Are you looking for a puppy with floppy ears and sweet, brown eyes? Look no further than the lovable Beabull! A mix between the Beagle and English Bulldog breeds, the Beabull is one of those puppies that are hard not to love. This breed is incredibly charming, caring, and outgoing, even with strangers and other […]
Are you looking for a puppy with floppy ears and sweet, brown eyes? Look no further than the lovable Beabull! A mix between the Beagle and English Bulldog breeds, the Beabull is one of those puppies that are hard not to love. This breed is incredibly charming, caring, and outgoing, even with strangers and other dogs!
The typical Beabull has the Beagle’s floppy ears and brown or hazel eyes and the English Bulldog’s wrinkles, underbite, thick torso, and wide hips. It is believed that the original breeders wanted to create a breed that had the muzzle of the loveable bulldog. The result? A beautiful, sturdy, happy dog with a big heart!
Beabulls are adorable but like other dogs, they require your commitment. On this blog, we’ll discuss a couple of key facts that you should know about the Beabull to help you decide whether this is the right breed for you!
The Beabull shares its history with other famous mixed breeds like the Morkie Poo and Goldendoodle. This is a relatively new crossbreed that was developed in the early 2000s. Designer dog breeds gained popularity during the 1980s and 1990s. The trend of cross-breeding two purebred breeds continued way into the early 2000s.
Many breeders looked for ways to combine the best traits of different breeds to make the perfect puppy. For Beabulls, dog breeders wanted to elongate the snot of the English Bulldog since its naturally short face caused serious breathing problems. Due to the Beabulls’ calm and friendly nature, this new hybrid breed has risen in popularity among the dog-loving community.
Most Beabulls weigh between 30 to 60 pounds. Their height typically ranges from 12 to 16 inches. Because of their mixed parentage, Beabulls can grow much smaller or larger so don’t be worried if your fur-baby is taller or shorter than these sizes.
If you talk to any Beabull owner, they will likely describe this beautiful breed as playful, outgoing, and determined. Their bursts of energy and love for playtime are enough to keep you on your feet for an hour or so. After their moment of fun-filled activity, Beabulls are ready to curl up next to you for a long, cozy nap. These dogs also have a strong prey drive from their Beagle heritage so they may be quick to chase after smaller animals. It’s important to socialize your Beabull early to avoid any problems. Because of their playful nature, Beabulls are also mouthy and will nip at you. These little play bites can be very painful so teach your puppy to refrain from this behavior. Beabulls are social creatures and are just as happy with one owner as they are with a family. Flexible, friendly, and eager to please, Beabulls are an excellent choice for a furry companion.
The Beabull’s coat is a combination of the Beagle and English Bulldogs’ coats. Their coat colors include brown, white, gold, and even white. Some Beabulls also have tri-colored coats that can be solid or spotted. Short and easy to maintain, the Beabull’s coat only needs regular brushing to get rid of loose hairs. Beabulls shed a lot of their fur each month so they may not be great pets for those with allergies. Because of their short coat, Beabulls don’t do well in extreme weather conditions, including the summer heat. Make sure to cool your Beabull puppy down during hot temperatures. If the weather is cold, always have your Beabull wear a cozy sweater to keep them warm.
Beabulls are energetic little furballs but they do not need a great deal of exercise. All they need is a quick daily walk around the neighborhood or a fun game of fetch, and they’re good to go! Beabulls are also very suited for apartment living as long as there’s a doggy park nearby. They do not need a backyard to be mentally and physically fit.
Beabulls are just like Beagles and Bulldogs—they’re highly intelligent and eager to learn! They learn best with positive reinforcement training so always use lots of praises and treats. This is especially important because Beabulls are a little stubborn. Their rebellious nature comes from their Bulldog parentage, who prefers being independent. Keep training sessions fun, short, and consistent. As with all dogs, never scold or hit your Beabull. Doing so will cause your Beabull puppy to become upset or resentful towards you. If your Beabull is too stubborn during training, try taking them to dog training classes.
Beabull puppies are cute, affectionate, and mischievous. From the first moment you lay your eyes on them, these furry cuties will charm you. Once you bring a Beabull home, resist the urge to gush over their adorable faces. Instead, start training and socializing your puppy as early as possible to prevent bad behavior later on. After they learn the rules you set for them, your Beabull will be a puppy you’ll forever love.