23 of the Cutest Beagle Mix Breeds

Droopy, silky ears, big, brown eyes that are ‘puppy dog eyes’ personified and an expression that can win over any heart—you’d think that beagles couldn’t get any cuter!

If you’ve held this belief, though, you obviously haven’t met these adorable Beagle mix breeds. Prepare to have your mind changed by 23 of the cutest beagle mix breeds on the planet!

Beagle Chihuahua Mix (Cheagle)

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If you’ve ever met a Cheagle, you know that good things really do come in small packages. Don’t let the ‘handbag size’ build fool you though—these dogs have extremely big personalities!

A mix between Chihuahuas and beagles, Cheagles are affectionate, extremely social and love having fun. Their high energy levels warrant plenty of exercise as well as training so that bad habits are not formed.

Therefore, while their size makes them a great option for apartments, opt for them only if you’re given to being outdoorsy and active and preferably don’t have young kids in the house—these dogs have diva behavior running in their blood, inherited from the Chihuahua side of the family and don’t take too well to not being in the spotlight.

They also get very protective and attached to their owners and don’t like it when they have to share this attention with another being!

In Numbers

  • Weight: 10 to 20 pounds
  • Height: 8 to 13 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 14 years

Beagle Basset Hound Mix (Bagel)

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Their names may be funny but there’s nothing funny about the perfect mix of beagle and Basset Hound that these dogs are!

Bagels are extremely cuddly, loving and affectionate. They make great family dogs, even with kids or other pets in the house.

Since both parents have extremely contrasting personalities despite their physical similarities, you can never tell what temperament the offspring will have. Where Basset Hounds are content with not moving from the couch, beagles are more energetic.

Therefore, you can expect your Bagel to alternate between snoozing on the couch and mischievously running around the house!

Additionally, with both parents possessing an excellent sense of smell and tracking skills, bagels are also superior sniffers and trackers.

When it comes to their physical features, Bagels tend to lean closer to beagles with the exception of the long droopy ears from the Basset Hound.

Since the parents have similar coloring, the coloring of your Bagel will contain varying proportions of white, black and brown.

In Numbers

  • Weight: 30 to 50 pounds
  • Height: 13 to 15 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 13 years

Beagle Husky Mix (Buskies)

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A bigger and wilder-looking version of a beagle and a super-compact version of a Siberian Husky, Buskies, also called Beaskies, are among the most gorgeous pups out there.

Generally, Buskies carry the defining traits of both parents—the baby blues and facial markings of the Husky parent and the floppy ears of the beagle parent.

The coat length can vary—the busky could either inherit the short coat of the beagle or the slightly longer hair of the Husky. The coloring can lean either way.

Busky pups are super energetic, hard workers and affectionate. Buskies may not take too well to cats (huskies hate felines!) but they’re extremely loyal to their families.

Buskies can be quite noisy, though, especially in their puppy phase.

Of course, this isn’t going to work out very well for you if you live in an apartment or an area where there are noise restrictions, but the mix of the Husky chat and beagle howling can be supremely cute and entertaining—all the trappings of the next Instagram star!

In Numbers

  • Weight: 25 to 50 pounds
  • Height: 20 inches
  • Lifespan: 11 to 15 years

Beagle Pug Mix (Puggle)

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A mix between pugs and beagles, Puggles are just as mule-headed and stubborn as they are loving, sociable and outgoing!

These dogs do very well with company around, both of the human (small kids, too) and animal kind. However, their stubborn streak makes them one hard breed to train, despite their intelligence, demanding a lot of patience; clicker training could work well here.

Also fondly called “The Snuggler”, Puggles are fun loving, inheriting this from the pug side of the family, along with the signature flat face and noisy breathing.

This means you’ll have to be on the lookout for brachycephalic/brachial airway syndrome that afflicts pugs.

However, the beagle genes help in weathering the BS storm to a great extent. Puggles also love sniffing, which they inherit from their beagle parents.

Their temperament perfectly combines the cuddly nature of pugs and the curious, active nature of beagles. They may be given to barking, but again, this can be set right with effective training.

Though the cute face makes it hard to say ‘no’, don’t feed your Puggle frequently—these dogs love food and their portions need to be controlled to prevent obesity.

In Numbers

  • Weight: 15 to 30 pounds
  • Height: 10 to 15 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 15 years

Beagle Cocker Spaniel Mix (Bocker)

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A Bocker is one huge ball of energetic fur and a cuddle bug, too! These dogs, a mix between beagles and Cocker Spaniels, are also called Speagles and inherit a sweet, mild nature from both sides of the family.

