More and more people are welcoming some kind of Beagle mix into their homes. Purebred Beagles are already the 6th most popular breed in America, thanks to their intelligence, energy, and even-temperament! Some of the most well-known Beagle mixes include the Jackabee, Poogle, and Beagle Shepherd! Make sure you learn about both parent breeds before getting a Beagle cross, as your puppy can inherit any characteristics from either parent.
Beagle Mixes Contents
- Beagle Shepherd
- Bolgen Terrier
- Whippet Beagle Mix
- Pitbull Beagle Mix
- Beagle Husky Mix
One of our most popular Beagle mix breeds to date is the Jack Russell Beagle Mix.
Also known as a Jack-A-Bee, the Jack Russel Beagle mix is a combination of intelligence, energy and playfulness.
This little dog packs a lot of personality!
He is a joy to be around and is as fun as he is cute—floppy ears; unique color patterns; and wide, inquisitive eyes.
#2 Corgi Beagle Mix
When it comes to Beagle mixes, the Corgi and Beagle mix is perhaps one of our most interesting combinations.
With the combined playfulness of both parents, the Beagi, as he is sometimes called, is known for his lively nature, intelligent mind and affectionate personality.
This is a great hybrid dog for families with children and other household pets, as the Beagi is said to get along swimmingly with most everyone and enjoys a good day of play.
#3 Beagle Chihuahua Mix
Looking to add some adorable sass to your life?
The Cheagle is one of the best Beagle mix breeds for those who like big personalities in small packages.
A Cheagle is a mix between the Beagle and the Chihuahua, meaning this breed is tiny, cute and oh-so-saucy.
This Beagle cross has loads of personality but may not be suited for families with very young children or other dogs, as Chihuahua’s especially prefer to be the center of your world.
When it comes to Beagle mix breeds, the Frengle is one of those that has stolen our hearts.
With his irresistibly cute face, long, floppy ears; wide round eyes; and adorable personality, it’s hard to resist the Frengle crossbreed.
Brachycephaly in Frengles
However, prospective owners take note that the French Bulldog can be prone to serious breathing issues due to the shape and development of his skull.
His pushed-in nose means that he is susceptible to Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome, which he can easily pass to his crossbreed offspring.
#5 Beagle Shepherd
Beagles are already smart, but imagine crossing a Beagle with a German Shepherd.
One of the smartest Beagle mixes we know of is the Beagle German Shepherd mix.
Also known as a Beagle Shepherd, the Beagle German Shepherd mix is cute, quirky and full of drive.
An Active Beagle Cross
One thing to note about this unique crossbreed is that the German Shepherd, in particular, is a working dog.
The Beagle German Shepherd mix will need lots of training and mental stimulation to stay happy.
#6 Boxer Beagle Mix
Another of our favorite Beagle mixes is the Boxer Beagle mix. A cross between two family favorites, the Boxer Beagle mix dog combines a playful personality with tons of loyalty.
Sometimes referred to as a Boggle, this hybrid is one of our most popular Beagle mixes.
Families everywhere love him for his affectionate nature and adorable look. Do you want a crossbreed that is full of energy, great with kids and loves his family?
The Beabull is another one of those incredibly cute Beagle mixes we advise against.
A cross between the Beagle and the Bulldog, the Beabull is also susceptible to Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome, just like his Frengle counterpart.
The Beabull is friendly, patient, and does well around children and other household pets.
Looking for Beagle mixes with wrinkly faces and curly tails? Then the Puggle may be calling your name.
If you haven’t already guessed, a Puggles other parent is, of course, a Pug.
However, just like his Beabull and Frengle counterparts, the Puggle is another breed who may suffer from Brachial Airway Syndrome.
Prospective owners should be warned of the implications of Brachial airway syndrome before getting a Puggle to call their own.
#9 Bolgen Terrier
Number nine on our list of Beagle mixes is the Boston Terrier Beagle Mix.
Also known as a Bolgen Terrier, the Boston Terrier Beagle mix is beloved for his even temperament, affectionate nature and faithful disposition.
He loves his family and does well with kids and other dogs.
#10 Beagle Dachshund Mix
The Dachshund Beagle mix is one of those Beagle mixes with a one-of-a-kind look and personality.
Sometimes called a Doxle, these crossbreeds are described as being playful, energetic and full of personality.
They are smaller hybrid dogs with longer bodies, floppy ears. They can come in a number of coat colors and patterns, depending on the characteristics of their purebred parents.
Doxles integrate well with children and bond closely with family.
When it comes to clever Beagle mixes, there is perhaps one that stands above the rest.
The Golden Retriever Beagle mix is known for his intelligence and loyalty, while also being a family-favorite.
