Reagle

Reagle

Breed Characteristics

Type:Mix
Life Span:11-15 Years

Reagle Build Information

The Reagle is a cross between the Beagle and the Rottweiler. Because of its Rottweiler parentage, the Reagle is a large cross breed that weighs between 50 and 85 pounds when fully grown. It has a coat of medium-length, glossy fur that requires a moderate amount of maintenance and will shed regularly. Regular brushing will reduce shedding.

Size:Large
Length (Male):27-33 in.
Length (Female):22-24 in.
Weight:> 65 lbs

Behaviour and Personality

The Reagle is a gentle, affectionate yet alert dog that is relatively easy to train and is good with children. It is also known to be multi-talented and is often trained for police work, narcotics detection and search and rescue.

Activity Level:Moderately Active
Affection Level:Very Affectionate
Kid Friendliness:Very Friendly

Appearance

Colors:Black, Chocolate, Red, Tan
Shedding:Moderate
Grooming:Medium Maintenance
Coat Type:Soft

Reagle Pet Insurance

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Breed Talents and Facts

Training:Moderately easy to train
Ideal for Tracking:Yes
Police Performer:Yes
Wet Water rescues:Yes
Obedient:Yes