This makes them great companion dogs, especially for older kids, senior citizens and small homes. Bockers can be content with nothing more than just cuddling on your lap all day.

Physically, Bockers have huge dark eyes and floppy ears, complemented by the long hair of the Cocker Spaniel and the patches, spots and general coloring of beagles.

Bockers are easy to train, excellent at hunting and do extremely well in dog shows. Bockers can get slightly territorial, especially if not properly socialized. However, this also makes them great guard dogs/watchdogs.

Additionally, their high energy levels are complemented by a love for sports and games, which also mentally stimulate them.

In Numbers

  • Weight: 20 to 30 pounds
  • Height: 12 to 15 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 14 years

Also Read: 45 of the Best Pitbull Mix Breeds

Beagle Dalmatian Mix (Beaglemation)

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Playful, lovable, attention-loving and quite rare, Beaglemations are the lovely result of breeding a Dalmation with a beagle.

These dogs inherit an active, energetic, athletic gene from their Dalmation parent, making them an excellent workout buddy and a great choice for those who love the outdoors.

They inherit their love for humans from the beagle side and love playing and interacting with their “hoomans”.

While all beagle mixes are super cute, this breed is even more so, with spotted skin, a short, smooth coat, a deep chest and a medium build.

Beaglemations are quite sensitive by nature, which means that impatience, scolding and reprimanding aren’t taken too well!

Beaglemations are also quite protective of their owners. They don’t do well with other pets in the house, especially smaller ones, preferring to, as Mother Nature intended, to hunt them instead. Something to think about, if you have other pets at home!

In Numbers

  • Weight: Around 60 pounds
  • Height: 15 to 10 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 12 years

Beagle Bulldog Mix (Beabull)

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Put an English Bulldog and a beagle together and what do you get? One of the most unique, gentle, lovable, playful and energetic pups—Beabulls!

Beabulls are extremely calm beasts, combining the laid-back nature of the English Bulldog and the cuddle bug nature of beagles.

These dogs, quite the social butterfly, are capable of getting along with everyone, which makes them great family pets; they even get along with small children and other pets.

Beabulls have gained quite a following in the last few years, joining the ranks of their already-popular parents. A short, stiff, double coat complements a square head, powerful jaws, a flat face and the characteristic rolls of the Bulldog.

If you do decide to bring a Beabull home, ensure that you have enough time and attention to give these puppers. Left alone for long periods can lead to bidding adieu to your couch or shoes or both, so always be ready with hugs and cuddles for your Beabull!

The spurts of high energy can be satiated with games and long walks. However, this breed is susceptible to brachycephalic airway syndrome, just like Puggles and other health concerns due to his skull structure, which can be emotionally and financially taxing.

In Numbers

  • Weight: 30 to 60 pounds
  • Height: 12 to 16 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 13 years

Also Read: Top 12 Vizsla Mix Breeds

Beagle Poodle Mix (Poogle)

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When we say Beapoos, Beagapoos, Beadoodles and Beaglepoos, we’re not talking about Pokemon—we’re talking about the result of crossing beagles and Poodles, more commonly known as Poogles!

These fluff balls love human interaction, making them excellent family dogs and playmates.

Don’t let the fluff fool you, though—these dogs are extremely intelligent, capable of even tricking their owners and being extremely mischievous!

Putting your Poogle through training will make an excellent pet; their high energy levels and will to please their owners also aids in effective training. However, this also means that they love attention, so ensure you have enough time to give them.

Poogles carry the curly, fluffy coats of their Poodle parent and their size depends on what the Poodle parent’s size is—Toy, Miniature or Standard. Poogles have single coats (so much less shedding worries and allergies to deal with!).

In Numbers

  • Weight: 11 to 30 pounds
  • Height: 10 to 16 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 13 years

Beagle Golden Retriever Mix (Beago)

Both beagles and Golden Retrievers are extremely gentle, sweet souls, so the Beago is twice as gentle and sweet!

Beagos, the result of mixing two of the most popular breeds on the planet, are extremely easy-going and patient. This makes them loving family pets to have around, especially with young children and other furry companions.

While Beagos love their playtime, they also love their afternoon siestas and snack-time, so ensure that you’re keeping an eye on how much you’re feeding him or her—especially because Beagos can pack on the pounds quite easily!

In addition to being super cute, Beagos are also extremely sharp, intelligent and loyal. A playful personality complements a powerful brain.

Beagos get their love for physical activity from their very physically active Golden Retriever parents and need consistent training and exercise.

The coat length sits right in between both parents’ (warranting some grooming and shedding), while the coloring is a deep golden with possible flashes of beagle colors. Beagos generally inherit their ears from the beagle parent.

