Living with a Beagle Bull
Family Dog: The Beagle Bull makes a good family dog but should be kept well socialized with other animals.
Grooming: The coat of the Beagle Bull should be brushed occassionally and bathed when needed.
Behavior: The Beagle Bull is very friendly like the Beagle but can be very protective of their owner like the Pit Bull.
Barking: The Beagle Bull may develop the characteristic Beagle bark.
Exercise: The Beagle Bull is a very energetic dog who needs plenty of daily exercise.
Beagle Bull Appearance
Appearance: As a puppy the Beagle Bull may have lots of skin wrinkles with a light brown Beagle type body and ears.
Size: The Beagle Bull can stand 18 to 20 inches tall and weigh over 30 pounds when fully grown.
Eyes: The eyes of the Beagle Bull may be tan in color.
Body: The body of the Beagle Bull is very well muscled like that of the Pit Bull.
Forequarters: The forequarters of the Beagle Bull are square and well muscled.
Gait: The Beagle Bull has almost a trot, even and flowing.
Feet: The feet of the Beagle Bull resemble those of the Beagle.
Color: The coat of the Beagle Bull can be tan with a white underbelly.
Coat: The coat of the Beagle Bull is short hair with a mixture between course and fine hair.
Beagle Bull Health
Allergies: The Beagle Bull does not have any known allergies at this time.
Ear Health: The ears of the Beagle Bull need to be watched due to their floppy ears.
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