Plus, you don’t get much cuter than this hybrid dog.
Known also as a Beago, the Golden Retriever Beagle mix is a combination of two of the world’s most favorite breeds, mixing a playful personality with loads of brainpower.
Looking for a small beagle mix? When it comes to Beagle mixes, we can’t get enough of the Borkie.
A cross between the Beagle and the Yorkshire Terrier, the Beagle Yorkie mix is a one-of-a-kind crossbreed with a unique personality to boot.
If you love small dogs but want to water down the Terrier temperament with a more playful disposition, you should certainly give the Borkie a shot.
#14 Beagle Poodle Mix
Poodles are known for their intelligence. Beagles are known for their playfulness. Put them together and you get a smart, playful and adorable Poogle.
The Poogle is one of those Beagle mixes that can have a wide range of looks, meaning you may not know what you are getting until your Poogle mix is fully grown.
And while the Poodle may be considered hypoallergenic, the Beagle is a shedder. The Poogle himself may have characteristics of either parent.
Another of the small Beagle mixes, the Peagle is a loving crossbreed with a sweet nature.
However, the Pekingese especially can have a stubborn personality and may not be very patient with young children. Moreover, the ancient Pekingese is also susceptible to Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome.
The Peagle is best suited for singles or couples, or in family homes with older children.
#16 Whippet Beagle Mix
Whippets are quick as a whip while Beagles are childlike in their playful nature. But what is the Whippet Beagle mix like?
Lean, friendly and outgoing, the adorable Whippet Beagle mix is perfect for young families who enjoy being active and being together.
This is a crossbreed who will bond closely with humans.
Have you ever heard of the Beaglier?
A cross between the Beagle and the King Charles Spaniel, the Beaglier is a combination of loyalty, affection and playfulness.
This crossbreed has stolen the hearts of a number of crossbreed enthusiasts. He is valued for his adorable looks and sweet disposition.
#18 Beagle Lab Mix
Otherwise known as a Beagador this is an energetic breed that can grow as tall as 22 inches.
Labradors and Beagles are both well known for their loving nature so you can bet this mix will have bundles of love to share with you.
#19 Pitbull Beagle Mix
Pitbulls are probably the most understood dog breed of all. Thankfully, many people now know that like any other breed, Pitbulls just need to be trained and socialized properly. They truly are some of the cuddliest pups going.
A Pitbull Beagle mix is likely to be an energetic cross.
You’ll want to make sure you exercise this mix breed so that none of that energy turns into destruction.
#20 Beagle Husky Mix
The Beagle Husky Mix might be one of the most energetic mixes on this list.
It’s certainly not a dog for first time owners, or for people without easy access to lots of exercise space. This mix can weigh up to 60lbs and can be a real handful if you don’t know what you’re doing.
The Beagle’s energy combined with the Husky’s strong will means you will likely get a very curious dog who will need to be kept on a leash.
And last but not least on our list of Beagle mixes, we have the Meagle.
So, how do you get a Meagle? You cross a Beagle with a Miniature Pinscher.
Known for his work ethic, intelligence and courageous nature, the playful and smart Meagle is ideal for homes with older children.
The Meagle is playful and affectionate, but he can be impatient with smaller kids, especially if they are rough with him.
However, a properly socialized Meagle makes a wonderful family pet. He is well behaved so long as he is trained and socialized at an early age.
Is A Beagle Mix Right for Me?
If you think a Beagle mix might be right for you, or if you are on the hunt for some Beagle mix puppies, our best advice is to make sure you do your research.
Visit our pages for each cross, and read the experiences of other dog owners who have already taken the plunge down in the comments.
While purebred Beagles are smart, affectionate and playful, crossing him with another breed will change certain characteristics.
With that being said, not every Beagle mix listed above is going to be right for every person.
Beagle Mix Cost
Keep in mind that Beagle mixes from a breeder could cost around $500 to over $1000.
Luckily, beagle mix puppies for adoption through a breeder will have typically been health screened.
If you would like to look at Beagle mixes through a Beagle mix rescue, prepare to spend around $50 to $100.
Do You Have A Beagle Mix?
Do you have a remarkable Beagle mix dog at home? Are there any Beagle mix breeds we’ve missed? Let us know about your favorite Beagle cross in the comments below.
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- Hairless Dogs
This article has been extensively revised in 2019.
References and Further Reading
- Ackerman, L. “The Genetic Connection; a Guide to Health Problems in Purebred Dogs,” 2nd Edition, 2011
- Beuchat, C. “The Myth of Hybrid Vigor in Dogs…Is A Myth,” The Institute of Canine Biology
- Mattinson, P. “Purebred Vs Mutt-Common Objections to Mixed Breed Dogs,” The Labrador Site, 2018