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Beagle Boston Terrier Mix

Saturday, December 17, 2011 @ 10:12 AM  posted by I Love Dog Breeds

A Beagle Boston Terrier mix is also called a Boglen or Boggle (from a combination of the breed names).

Mixed Breeds, Hybrid Dogs, Designer Dogs

Many people use the terms “mixed breed,” “hybrid dog,” and ‘designer dog” interchangeably but they are not exactly the same thing. In general, a mixed breed dog, or mutt, is any dog that is not a purebred. Usually the parents are unknown and the breeding was accidental. A designer dog or hybrid dog usually refers to an intentional breeding between two purebred dogs of different breeds. The goal is usually to breed something cute and novel or to make money. As with anything else, there are all kinds of designer dog breeders. Some breeders are better than others. Some provide excellent care and homes for their dogs. Some don’t. You should always make inquiries before you buy any dog or puppy to make sure you are getting a healthy puppy from a good source.


Many designer dog breeders and mixed breed advocates will tell you that mixed breeds and designer dogs are healthier than purebred dogs. This is not true. The truth is that no one really bothers to keep records about the health of mixed breeds and most designer dog breeders do not health test their breeding stock. There is, by contrast, a great deal of health testing done for purebred dogs which makes all of their health issues well-known to the public. This doesn’t mean that purebred dogs are unhealthy. It means that breeders do everything possible to test their dogs, spend money on tests and research, and try to breed healthier dogs with each generation. The American Kennel Club has contributed more than $25 million to the Canine Health Foundation since 1995 for research into canine health issues. This research has benefited all dogs, both purebred and mixed breed.

Beagle Boston Terrier Mix

If you are interested in getting a Beagle Boston Terrier mix then there’s no way to know what the puppy will look like. It could resemble either the Beagle or the Boston Terrier parent. It could be brown and white, brindle and white, black, or some other combination of hound colors. Both of these breeds are very sweet so the dog’s personality will likely be very kind and sweet. However, the puppy/dog may also inherit some traits from the Beagle parent such as baying and howling, which make them a bad choice for people who live in apartments.

Beagles are also known to shed a great deal and your puppy/dog could inherit this kind of coat shedding.

Although Boston Terriers are terriers, they have been considered non-sporting dogs for a long time. Your puppy/dog may or may not inherit the Beagle and terrier’s tendency to dig.

The Boston Terrier is a brachycephalic (short-nosed) breed. Your puppy/dog could inherit this short-nosed face.

Boston Terriers are considered clean like cats and relatively easy to train. Beagles are considered a little hardheaded and hard to train. There’s no way to know how your puppy/dog will turn out in this area.

As far as size goes, your puppy/dog will probably be small to medium in size, weighing 25 pounds or less.


The Beagle Boston Terrier mix can be a sweet, gentle dog and you may enjoy this puppy/dog. There’s really no way to predict what many of the puppy/dog’s traits will turn out to be since the two breeds are so very different.

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