In Numbers

  • Weight: 35 to 55 pounds
  • Height: 18 to 22 inches
  • Lifespan: 8 to 12 years

Beagle Lab Mix (Beagador)

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Among the more popular beagle mixes is the Beagador, a cross between beagles and Labrador Retrievers. These two popular breeds are the parents of an enthusiastic, playful, sweet, confident and friendly package that absolutely loves being around humans.

Like their Labrador parents, Beagadors are highly energetic and love the water. Another thing these dogs love is their food and with a missing POMC gene from the Retriever side and a love for snacks from the beagle side, can eat just about anything, any time!

Beagadors are also known as Labbes, Lab beagle mixes, Labbe Retrievers and Labeagles.

Watchdog instincts run strong in this breed, thanks to the Retriever genes—they are also confident, courageous and protective. In the wise words of 21st-century meme lords, “he protec but he also attac”!

In Numbers

  • Weight: 25 to 45 pounds
  • Height: 19 to 24 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 15 years

Beagle Corgi Mix (Beagi)

Welsh Corgis and beagles are two of the cutest dog breeds out there, so it’s really no surprise that Beagis are among the cutest beagle mixes. Extremely charming and very sociable, Beagis can melt even the stoniest of hearts!

Beagis are quite protective, which they get from their Corgi parent and also have a stubborn steak that can interfere with their training. Extra patience and positive reinforcement is the way to go when training these doggos.

Beagies do really well around people, which makes them a great addition to any family, especially those with senior folks and young children.

Beagis take after their Corgi parent in appearance, with stubby legs and short stature. Also, like the Corgi, they can be quite prone to obesity, so regular walking and careful monitoring of their diet is important.

Though Beagis are quite social, getting along with people and animals alike, they can get jealous, territorial and over-protective around new beings, protecting their “herd” (their owners and family) from these beings.

That apart, these dogs are lively, affectionate and intelligent and great dogs to have around.

In Numbers

  • Weight: 10 to 20 pounds
  • Height: 10 to 16 inches
  • Lifespan: 12 to 15 years

Beagle Pomeranian Mix (Pomeagle)

Pomeagles are the perfect size to fit in your lap and even better, they love snuggling up there, just as much as they love wandering off and exploring!

Pomeagles, a mix between Pomeranians and beagles, are small dogs that are just as intelligent as they are affectionate.

They’re also extremely curious and inquisitive, letting these traits often get the better of them. Therefore, they’re not really the most attentive dogs on the planet (but they’re so cute that we don’t wanna complain!).

This deficiency in attention also means that pet parents need to exercise a lot of patience and firmness when training their Pomeagles and also find ways to constantly hold their attention and prevent them from wandering off.

Like the Pomeranian parent, Pomeagles do well with living in small spaces.

In Numbers

  • Weight: Between 3 and 20 pounds
  • Height: 7 to 13 inches
  • Lifespan: 12 to 15 years

Beagle Dachshund Mix (Beaschund)

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Also known as Doxles, Beaschunds are a mix between Dachshunds and beagles. These friendly dogs get along very well with other animals, making them a great option if you already have other pets at home.

These dogs, however, thrive on undivided attention—in return, you’ll get hours of entertainment!

Doxles inherit the lovable sausage-shaped bodies from the Dachshund parent, replete with short legs and paddle paws. Don’t let the small body fool you, though—these dogs are excellent watchdogs/guard dogs, displaying territorial and protective instincts while being extremely loyal.

The tail and muzzle of these dogs are long and ears floppy. The length of the coat depends on the parent’s coat—this means it could long, short or anything in between.

With both parents being hunting-inclined, the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree—Doxles need little motivation to start chasing after things, so a leash may be a necessity.

When your Doxle isn’t preoccupied with chasing things real and imaginary, he’s busy being a snuggle bunny—these “Velcro dogs” won’t leave your side till they have to!

In Numbers

  • Weight: 16 to 30 pounds
  • Height: 9 to 15 inches
  • Lifespan: 12 to 14 years

Also Read: Top 17 Blue Heeler Mix Breeds

Beagle Boston Terrier Mix (Teagle)

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Teagles are a cross between Boston Terriers and beagles and accordingly, are all kinds of cute, loyal, spunky, playful and stubborn, too.

These lovable dogs, also known as Boglen Terriers, Boglen or Boston Beagle Terriers, love big families—they love interacting with humans and with more numbers comes more attention, cuddling and love and less ‘being left alone’ time!

Teagles are extremely energetic, which means that they’re great for active adults and families.

