The beagle is charming, likes to romp into the air and loses no opportunity to play. This breed loves children, loves human company and hunting is an excellent hunter. Packs of beagles were used for hunting hares by smell. Its name comes from the Celtic word meaning small, beag, or French begueule which means throat. This race is currently bigger than their ancestors that could be transported in bags or panniers. Muscular body and water resistant coat, you can find combined colors of white, red, toast, black, lime and blue. He is alert and it must be handled firmly, since it possesses a strong personality and this at times makes it difficult to train. It is almost never aggressive and is always in a good mood, but if it is not exercised, it bored and will become destructive.
If left alone for a long time barks excessively or make mischief. Grooming: Their short coat requires minimal care. Occasionally brush and bathe only when necessary with a mild soap or shampoo dry. Take care of his long ears medium at least once a week to prevent infections. Food and exercise: exercising is important for this breed, some long walks a week will be fine, if you have opportunity to run freely will be better. It has no special requirements of power, with a commercial diet as croquettes is sufficient, but don’t overfeed because it will be obese. Health: You can suffer problems of obesity, epilepsy, genetic eye disorders and bleeding, as well as skin, spinal and cardiac problems.