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Beaglier History

The Beaglier is a Belgian breed of domestic cat. The Beaglier is a boning type, which is to say that it is a short haired, long-haired, or a combination of the two. Beagilers are not to be confused with the Brussels Griffon, which is a wirehaired type of the same origin. The Beaglier gets its name from its characteristic “beak”, which is a result of shortening of the upper lip. If the Beaglier has a clipped muzzle, this “beak” will be evident. The Beaglier, like other cats, has a pouch under its mouth, which it uses to store food. The Beaglier is a medium-sized, muscular, well-muscled, athletic, cobby, sturdy, solid, compact, short-headed, a tad square, and upright cat. The head is compact, with a broad skull, flat cheekbones, and broad jaw. The ears are medium in size, triangular in shape, erect, and stand away from the face. The Beaglier has a muscular, round body, with a relatively short tail.

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Beaglier Physical Characteristics

The Beaglier is a small, toy-sized, working breed that typically stands between 8 and 11 inches tall at the shoulder and weighs between 5 and 11 pounds. They have a thin, rectangular-shaped, compact body and a compact, rounded head with a short, coarse, double coat. Their coat is brindle, fawn, blue, grizzle, or black with white markings. They are very intelligent and agile.

Eye Colors


Nose Colors


Coat Colors

White, Brown, Black

Height Range

Male Height Range: 12 – 16 inches

Female Height Range: 12 – 16 inches

Weight Range

Male Weight Range: 10 – 20 lbs

Female Weight Range: 10 – 20 lbs

Beaglier Health

Description of breed health.


10-13 yrs

Beaglier Health Concerns

Patellar Luxation, Elbow Dysplasia, Hip Dysplasia, Epilepsy, Mitral Valve Disease, Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA), Ear Infections, Cataracts, Kidney Stones, Dry Eye, Environmental Allergies

Beaglier Temperament and Behaviour

Beagliers are thought to be a cross between a Bichon Frise and a Maltese. They have a happy and friendly disposition and love to be with people. They are very intelligent and are easy to train. Their small size makes them easy to manage, although they still require daily exercise.

Beaglier Activity Requirements

Beaglier dogs are a hybrid crossbreed. They originated in Australia, where they are known as the Australian Labradoodle. They are a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Poodle. Beagliers are active, intelligent, and sociable. They love spending time with their families, as well as playing and going on walks. Beagliers love being with their people, so they do best in homes with people who will be home often. Beagliers are generally not recommended for families with small children. They tend to be playful, and young children may not be as sturdy as Beagliers. Beagliers do make excellent companions for older children. If you are looking for a great family dog, a Beaglier may be right for you. However, keep in mind that they do require lots of attention. A Beaglier’s loyalty is unmatched, and they love nothing more than being with their human.

Miles Per Day

9 miles

Activity Per Day

60 minutes

Daily Food

1 cups

Kennel Club Recognition

American Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Beaglier is part of the Unclassified group.

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The Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Beaglier is part of the Unclassified group.

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Australian National Kennel Council

Not Recognized

Beaglier is part of the Unclassified group.

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Canadian Kennel Club

Not Recognized

Beaglier is part of the Unclassified group.

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