Beagle Chin

Beagle Chin

Breed Characteristics

Type:Mix
Function:Not Available
Preferred Climate:Warm
Group:Hounds
Life Span:12-15 Years
Nicknames:No nicknames known.
Hypoallergenic:No

Beagle Chin Build Information

The Beagle Chin is a crossbreed of the Beagle and the Japanese Chin. Their color is typically black and white or brown and white. They are small dogs, weighing about eight to 15 pounds, with straight fur and flappy ears.

Size:Small
Length (Male):13-20 in.
Length (Female):10-12 in.
Weight:< 14 lbs
Litter Size:1 - 3 Puppies
Tail Dock or Crop:No

Behaviour and Personality

Beagle Chins are playful and lively dogs with a tendency to bark. Because they can be aggressive, especially when injured, they may need direction in dealing with younger family members. Training them can be a challenge, because in spite of their overall friendly personalities, they can be quite stubborn. Beagle Chins do not require much exercise or running room.

Activity Level:Moderately Active
Affection Level:Very Affectionate
Aggressiveness Level:Moderate
Barking:Moderate
Energy Level:Moderately Active
Good to Other Pets:Moderate Friendly
Kid Friendliness:Very Friendly

Appearance

Colors:Black, Light Brown, White
Shedding:Moderate
Grooming:Medium Maintenance
Coat Type:Dense

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Breed Talents and Facts

The Beagle Chin is a mixed dog breed developed by mixing the Beagle and the Japanese Chin. They shed moderately and need regular grooming.

Training:Hard
Jolly for Jogging:No