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Fun Facts About Beagles & Border Collies

Fun Facts About Beagles & Border Collies

  1. Queen Elizabeth was a considerable Beagle fan and owned many pocket Beagles.
  2. President Lyndon Johnson also owned two beagles, named Him and Her.
  3. Queen Victoria loved Border Collies.
  4. One Border Collie named Chaser is recognized as the world’s smartest dog.





  • Many crossbreeds are free from the inherited disorders that many purebred dogs face.
  • Animals with more genetic diversity are healthier than those from smaller breeding pools.
  • Mixed breed dogs have a higher genetic diversity than purebreds, making them

  1. Grooming requirements will depend on the coat type.
  2. But we recommend at least brushing your canine once a day. Both parent breeds can shed quite a bit.
  3. You should also be prepared to trim their nails.

  1. While the Beagle is a friendly dog, the Border Collie is more reserved.
  2. The Border Collie is very active and has a tremendous amount of stamina.
  3. But the beagle is a more laid-back dog.
  4. This mixed breed could fall in eith...

  1. The trainability of this mixed breed can vary quite a bit. The Border Collie is a brilliant dog who can pick up on commands very quickly.
  2. But the Beagle… not so...

  1. Because this dog is a mixed breed, you never really know what you’re going to get.
  2. They could look just like a Border Collie, just like a Beagle, or as an even mixture of both.
  3. They will likely be tri-colored, though they come in black-and-white as well.
  4. They have a s...

  1. Once you adopt the dog, prepare to provide plenty of time for them to adjust to the new space.
  2. These dogs are usually very friendly and will settle in quickly.
  3. But it is essential to give them the necessary downtime.
  4. We reco...

  1. This mixed breed is exceptionally healthy.
  2. Because both of their parents are designed for work as opposed to looks, they do not suffer from conformational disabilities like many other canines.
  3. The hips of the Border Collie parent should be paid parti...

  1. Due to this breed’s possible high intelligence, finding suitable toys can be somewhat hard.
  2. We recommend browsing through our article on Border Collie toys and picking up a few.
  3. These toys

  1. Because of the Border Collie’s herding instinct, this mixed breed can also have strong herding instincts.
  2. Because of this, fences and leashes are a must have for this mixed breed.
  3. Both the Beagle and Border Collie are

  • The Border Collie Beagle mix is a hybrid between a Border Collie and a Beagle.
  • This makes them unique, but also a little bit unpredictable.
  • To the right family, though, these dogs can make great pets.

  • The beagle can be traced back to Ancient Greece, where they were bred to hunt hares. The breed later showed up in Britain during the Norman Conquest.
  • The Border Collie was originally bred in Scotland, where it was used to herd sheep.
  • The Border Collie Beagle mix is a crossbre...

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