This pooch is short and stout, often taking the short snout from its Bulldog parent. However, while the Bulldog has low energy and the Beagle has high energy, this doggo will be perfectly content lounging on the couch beside. Or, they’ll get bursts of energy. Luckily, the Beabull can adapt to apartment living or living in a house with a fenced-in yard where they can run around. Of course, they’ll enjoy trips to the dog park as well.
Beabulls will bond with their family members. They’re friendly with everyone, including other dogs, cats, and small animals. They might be wary of strangers at first, but they’ll get used to them, and soon enough, the stranger will be your Beabull’s best friend. This pooch is affectionate with their family members, and they are also great with kids. So, no matter who lives in your household, you can be sure the Beabull will fit right in.
However, this doggo might be stubborn when it comes to training. Don’t worry; lots of positive reinforcement, praise, and consistency will do wonders. Your Beabull will be happy getting the opportunity to hang out with you and play games, all the while learning something new.
To truly understand this breed, you can look at some of these photos of the dog from a puppy right through to a senior dog. Click on any of the links, and you will discover some of the very best Instagram accounts to follow. As you will see from the photos, this is a breed you will quickly fall in love with.
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