Why are beagles so good at hunting?
because they are hound dogs
Yes. Beagles are very playful and they are very good hunting dogs.
Beagles are known for their good sense of smell and tracking ability. The activity of hunting rabbits, foxes, etc. with beagles is known as beagling. Beagles were introduced in the United States in the 1870s.
They were bred for hunting, so they howl to alert.
It depends on what you need help with. Beagles are usually hunting dogs, so that's what they're best used for.
fox hunting - or so ive been told :/
Beagles were bred to be hunting dogs.
beagles are hunting dog but if you train them to do well agilty then they will try to please you the best they can but dont be suprized if your beagle is stuburn and walks away
well, it depends, if you just bought it.... no. but you will have to keep cleaning it because remember, beagles are hunting dogs, so they will always be in the dirt.
Beagles are hunting dogs so they are classified as Sporting Dogs.
Beagles are excellent scent hounds, used in hunting, drug search, body recovery, and therapy work. Beagles are also wonderful family dogs, being wondeful with children and other pets.
Really like that question! Well harriers are a little bit taller than normal beagles beagle harries are original from France and beagles are from England. Harrier needs more exercise than beagles and beagles need more space to live in. Both of them are beautiful and really good for hunting rabbits. Beagles are kinda more popular
In England packs of beagles have traditionally been used for hunting hares.
beagles smell, or "sniff", to hunt for animals, as they are natural hunting dogs.
no, beagles are more hunting dogs than guard dog's if you want a guard dog it would be better to get a bigger breed of dog like German Shepard or Rottweiler.
Beagles are very good hunting dogs. They can use their nose very well and run at fast speed.
they train them to be a hunting dog by: these dogs hunt by there instint.
Beagles were from England. Beagles were used for hunting foxes and other animals in the forests of England. They use to run in a big pack and chase the animals.
Because they are hunting dogs, have you noticed the white tip on the end of their tail?? That is on every beagle. It is used so that when they are hunting, people can find them easily. I have a pet beagle at home, her name is Ruby, and the time that she ran away, I found her by spotting the tip of her tail in the dark!!
Because they are fast runners and they have a good sence of nose, plus they can alert the hunter with they're loud barks. I have a beagle named Lexi so I've studied them.
No, beagles are not wild dogs. In fact I believe they have been raised for hunting from medieval times.
its purpose for this dog is used for hunting
Most likely Beagles..... French Brittany's are great bird dogs and good family dogs.
No. Beagles are hyper and active. You need to take care of it. They're hunters. So no there not good for a LAZY owner.
Most farmers don't use beagles they would use herding does like Australian Shepherds. If they do have beagles they use them for hunting since beagles are awesome for hunting. Or they could have the beagles as a protector for livestock which probably isn't what they use em for, since for example I use a Rottweiler to protect livestock from coyotes because they are a lot more tough and aggressive . Also they could just have… Read More
Go with him.
He had Greyhounds,And Beagles has hunting dogs. :)
there! It appears to me that a foot beagle refers to hunting beagles, and it seems that the term is generally used when referring to a group of beagles that hunt in packs. Another person asked this question on a forum, and a responder said that foot beagles were bred for hunting. http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=2055424686 An excerpt from the book "The Dogs of the British Isles" by J.H. Walsh lists a few of the breeding requirements of… Read More
Beagles have short legs so there close to the ground, strong nosed, big ears to catch sents. They have three different types of sounds, whinning, howling, and a really loud bark when they are on the trail of a small gain.
The beagle is very good at hunting rabbits. They aren't the fastest runners so can keep on the rabbits trail. The beagle makes a howl that only a beagle can make that tells the hunter where the rabbit and dog are going.
Some are used for hunting but some are just pets and they are used for hunting hares heanct the activite Beagling
Beagles were originally bred as hunting dogs, they come in many colors though the most common is the tri color variety: black, white, and tan, it is common for beagles to overeat and so their weight must be carefully monitored, and beagles tend to bond more often with females.
most of the time beagles hunt in groups and when they are hunting they sniff out the traits that came from a wild animal and then the person with the gun will shot the wild animal!
yes in some cases they are, but it depends on what type of beagle it is.
Yes, they were bred as hunting dogs and are very inquisitive.
Beagles are used for hunting because their bark is loud (this alerts the hunter when something is found) , their tails are thick (the hunter can easily pull them out of tunnels, this is also why you see Show Competitors pick Beagles up by their tails) , they are short and close to the ground (Easy for them to smell) , and their ears are big and floppy (It attracts the smells to their noses).
It depends where they were. During that time I'm sure there was hunting going on, so probably Beagles, Foxhounds, Bassets, and other hounds.
Traditionally, they were used for fox hunting. They could also be used for raccoon. The hunters could follow, on foot or on horses, by listening to the beagles baying.
well, beagles have an excellent sense of smell. Beagles used to be used in a hunting "game" called beagling. The hunters would let there beagle go and follow them on horseback while the beagle madly searches for a rabbit.
yes beagles are the greatest pets ever
Beacause they are hunting dogs and they have to blend into the woods
Beagles were originally bred as hunting hounds, mostly used for hunting rabbits. They lived with their human owners, who periodically took them outdoors on hunts.
The history of Beagles dates back to the 1700's. Beagles were first used for the great hunt because they are one of the best hunting dogs there are. They also were used for sniffing out clues like in Sherlock Homes but these dogs are also very active so they were soon made a legal pet.
Beagles are friendly with people, and cooperate with other animals as well.
I do believe beagles are great with kids especially older kids younger kids could pull there ears and mess with them and and pull there tail so they arn't very good with young kids like the ages 4 and younger.
Yes. The Beagle breed will eat meat. If you let your Beagle out somewhere to catch a rabbit, mouse, bird, or other game, they will eat it. If trained though, they will bring it back. Beagles are hunting hounds. Also, it's a good idea to keep food from the edge of counters when you have a Beagle in the house. Especially food such as steaks.
I married into a family of beagle lovers. They've always had beagles around for hunting rabbits. Hunting laws are different in each state, however as far as I know, it's not legal to let your beagle run deer. Also, there are people who will shoot any dog they see running deer ... so it's not really safe for your dog to do so, either. Check with your local game wardens for more localized information.
beagles hunt rabbits they are good at it they us there scent to find them and chase them
yes beagles are very excellent & intelligent at home security.
Beagles are said to be social dogs with happy temperaments. They are good with most other dogs, as well as children.
beagles are the worlds best sniffers and from a hound family they are very good at tracking but very dangerous when there is a snake in the farm