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Chondrodystrophy or osteochondrodysplasia is more commonly, though erroneously, called dwarfism. It occurs in a number of different breeds including Alaskan Malamutes and Beagles. Some breeds, such...
Beagles love to eat and many are willing to eat whatever you are willing offer and lots of things that you don’t offer as well. While this most often can result in a tummy ache from overeating or...
The senior years of your Beagle’s life are ones you treasure. Partially, because you know that your time together is drawing to a close, but also because you know each other well at this point. You’...

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Health:

Chondrodystrophy or osteochondrodysplasia is more commonly, though erroneously, called dwarfism. It...
Beagles love to eat and many are willing to eat whatever you are willing offer and lots of things...

Training:

You've heard the old saying: “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” Well, we’re here to tell you...
It’s time to teach your Beagle some new tricks. A life-long learner, your beagle thrives on...

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The dog days of summer are here and it’s getting hot out there. But did you know that your dog...
The weather is finally amazing – it’s the perfect time to get outside with your dog and make the...

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The reason this website is exists is to promote the sports of Beagling and rabbit hunting to a worldwide audience. Beagles should be bred with the genetic traits that make them great hunters, whether or not the hound is ever used for hunting. Beaglers worldwide feel that the primary breeding concern of every Beagle breeder should be to keep this breed's proud hunting heritage alive for future generations through proper breeding. This website will show and educate all visitors on the fact that Beagles are rabbit hunting hounds and that running hounds for pleasure or rabbit hunting can be a beautiful thing. Rabbit hunting for food and sport is an integral part of wildlife conservation and the American Hunting Heritage. Beagles that are properly bred to keep their superb hunting instincts, also make the absolute, greatest family pets, gundog bench show dogs, field trial hounds, and agility/obedience/tracking competition dogs. Beagles are part of the hound group and are one of the oldest breeds of hunting dog in the world. Please, join BEAGLES UNLIMITED in its quest to keep the "hunting instinct and traits" in Beagles so the beautiful hunting ancestry of the Beagle will live on forever.

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