this goes well, he will be able to fit in your multi-pet household.

Temperament and Personality

The Beaglebull is a lively little dog who gets the Pitbull’s boisterous energy and the Beagle’s merry mischievousness. He is also very affectionate with his human family and will not hesitate to jump on your lap and snuggle til sundown.

Many people believe that the American Pitbull Terrier is reserved with strangers and therefore makes a good guard dog. However, this could not be further from reality. The Beaglebull is a gentle, sweet boy. It is easy to see why since his Beagle parents are very friendly with strangers. Therefore, he is not considered to be a good guard dog.

That said, if the Beaglebull inherits his Beagle parent’s trait to bark at everything, he might make you aware that a stranger is entering the estate, but then he will proceed to play with them. If he barks a lot, it could be a sign that he is bored. His howling is a fun and entertaining characteristic provided that your neighbors aren’t offended.

Training and Socialization

With his Beagle parent’s love for snacks, the Beaglebull’s motivation is likely going to be food, so make sure you use this to your advantage and utilize them as his reward for good behavior. Positive reinforcement is the best method to train him. However, don’t overdo it by giving him lots of verbal praise because this will satisfy his Pitbull parent’s eagerness for him to please them.

It would greatly help if you socialize him early – there are three reasons. First, all dogs require socialization to become confident and balanced. Second, his Beagle characteristics may cause him to chase cats and other small animals. Therefore, the more socialization you provide, the less likely it is that he will see these animals as prey. Thirdly, Pitbull’s aggression can make it difficult for him to get along with dogs of different sizes and shapes. Socializing will help him learn not to be afraid of them. You must make all experiences as pleasant as possible for him to enjoy them. It would be great to show everyone who doesn’t like your Pitbull-type dog how well-behaved he is at the dog park!

Basic Nutrition and Food

The Pitbull Beagle Mix’s high energy means that he will consume 2 cups of food per day. It is dependent on his activity level and size. He should be fed high-quality, high-energy food for medium-sized dogs.

As mentioned previously, he is likely to enjoy a snack or ten. However, don’t let his puppy dog eyes convince you that he really needs more. Obesity is a problem for the Beagle and the Beaglebull is no exception. Make sure he is fed the right food for his age and that satisfies his calorie needs.

Health and Lifespan

The Pitbull Beagle Mix is a generally healthy dog whose lifespan is between 11 to 15 years, which is around the same as his parents. Although he is a mixed breed, which has a larger gene pool and is slightly healthier than his parents, there are still certain health problems.

This is a new hybrid dog and it’s a rare one. He does not have any breed standards or officially recommended tests. We look at his parents’ health to determine what he will be able to do.

He is predisposed to Elbow or Hip Dysplasia which could lead to crippling arthritis and pain in the legs. With his large, floppy ears, the Beaglebull is more likely to suffer from ear infections. The Beagle is prone to Musladin-Leuke Syndrome, which is a genetic mutation that is specific to Beagles, and it is essentially characterized by a tight skin. It would also be wise for the Beaglebull to undergo an Ophthalmologist evaluation, to check for conditions such as Progressive Retinal Atrophy.

Pitbulls are healthy dogs with few health issues. However, one of their major concerns is skin allergy. This is a common condition in Pitbulls so the Beaglebull may also suffer from it. It can cause discomfort and irritation, which can all be managed by the Veterinarian.

Grooming and Maintenance

The Beaglebull’s short coat requires minimal grooming. Brushing his coat once a week will remove dead hairs and keep it shiny and healthy. Unless he is extremely dirty, he should be bathed every other month.

The ears of the Beaglebull should be cleaned at least once a week to prevent any wax buildup and infection. Other grooming requirements, such as nail trimming or dental brushing are the same for all dogs.

Rescues and Shelters

Similarly, very few Beaglebull mixes can be found in rescue shelters. If there are, they will likely be labeled Pitbulls or Pitbull mixed without any specification. If you’re determined to rescue one of these wonderful dogs, then be patient and take your time. Although it can be slow, there are many benefits to rescuing a dog – you not only get to see his personality, but you also literally save a life.

Breeders and Puppy Costs

The Beaglebull hybrid dog is rare and reputable breeders will be few. You should begin your search online for a breeder. It is best to choose a few you like, then go on your detective mode to verify that they are ethical and reputable. You can also join dedicated social media groups to ask for recommendations. Also, make sure you get to meet the puppies and that they are comfortable with you.

The average price of a Beaglebull puppy will be approximately $500 from a reputable breeder. Unreputable breeders are not trustworthy and will not care about the health of the puppy. They also won’t give the puppy the best start in life.

The Beaglebull as Family Pets…

  • The Pitbull Beagle Mix is an adorable and human-focused breed.
  • He will generally love to spend all of his time with you.
  • He is a high-energy dog requiring around 60 minutes of exercise daily.
  • He should be placed with an active family who can guarantee this.
  • The Beaglebull does not like to spend time too long alone.
  • He needs to be with a family who won’t leave him alone all day.
  • He is an adaptable dog and would do well in either a house or an apartment.
  • You’ll need to make sure his daily exercise requirements are met.
  • Be prepared for a dog that barks more so than the average dog.
  • Prepare to get your video cameras out for his howling sessions!
  • He is suited to families with children of any age, just be sure to supervise them.
  • As long as he receives adequate socialization training, he should be fine in multi-pet households.
  • He is a fun pup who will love to play fetch and tug of war games all day long.

Conclusion

The Beaglebull is a playful, affectionate guy with a love for children. He would make a great family pet. If he is well-socialized from a young age, he will not exhibit any aggressive behavior that he may have inherited from the Pitbull. This will ensure that he is a well-mannered pet who fits well into a multi-pet household.

He needs around 60 minutes of exercise a day and does not like to be left alone for hours on end So as long as you and your family are active and there is someone who can either spend most of the day with him (or at least spend an hour with him during your work lunch break), then he will happily fit into your life.

Becky Roberts

Becky Roberts

One of Becky's favourite things to do every morning is to browse the top pet-related forums, looking for issues and questions that people have. She then shortlists the most common ones, and turns them into blog posts for Fuzzy Rescue. She's had over 4 cats and 2 dogs over the past decade, so she does know a thing or 2 about raising/training, and more importantly, loving them. She's the only one on our team that doesn't like coffee, but it seems to us she really doesn't need more energy :). We're very fortunate to have her on board as she does most of the heavy listing for the site, outputting an insane amount of content each month. Read More

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