This also means that they do well in houses with backyards or spaces where they can burn off any pent-up energy, if a regular walk or playtime at the dog park doesn’t do it. However, ensure your yard is secure—you don’t want them wandering off

Teagles, though friendly, can also be quite aggressive—this stems from their protective instinct, though and not from bad behavior.

Teagles can also be quite stubborn, but if trained well, make excellent guard dogs.

In Numbers

  • Weight: 10 to 40 pounds
  • Height: 12 to 17 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 15 years

Beagle Yorkie Mix (Borkie)

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Born of Yorkshire Terrier and beagle parents, Borkies are adorably small dogs that are great for single-dog families. These dogs are extremely loyal, intelligent and shower unconditional love on their family.

Borkies love attention and when not given any, can be very vocal! These dogs are great talkers and love using their “bork” to communicate, so they may not be the best option for those with easily irritable neighbors or areas with noise restrictions.

However, the barking can be controlled if you keep your Borkie occupied with toys, activities and other entertainment and socialize him at an early age.

Borkies generally inherit the long, fine hair of their terrier parent and the colorings and ears of their beagle parent.

With parents who are natural hunters, Borkies may turn out to be hunters too—when they’re not busy being lap dogs! These dogs can be quite energetic and active, loving the outdoors, so get a Borkie only if you don’t mind being kept on your toes!

In Numbers

  • Weight: 7 to 12 pounds
  • Height: 8 to 12 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 13 years

Also Read: 21 of the Most Adorable Scottish Terrier Mix Breeds

Beagle Shih Tzu Mix (Bea-Tzu)

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A cross between Shih Tzus and beagles, Bea-Tzus are excellent family dogs, especially for families with children. These dogs are intelligent, making them easy to train.

Bea-Tzus also have a very loving personality, capable of getting along with anyone and everyone! However, they do have a protective streak running through them, which means that you may need to be one-dog “hooman” if you’re going to welcome a Bea-Tzu home!

Bea-Tzus also make very good watchdogs. They’re also quite playful, but don’t require much exercise to stay fit and healthy. This means that you can compromise on exercise time, but there’s absolutely no compromise on the showering of love and affection!

In Numbers

  • Weight: 15 to 25 pounds
  • Height: 11 to 12 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 12 years

Beagle Maltese Mix (Malteagle)

Malteagles, with their easy-going personalities and affectionate nature, are crosses between the loyal beagle and the playful Maltese. These dogs love being a part of the family and always want to be at the receiving end of all your attention!

Malteagles can be hard to train, but training and socialization are important, from an early age, to ensure that your Malteagles don’t become stubborn adults. Being firm, patient and consistent and using lots of praise and treats will greatly help in training.

Apart from that, Malteagles are affectionate, gentle and very attached to their owners. They do well with kids and other pets in the house, but only if they’re still getting loads of attention.

Malteagles are curious dogs and when left to their own devices, can become bored and even destructive. They’re extremely energetic and require daily activity and sufficient playtime for physical and mental stimulation.

Their beagle heritage means that Malteagles like chasing scents, so accommodate this in the daily schedule.

Your dog could either inherit the long hair of the Maltese or the short coat of the beagle—as with any mix, it’s going to be a surprise! The ears are always beagle ears, though.

In Numbers

  • Weight: 15 to 22 pounds
  • Height: 10 to 12 inches
  • Lifespan: 12 to 15 years

Also Read: 26 of the Most Popular Maltese Mix Breeds

Beagle Rat Terrier Mix (Raggle)

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A mix between beagles and Rat Terriers, Raggles are small, sturdy dogs with expressive almond-shaped eyes and a lively personality.

Raggles are supremely energetic and are great with families, especially children. They love their playtime and seem to possess infinite energy reserves when it comes to playing!

Raggles, though friendly, can be wary around new faces. They also make excellent watchdogs, thanks to an alert nature and the tendency to bark when there’s an intruder.

Training a Raggle can be challenging, requiring a committed handler to manage the dog’s strong prey drive, a love for chasing other animals and a stubborn streak. Therefore, training a Raggle requires the three Ps—patience, positive reinforcement and praise!

Raggles are capable of getting along with other pets, but only if introduced early. Overall, these dogs are curious, enthusiastic and need plenty of physical and mental stimulation, in the form of exercise, to burn off their energy.

In Numbers

  • Weight: 9 to 20 pounds
  • Height: 7 to 12 inches
  • Lifespan: 12 to 15 years

Beagle Cavalier King Charles Mix (Beaglier)

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Beagles and King Charles Spaniels come together to produce Beagliers, a version of the beagle that’s not as curious or as driven by its preying instincts as the beagle!

