Beagle For Sale

Beagles are small-sized members of the hound family and make great family dogs. They have an average size of around 13 to 16 inches and weigh between 18 to 30 lbs. The heaviest Beagle on record was almost 75 lbs and was the size of a small pony! Beagles have an average lifespan of 12 to 15 years, and with proper care, they can live even longer.

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At Fifth Avenue, we offer a wide range of puppies for sale. we believe that every puppy and kitty should be carefully bred and well taken care of from the moment they are born. Through our behavioural enrichment programme, we help to increase the odds of raising a socially successful, trainable, healthy, and happy dog.

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Beagles are intelligent, energetic, and curious pets which makes them eager to learn new things. Since Beagles are naturally curious, it often can get them into trouble such as digging and chewing furniture. They tend to be vocal, especially when they’re excited.

Beagles are affectionate and independent, making them great family pets. They are loyal, friendly, and playful dogs that love being around their people. While they may be wary of strangers, they’re also eager to please and can easily be trained with positive reinforcement methods.

Beagles also require socialization with people and other animals to keep them from becoming bored or anxious. With patience and consistency, beagles can become well-mannered members of the family.

Training & Learning:
Beagles are highly trainable and intelligent with a natural curiosity. They are eager to please, which makes them easier to teach than some other breeds. While they may be stubborn at times, beagles can learn basic commands as well as complex tricks with the right motivation and consistency. They respond best to consistent positive reinforcement, such as treats or praise, rather than negative punishment.

Beagles enjoy challenging tasks that require problem-solving such as agility courses or scent games. With the right approach, they can be trained for activities such as search and rescue or tracking competitions.

Caring For A Beagle

Food & Hydration:
Once Beagles have reached adulthood, they should have access to food and water 24 hours a day. For puppies up to 12 weeks of age, it is best to feed them smaller meals multiple times a day. As they grow, you can reduce the number of meals but still provide frequent snacks throughout the day.

Beagles can be prone to overeating, so it is important to monitor their food intake and adjust portions as needed. To ensure they stay healthy, feed them high-quality dog food that contains all of the necessary vitamins and nutrients they need. As always, make sure your Beagle drinks 1-2 liters per day.

Beagles need regular exercise to stay fit and healthy. They are hunting dogs, so they love the outdoors and long walks. You should be walking your Beagle for at least 30 minutes per day, but longer is better if your dog can handle it. Alternatively, you can take them jogging or running with you.

When outdoors, play with your Beagle and let them explore. This can help to keep them mentally stimulated as well as physically active. Beagles love games such as fetch and tug, so make sure you incorporate them into your daily routine. If you live near a dog park, this is an excellent place to let them run around off-leash and socialize with other dogs.

Beagles have medium-long fur that will require regular brushing and grooming to stay healthy and look its best. Brush your Beagle’s coat with a slicker brush at least once per week, focusing on the areas where tangles may form. You can also use a wide tooth comb or undercoat rake to remove loose hair from their long fur.

Beagles also need to be bathed at least once every two months using gentle dog shampoo, and their nails should be clipped regularly to keep them from becoming too long. Additionally, make sure you clean your Beagle’s ears regularly to avoid the buildup of bacteria or wax that can cause infections.

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