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Beagle For Sale NSW

Temperament

If you are looking for a dog that is fun-loving, energetic, and low maintenance, the Beagle is an excellent choice. Originally bred as a pack animal, this cheerful breed loves to be with humans and other pets, making it a wonderful companion for both young and old.

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The Ultimate Guide to Beagle For Sale NSWs

Even before the pandemic began, Beagles have been very much favoured as a family pet by many New South Welshmen due to their excellent temperament.

It is, therefore, no surprise that from October 2020 to September 2021, the average monthly search for a Beagle for sale in NSW was 3,200, according to Google Australia KW Planner.

Meanwhile, the average monthly search for Beagle puppies for sale in NSW during the same period was 1,600.

Beagle Origins

One of the oldest purebred hounds in the world, the Beagle can be traced back to 400 BC Greece. According to records, it was originally bred as a scent hound but was later on used as a hunting hound.

Today, some Beagles are still used for hunting, but most are kept as house pets. Others are even trained to be show dogs.

 

Key Characteristics of Beagle For Sale NSWs

Are Beagles family-friendly? If you have an active household, a Beagle will make a wonderful family dog. It is one of the few purebreds that are generally great with children and other pets. Of course, it is recommended that your canine should never be left unsupervised with small kids.
Daily exercise needs? Providing your Beagle with at least 30 minutes of exercise per day is enough to make it happy.
Common health issues & considerations While a tough breed, the Beagle can still acquire some genetic defects. Here are some conditions to watch out for:

  • Epilepsy
  • Intervertebral disc disease
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Obesity
  • Allergies
  • Cherry eye
Lifespan 12 to 15 years
Nature / Temperament Intelligent, friendly, even-tempered, gentle, and determined
Size Weight

11 to 13 kg

Height

30 to 40 cm

Suitable Environment  As long as your Beagle gets its daily exercise and adequate family time, it will do well indoors – even in a small apartment. It is a dog that can easily adapt to different environments and climates.
Grooming With its short and low-shedding coat, a Beagle is easy to care for. It only requires an occasional brushing.

Other Considerations:

  • A Beagle is a scent hound, so expect it to have a keen sense of smell and an excellent tracking instinct. If you need a hunting companion, it will make a wonderful choice.
  • This dog should not be left alone for a long period. When untrained, it will likely wander off, bark excessively, or get into mischief.
  • If you wish to keep your dog in your backyard for a few hours without supervision, make sure the place is securely fenced. This means, your backyard must be 100 per cent escape-proof. This is because this canine is an expert when it comes to digging, chewing, and jumping.

Average cost of a Beagle For Sale NSW

Beagle For Sale NSWs typicaly range between $1000 and $4500AUD.

How can I take care of my Beagle For Sale NSW?

Nutrition

It is recommended that you feed your Beagle one cup of dry food per day, split into two meals. Puppies are likely to eat more – usually two cups.

For adult Beagles, 45 calories per pound of body weight are advised. For senior dogs, 42 calories per pound of body weight are suggested.

Because of their immense food drive, these dogs are prone to getting overweight. To avoid this, watch out for calorie intake.

Grooming

Because they are light shedders and have short coats, these dogs require little maintenance. However, regular brushing is still recommended to keep their hair off your furniture and floor.

Recommended Grooming Tips

  • Sometimes, Beagles can develop a doggy odour. This is why they should be washed regularly. However, it is suggested to bathe them only when needed, as frequent washing may irritate their skin.
  • These dogs have floppy ears, which is why they are prone to ear infections. It is advised to check and clean your purebred’s ears regularly.
  • Long nails can affect the gait of Beagles, so it is recommended that you trim your dog’s nails regularly to avoid overgrowth.

Exercise

A Beagle will need at least 30 minutes of exercise daily to keep it physically and mentally stimulated. Providing it with activities each day can help it avoid getting bored and overweight.

Because of its hunting blood, it sometimes needs to be brought outdoors. Daily walks in the park or some playtime in the yard is often enough.

Training

Beagles are extremely smart and can learn commands easily. However, they can be stubborn and independent, so training them often requires patience and commitment. It is suggested that you act as a strong pack leader every single time.

Train this breed while it is still young. This is because Beagles were originally bred as hunting animals, so they need to be taught crate training, leash training, and potty training, among many others, during their puppy stage.

Luckily, they respond well to positive reinforcement. Whenever they do something right or behave well, reward them with praises and treats. When they misbehave, simply ignore them or firmly tell them “no.”

This is basic information, and it should not be used to make adoption or purchasing decisions. Be sure to consult an expert if you’d like to learn about the breed’s care and requirements.

This is general information and should not be relied on for adopting or purchasing advice.

Most Asked Beagle For Sale NSW Questions

What does a Beagle look like?

This breed has a slightly domed skull, squarish muzzle, and broad nose. Its eyes are fairly large, and it has an adorable expression. Its ears are long and droopy, its chest is deep, and its coat is often smooth and dense.

A Beagle’s colour is wide-ranging, including white, black, brown, and tan. Most are tri-coloured, with spots and shading.

Does a Beagle shed a lot?

Throughout the year, Beagles are light shedders. However, come spring, they start to heavily shed their winter coat.

What’s the price of a Beagle for sale in NSW?

If it is always recommended to adopt a dog from a responsible breeder. This way, you don’t end up with a dog that is unhappy and sickly. A Beagle for sale in NSW typically costs between AUD $3,000 to 6,000.

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