Beagle Pit

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Beagle Pit History

The Beagle-pit is a cross between a Beagle and a Pit Bull. The Beagle-pit is a mix between a beagle and a pit bull. It is unknown exactly when the beagle pit was created, but the earliest known breeding of this mix was in the 1990s. The beagle-pit is a cross between a beagle and a pit bull. There is, however, no concrete evidence that a beagle-pit even exists. # What is the history of the Bernese Mountain Dog, what type of personality do they have? The Bernese Mountain Dog, or Berner Sennenhund, is a giant-sized working mountain and farm dog that originated in Switzerland. The Bernese Mountain Dog was originally bred to be a working farm and hunting dog, pulling carts and assisting police and rescue workers. The Berner Sennenhund is a gentle, calm, and affectionate family pet. The Bernese is a medium-sized, sturdy, athletic, and heavily built working dog that was originally developed in the 18th century in the Swiss Alps as a multipurpose farm and draft animal. The Bernese is an unusually intelligent and adaptable breed that excels in a wide variety of roles, including herder, guard, performer, and therapy dog. The temperament of the Bernese is intelligent, social, confident, friendly, and obedient. The Bernese is a large, strong, heavy-boned, and muscular dog breed with a distinctive, black and tan, tricolor coat.

Time of Origin


Country of Origin

United States Of America

Beagle Pit Physical Characteristics

The Beagle and Pit Bull are medium to large sized dogs with similar physical builds. Both have relatively short, smooth coats. The Beagle has a blockish head and the Pit Bull has a longer muzzle. Both breeds have distinctive, wide ears and eyes, and long, hanging ears. The Beagle has slightly longer legs and a slightly heavier build.

Eye Colors


Nose Colors


Coat Colors

Blue, White, Gray, Brown, Gray, Brindle, Red

Height Range

Male Height Range: 18 – 20 inches

Female Height Range: 18 – 20 inches

Weight Range

Male Weight Range: 30 – 40 lbs

Female Weight Range: 30 – 40 lbs

Beagle Pit Health

Description of breed health.


10-15 yrs

Beagle Pit Health Concerns

Patellar Luxation, Hip Dysplasia, Diabetes, Hypothyroidism, Heart Murmur, Ear Infections, Cataracts, Glaucoma, Food Allergies

Beagle Pit Temperament and Behaviour

The Beagle Pit is a playful and energetic dog that is sociable, loving, and protective. They are patient and gentle, but are also playful and enjoy being the center of attention. They get along well with children and other dogs and cats, but they can be aggressive toward strange dogs and animals.

Beagle Pit Activity Requirements

Beagle Pits are a fairly new hybrid that is a cross between a Beagle and a Pitt Bull Terrier. This is a very popular new mix, and many people are drawn to this dog’s unique appearance. While they are not the most active of breeds, they do require a moderate amount of exercise and mental stimulation. A daily walk or a trip to the dog park is ideal for this high-energy, intelligent dog. While they do make excellent companions, they are not recommended for first-time dog owners. They are strong-willed, independent, and intelligent, and often prefer to do things their own way. A dedicated owner who is experienced with training and working with a high energy, intelligent dog will be a good fit for this breed.

Miles Per Day

12 miles

Activity Per Day

60 minutes

Daily Food

3 cups

Kennel Club Recognition

American Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Beagle Pit is part of the Unclassified group.

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The Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Beagle Pit is part of the Unclassified group.

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Australian National Kennel Council

Not Recognized

Beagle Pit is part of the Unclassified group.

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Canadian Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Beagle Pit is part of the Unclassified group.

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