20 Beagle Mixed Breeds

The Beagle is one of the most popular breeds due to their intelligence, sweet temperament, and adorable features. They are loved for family pets and companions for the single, as well. They have spunky personalities, a love of an adventure, and a loving attitude towards their family.

Due to many of these awesome canine qualities, breeders all over the world have endeavored to combine them with other dog groups. The outcome has resulted in some amazing, unique, and stunning designer breeds that you cannot get enough of.

In the article below, we have found 20 beagle mixed breeds. We will share some info about each one, plus we have found all the pictures you could want!

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Beagle Mixed Breeds

1. Bocker

Beagle and Cocker Spaniel
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We had to start with one of the most adorable designers called the Bocker. This is a Beagle and Cocker Spaniel united to make a floppy-eared, loving, gentle, and family-friendly pet. They are great for homes with kids, and they love to play outdoors. They can also thrive in rural or urban settings.


2. BeaBull

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The Beabull is a mix of an English Bulldog and a beagle. Together, this calm and charming pet has the face of a beagle with a lower to the ground bearing. They are loyal, protective, and easy-going. They can also be a great candidate for city living.


3. Beagliers

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This next pooch was bred in Australia, although both parents are European. The Beagle and King Charles Spaniel make up this tiny-tot with a decreased prey and scent drive. What they do have is a happy personality, a lot of energy, and they make great family dogs for households that are active and outdoorsy.


4. Pomeagle

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The Pomeagle is a designer hybrid that is bred from a Beagle and a Pomeranian. They are a true companion and lap dog, although they can get into quite a bit of mischief if you let them. They will follow their nose into any adventure, but they also like to cuddle and generally be at your side.


5. Beagleman

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Yup, it’s a cross between a Beagle and a Doberman Pinscher. These little guys are smaller versions of the Doberman with their excellent watchdog capabilities. With the Beagles extraordinary nose, you will be likely to surprise this little fellow. Besides being a watchdog, the Beagleman is loyal, happy, and sweet. Great family companions for young and old.


6. Beagi

What do you get when you mix a Beagle with a Welsh Corgi? You end up with an absolutely gorgeous little guy with short legs and a warm heart. Though they can have some stubbornness, they are also patient, friendly, and social. They are good with young kids and do well as a companion pet.


7. Jack-A-Bee

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The Jack-A-Bee is a cross between a Beagle and a Jack Russell Terrier. This is a fairly new hybrid that originates in the United States. Though not a lot of information has been compiled yet, they are known to be friendly, energetic, and intelligent. They become very attached to their family, plus they are loyal little creatures.


8. Cheagle

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Next, we have a Beagle that has been cross-bred with a Chihuahua. This tiny-tot has gained both of their parent’s best personality traits. They are friendly, spunky, and agile. They know how to make you laugh, and their intelligence is top-notch. Keep in mind, they can be stubborn at times.


9. Raggle

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How cute is this name? This is an adorable mix between a Rat Terrier and a Beagle. This is a hyper dog that retains its strong prey drive from their rat ancestors. They will make a great companion for a single pet household, and you may also want some previous canine experience if you want to take this tyke on.


10. Borkie

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This little fellow has become popular in the way of designer breeds, and for good reason. They are heart-stoppingly cute! With their tiny frame, they are an affectionate, loving, and sweet lap dog bred from a Beagle and Yorkshire Terrier. Be careful, though; their adorable face hides a strong prey drive, so they will chase and herd smaller animals…like snails or ants.


11. Beagle Point

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Bred together, the Beagle and Pointer create an excellent hunting dog that is eager to have outdoor adventures with their human friends. Typically, Beagle Points are bigger than the average Beagle, this hybrid has a strong personality, and they can be a lot to handle. They will require early socialization, although they will end up being loyal and friendly pets.


12. Malteagle

If you are looking for an affectionate, sweet-tempered, and intelligent lap dog, the Malteagle is a great choice. This is a mix of a Beagle and a Maltese. They are the perfect canine companion to cuddle with or enjoy a brisk walk. They are also very friendly to almost everyone.


13. Beagle Shepherd

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Typically, bigger than most of the other Beagle mixes, the Shepherd crossbreed is an independent, intelligent, and protective pet. They require a lot of exercises, but they will be a royal and loving companion.


14. Beaski

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The Beaski is a unique mix between a Beagle and a Siberian Husky. This designer dog is very active but surprisingly sweet and affectionate. Their physical characteristics can vary greatly, though. They can look like a big Beagle or a small Husky depending on which parent’s genes are dominant.


15. Boglan Terrier

This is a Boston Terrier and Beagle mix that comes together to form a calm and intelligent pooch. This small dog makes a good companion, but they do have a prey drive to consider. They can also suffer from some anxiety. On the other hand, they are sweet, affectionate, and loyal.


16. Doxle

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Can you guess which two pups this hybrid comes from? Yes, it’s the Beagle and the Dachshund dog. These pets can look like either breed, yet they almost always have short legs with a longer body. They are also intelligent, friendly, and amusing. They know how to make you laugh, and they will perform these antics on cue.


17. Beago

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Here, we have another larger designer breed that is a mix of a Beagle and Golden Retriever. As it was thought, this pup inherited both parent’s best stuff. This is a loyal, friendly, and super-intelligent pet. They need a lot of exercise, love, and attention, but you will get a loyal pet for life.


18. Poogle

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The Poodle and Beagle mix is probably the most popular and well-recognized hybrid designer breeds. They are intelligent, active, and friendly. They can also vary in size. They can be shorter and small like the Beagle, or taller like their Poodle parts. They are the most adorable with the curly fur, however.


19. Beaglemation

This hybrid sounds more like a country devoted to the Beagle, right? Though that’s not true, the actual meaning is just as great. This is a cross between a Dalmatian and a Beagle. Between the bravery and intelligence of the spotted Dal, and the hunting instincts and antics of the Bea, you end up with a spunky, smart, and active pal. They can be friendly is socialized early, and they are very loyal and happy pets.


20. Beagle Hound

Our last Beagle mix is courtesy of the Basset Hound. These two hunting dogs together make a formidable opponent for smaller prey. They need to be socialized early in life. Other than that, this is an intelligent, loyal, and energy. They also have one of the best noses around.

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Conclusion

We hope you have enjoyed these Beagle mixed breeds, and you have learned a little bit about each one. All of these canines have their unique traits, but they are all cute, spunky, and intelligent. Each one will make a great pet if you have the right lifestyle!


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