These dogs love lounging about in your lap—a trait they inherit from the KC Spaniel. However, the beagle side of them means that they still love their walks throughout the day.

Beagliers are excellent family dogs, thriving in a family environment. They socialize well with other pets and children and though playful, can be quite gentle and loving, too.


However, their long coats mean that they need to be frequently groomed and that they may also be prone to ear infections.

In Numbers

  • Weight: 15 to 25 pounds
  • Height: 12 to 15 inches
  • Lifespan: 12 to 15 years

Beagle Jack Russell Terrier Mix (Jack-A-Bee)

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A fairly new hybrid, Jack-A-Bees are a mix between Jack Russell Terriers and beagles. Owing to their novelty, there isn’t a lot of information available about this breed. In fact, they aren’t recognized by any major kennel club, either.

Though not much information is available about the breed itself, one can guess the offspring’s characteristics from its parent breeds. Jack-A-Bees share many personality traits with their parents, such as intelligence, friendliness, sweetness, gentleness, loyalty and alertness.

These dogs are low-maintenance and will shed only moderately, like their parents. Jack-A-Bees are extremely energetic and require sufficient exercise to burn this energy off.

These dogs are also very job oriented, meaning that they love having something to do or occupy themselves with. Training, games and agility courses will help keep your Jack-A-Bee mentally and physically stimulated.

In Numbers

  • Weight: 15 to 30 pounds
  • Height: 10 to 16 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 15 years

Beagle German Shepherd Mix (Beagle Shepherd)

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Though beagles and German Shepherds do have contrasting personalities and skill sets, puppies born of these parents are extremely intelligent, watchful and protective dogs. No surprise—both parents are favorites in the law enforcement departments, after all!

The alertness of the German Shepherd combined with the acute sense of smell from the beagle gene results in an excellent watchdog who can smell intruders from miles away and easily tell apart the good guys from the bad.

Ensure that you train and socialize your Beagle Shepherd early on though, so that these inherent skills can be finely honed.

Just like their parents, Beagle Shepherds have excellent work ethics and are great workers. This also makes them easy to train—these dogs excel at obedience training.

However, this breed is an extremely active one and requires plenty of exercise, so ensure that there’s plenty of space and time to run around.

Ultimately, Beagle Shepherds are faithful and protective and make great family dogs.

In Numbers

  • Weight: 20 to 70 pounds
  • Height: 16 to 24 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 13 years

Beagle Boxer Mix (Boggle)

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A mix between beagles and Boxers, Boggles possess seemingly endless energy reserves for both playing and entertaining you!

Clumsy in the most endearing way, these dogs are not quite as energetic as their Boxer parents, making them an excellent choice for those who want a watered-down version of a Boxer and a slightly hyper version of a beagle.

Boggles are great family dogs, but their energy levels may be a tad bit too much for very small kids. However, if the dog has inherited the beagle parent’s calm demeanor, he or she can be trained to be around young kids too.

Boggles have short, sleek coats and can sport the coloring of either parent.

In Numbers

  • Weight: 40 to 60 pounds
  • Height: 15 to 20 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 15 years

Beagle Basenji Mix (Baseagle)

Baseagles are a hybrid between beagles and Basenjis. Similar to the Jack-A-Bee, this breed has also sprouted only recently, which means that there’s not much information available on this breed, too.

Basenjis are generally quiet dogs whereas beagles are quite vocal, so the puppy could be anywhere in between these two!

However, both parents are compact and athletic, so it would be safe to assume that Baseagle pups are the same. Baseagles can resemble either parent, but typically, Baseagle pups sport the colors of a beagle and the temperament of a Basenji.

Both Basenjis and beagles are hounds; while Baseagles do contain these traits, they are much less apparent and are used as companion dogs and not hunting dogs.

In Numbers

  • Weight: 20 to 26 pounds
  • Height: 13 to 17 inches
  • Lifespan: 10 to 15 years

The Final Word

As you can see, there are many beagle mixes out there, each one seemingly cuter than the last! As with any mix, you can never tell how much of the parent will reflect in the pup, so it’s always a surprise with these designer dog breeds!

Remember, though, as adorable as they may be, many of these breeds may come with a list of medical conditions that they’re prone to because of their genetics. Therefore, don’t give in to the craze for a breed based on physical characteristics—this creates unhealthy demands for the breed and even unhealthier ways of breeding these puppies. Adopt if possible.

If you must get one of these breeds, ensure you’re getting them from a trainer who can be trusted and is breeding puppies the right way.