Boglan Terrier

Boglan Terrier

Weight
15-40 Lbs
Height
12-18 Inches
Lifespan
10-15 Years
Exercise
Per Day

Overview

Weight
15-40 Lbs
Height
12-18 Inches
Lifespan
10-15 Years
Exercise
Per Day

Wondering what a Boglan Terrier is? That’s because it’s a mixed breed you may never have heard of. The Boglan Terrier is a mix between the Beagle and Boston Terrier. The name makes sense now!

In terms of appearance, it’s hard to say exactly what a mixed breed will look like. However, you should be able to expect this dog to be fairly small and not grow to be huge. They may have a coat of a few different colors, but it’ll likely be a short coat. This doesn’t mean they won’t shed though, so be aware! 

When it comes to where to get one, you can look around in shelters to adopt. It’s unlikely the shelter will be able to verify the exact mix, but you should be able to get a good idea. If you want something that has Beagle and Boston Terrier only, many people will seek out a breeder, but be aware that breeders are often unethical. Do your research on that breeder. The last thing you want is a dog with a ton of health and temperament issues down the line.

Boglan Terrier – A Devoted Dog

In terms of temperament, it’s hard to be exact when it comes to a mixed breed dog. It could take traits from either parent. They tend to be goofy like the Boston Terrier though, and always trying to make you laugh! They’ll also be devoted to you.

The Beagle in them, however, can prove to be a challenge at times. If that dog catches a scent, they may be out of here. Lots of recall training is essential and even then, it may take a while to become reliable. Long leashes are a great tool for these dogs. Your dog is intelligent and will catch on, they just have strong instincts.

Photos of Boglan Terrier

Here are some Bernese mountain dog photos for you to get a good picture of the breed.
NAMES BY BREED

Boglan Terrier Names

Female, Male, Inspired by size or by coat color

Barry

Diego

Francis

Una

Majella

Jose

Brenda

Margaret

Ace

Chugger

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