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Beagle Mixed Breeds: Fantastic, Floppy-Eared Friends

Originally bred as a hunting dog, the modern Beagle has retained much of it’s tracking ability and is still used in Great Britain as a tracker dog.

Their sense of smell is listed as one of the best among their doggy friends, and the Beagle is often employed in differing K9 units, from drug-sniffer to search-and-rescue dogs.

Remarkably astute, intelligent, and kiss-you-to-death friendly, their soulful brown eyes and at times melancholic expression will most certainly win over even the stoniest hearts!

Check out our list below of the most adorable top 18 beagle mixes and feel free to let us know what you think of these furry friends.

1. The Cheagle (Beagle / Chihuahua)

Beagle / Chihuahua mix

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This toy sized pooch is an affectionate, spirited, sociable, and fun-loving companion, who requires plenty of exercise to work off that excess energy.

Due to the Cheagle’s high energy levels, training is highly recommended as they can quickly pick up on negative behavior like jumping and unnecessary barking.

Cheagles are best suited to active, outdoorsy humans and apartment dwellers seeking a wet-nosed buddy.

2. The Bagel (Beagle / Basset)

This long-eared honey strikes the perfect balance between full-blown energy bursts and long periods of lazing around doing nothing.

He’s known to be a little mischievous and loves company, which makes him an excellent companion for kids and other family pets. Now they can get into trouble together!

3. The Beaski or Busky (Beagle / Husky)

This adorable beauty is a medium-sized mix between a Beagle and Husky, with the characteristic markings of both his ancestors – floppy ears of the Beagle complementing the facial markings and baby blues inherited from the Husky.

This baby is a determined worker with bags of energy, is approachable and tender, and worship their household companions. Be careful if you’re also a cat owner though, as Husky’s by nature don’t tolerate felines very well.

4. The Puggle (Beagle / Pug)


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Overall, this pup tends to be sociable, outgoing, and loving, who will almost always gets along with the other pooches in the family.

As endearing as the Puggles are, however, they do tend to have a genetic tendency to be stubborn and mule-headed – especially when trying to train them. Here, patience is the key. Keep at it and you’ll soon be bragging with the best behaved Beagle and Pug mix in the neighborhood.

5. Coagle or Bocker (Beagle / Cocker Spaniel)


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The combination of the sweet-natured and mild-mannered Beagle and Cocker Spaniel results in the perfect companion for older children, senior citizens, and homes with limited space. This beauty will be totally content to cuddle up in your lap all day while sharing oodles of snuggles and cuddles.

6. Beaglemation (Beagle / Dalmatian)

Spot over here is a medium to large sized dog, who has an extremely sensitive nature. She doesn’t like being reprimanded and will become afraid if her owner is impatient. She loves plenty of attention, is playful and lovable, making her the ideal doggy for a home with lots of energetic children.

7. Beabull (Beagle / Bulldog)

This sweet little face inherited his underbite and wrinkles from his English Bulldog Pappa and the floppy ears and the long muzzle is all Mamma Beagles family trait!

Playful, lovable, and with mountains of energy, all make the Beabull a loyal friend for the kids. If left to his own devices for very long, he is capable of getting a little destructive though, so make sure to heap loads of love and cuddles on that pudgy body.

8. Poogle (Beagle / Poodle)

This adorable face is a combination of a Beagle and a Poodle, resulting in one uber smart puppy. Because of their intelligence, it is highly recommended that Poogles go through a training program, as they can easily outwit their humans and get into tons of mischief.

They pick up on tricks very quickly and are more than happy to show off all their skills. This puppy is the ideal companion for basically any household.

9. Beago (Beagle / Golden Retriever)

The Beago’s easy-going nature makes this golden girl the perfect family companion, who displays heaps of patience and adoration for kids and other family pets. She also loves snack-time and it would be wise to keep an eye on her diet, as Beago’s are known to easily pack on the pounds.

10. Lagle or Beagador (Beagle / Lab)

One of the most popular mixed breeds, the Beagador is a friendly, enthusiastic and playful family dog with a sweet disposition. This pup will also protect house and home from intruders as he exudes confidence and courage.

11. Beagi (Beagle / Corgi)

Our short, stocky Beagi is quite the social animal, who gets along famously with other household pets, but can become over-protective, territorial, and jealous when meeting new and strange animals.

Their extremely loyal and caring nature will ensure life-long bonds are formed with owners and caregivers.

12. Pomeagle (Beagle / Pomeranian)


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The Pomeagle are generally smallish dogs, displaying astute intelligence and affection. They do tend to exhibit some attention deficits as their curiosity often gets the better of them, and owners need to be firm and patient when training to keep their constant interest.

They adapt extremely well to small living spaces like apartments, making them ideal pets for older people, or folks who have limited space.

13. Beashund or Doxle (Beagle / Dachshund)


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The friendly disposition of the Doxie will set your mind at ease if you are already a pet owner, as they get along famously with other animals. Part Beagle, part Dachshund, Doxies adore your undivided attention and will keep you entertained for hours or for however long you are willing to roll around on the floor with him…

14. Teagle or Boglen (Beagle / Boston Terrier)


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Don’t let this pooch’s cutie-pie face mislead you, because while friendly, he can be fiercely aggressive and protective over those he loves.

Teagles also tends to have quite a stubborn streak and requires plenty of devotion and activity to work off excess energy. Such a brave and alert doggy is the ideal household buddy and has proven to be an excellent guard dog.

15. Borkie (Beagle / Yorkie)


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Made up of the most adorable features inherited from his Beagle and Yorkie parents, this small sized pup is ideal for single doggy owners or large families.

Borkies are extremely intelligent, loyal, and loving of their nearest and dearest. They thrive on any attention you’re willing to heap upon his scraggly head.

Be warned though, Borkies love using their voices and have no qualms about yakking and yapping all day. Make sure you leave him with plenty of entertainment if you need to leave him to his own devices.

16. Bea-Tzu (Beagle / Shih-Tzu)

Beautiful inside and out, the Bea-Tzu is an extremely warm, loving and compassionate friend, who loves attention and play-dates. He is a dedicated human lover and will stick to you like glue.

17. Malteagle (Beagle / Maltese)


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This powder-puff of cuteness is an ideal kiddie pooch as he cannot get in enough playtime!

Malteagles are fairly difficult to train and require a firm and patient owner who will persevere and push through this breed’s natural stubbornness. The Mateagle sports the trademark Maltese long-haired coat and needs regular grooming to keep his coat shiny and beautiful.

18. Raggle (Beagle / Rat Terrier)

A small and powerful bundle of dynamite, the Beagle Terrier mix is a loyal and powerful addition to your family. He will definitely need training to control his energetic nature, but once trained, will become your most perfect friend and watchdog.

We hope you loved our Beagle mixed breed compilation and would love to hear what you think! Please feel free to share your own Beagle mix photo’s with us and be sure to leave us a comment below.

Proud owner of a Beagle? Make sure to also check out our article on the best dog foods for Beagles (yum)!

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