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What You Should Understand About Prey Drive in Beagles

The Beagle is a medium-sized scenthound that was developed for tracking game such as hare, deer, and rabbits. In addition to being a talented tracker, the Beagle has the second strongest nose in the canine kingdom. The Beagle’s history of hunting has a huge influence on his temperament and behavior so make sure you thoroughly understand what you are getting into with a Beagle before you bring one home.

Beagle Training 101: Common Beagle Training Problems

What many people love about the Beagle is the fact that they are some of the friendliest and gentle dogs around. Like all dogs, however, Beagles do take time to train and you need to be methodical about your training methods in order to ensure good results. Below you will receive an overview of some of the most common training problems Beagle owners encounter so you can avoid making the same mistakes yourself.

Teaching Your Beagle to Swim

Many Beagles take to swimming naturally and will never need to be taught. Some will never like water for reasons no one may ever understand. If it is really important to you to have a Beagle that swims, the best thing to do is to introduce him to water and swimming as a puppy. Kiddie pools and even your bathtub if it’s deep enough can be a good place to start with a puppy.

Make Water Fun

The Sport of Tracking

Tracking is one of those sports that are a natural choice for your Beagle. His nose is keen and tracking game like rabbits is what has been bred to do for centuries. For those interested in pursuing titles, there are several different titles available for dogs to achieve through the American Kennel Club (AKC) however many also enjoy tracking for the fun of it. It’s a good test of your dog’s nose and a fun way to spend an afternoon.

Teaching Your Beagle Some New Tricks

You've heard the old saying: “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” Well, we’re here to tell you that it’s just not true. Your Beagle can learn at any age. In fact, in order to stimulate its mental and physical capabilities, your pooch will need to learn and perform new tricks. Besides, you don’t want your dog to get bored – he may come up with a few tricks of his own you may not like!

Teaching Your Beagle Some Basic Tricks

It’s time to teach your Beagle some new tricks. A life-long learner, your beagle thrives on learning new tricks to stimulate its mental and physical capabilities. If you leave your dog to its own devices, it will engage in destructive behavior because it is board. So think of trick training as a way to keep your home in one piece and keeping your beagle happy.

Lead Handling Training For Your Beagle

Beagles love socializing and exploring the outdoors, and walks and public outings are a great source of pleasure for them.

With proper lead training, owners can take their Beagles everywhere, without risk of injury to themselves or others.

Lead Training your Beagle

Dogs love socializing and exploring the outdoors, and walks and public outings are a great source of pleasure for them.

With proper lead training, owners can take their Beagle everywhere, without risk of injury to themselves or others.

Product Review: Rite in the Rain All-Weather Hunting Journal

You don’t let a little thing like rain stand in the way of training your Beagle, so you need the right equipment that will stand up to the wettest of elements. And when it comes to training your Beagle, you need to track progress. And that’s where the Rite in the Rain hunting journals come in handy.

We reviewed two different journals: the All-Weather Upland Bird Hunting Journal and the All-Weather Water Fowl Hunting Journal.

Beagles and Obedience Training

If you own a Beagle, you know how important proper discipline is to the happiness and wellbeing of your dog and family.

Not only is it important for your Beagle, it is a necessity to train owners and include every member of the household, including the children. By including everyone in the process, each member will be able to properly manage your Beagle and nurture it so it becomes a well-adjusted part of the family.

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Should you have a concern regarding the health of your Beagle(s), you should contact your veterinarian. All information on this site is presented solely for educational and informational purposes and should not, at any time, be considered a substitute for seeking or receiving veterinary care for your Beagle(s).
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