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Matilda Cruz
Matilda double majored in zoology and animal behavior at the University of Hawaii. She’s been an animal lover from a young age and knew she wanted to study them even more for her career. She’s always looking for ways to spread her animal knowledge.

Poogles are the cutest, sweetest little dogs that are a designer cross between the Beagle and the toy Poodle.

  • Poogles are also known as Beaglepoo’s, Beapoo’s, or Beagle Doodles.
  • They are a cross between two purebred dogs, so they are not recognized as a new breed by the canine organizations in the U.S.
  • Poogles are intelligent, loving, and affectionate furry companions.
  • These hybrid dogs can live up to 13 years.
  • Weight ranges are between 11 and 25 pounds.
  • Typically, these dogs reach heights of between 9 and 16 inches.
  • Because they are hybrids and the mothers and fathers can be either Beagles or mini-Poodles, it’s difficult to predict their appearance.
  • Appearances range from sharing similarities with Poodles or Beagles, but generally, they will have short to medium curly or straight hair.
  • Colors can vary between tan, mixed black, and tan with white in their coats.
  • Poodles are hypoallergenic, so Poogles share some of these characteristics.
  • They are low shedders.
  • You won’t need to worry about this breed making a lot of noise as they do not bark incessantly.
  • Because Poogles are so lovable and easygoing, they make great pets for elderly folk, children, and single people. They also make excellent family pets.
  • Poogles are good at hunting, are alert, and make fantastic watch dogs.
  • Another plus point of this mixed breed is that they are easy to train.

If you’re keen on owning a Poogle, be prepared to fork out anything between $500 and $600 if you purchase one from a reputable breeder.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Those pups are adorable! But with crossbreeding between beagle and poodle there are so many different outcomes that can occur. Some cute like the pups above but so many unknowns. With purebreed dogs you kinda get the outcomes that you are expecting!

  2. I adopted a year old Chiweenie (cross between Chihuahua and Dachshund).
    This little hybrid is a wonderful animal.
    Very smart
    I would highly recommend this type of hybrid.

  3. I would never buy a dog from any breeder. They only breed dogs for the money. Go to a shelter and save a dog. There are dogs of all breeds in shelters that need loving homes.

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