Once you’ve met a Beagle, you can’t help but fall in love with them! With their adorable faces and friendly and sometimes silly antics, Beagles are unsurprisingly the eighth most popular dogs in North America.1
Since Beagles have such appealing personalities, it’s no wonder that they are used by breeders as part of many mixed breeds.
Mixed breeds can give you a uniqueness that you won’t get with purebreds. When the Beagle is a contributing breed, you know that you’ll have a gorgeous dog with an amazing temperament!
The 24 Beagle Mixed Breeds
1. Bagle Hound
When you cross two hounds, you still end up with a hound. This is certainly the case for the Bagle Hound, which is a cross of the Beagle with the Basset Hound.
This breed is intelligent, devoted, and energetic, though this depends on which parent they take after most. Beagles are energetic, and Basset Hounds are practically the polar opposite.
The Bea-Tzu is a mix of the Beagle and the Shi-Tzu (the Tzu gives it away!). With this mixed breed, you can expect a loving and social companion.
They thrive on attention and will be a great playmate for children, but be sure the kids know how to play gently, for the Bea-Tzu is not a large dog.
The Beagle and English Bulldog give us the Beabull. The English Bulldog side of this mixed breed will add a calmer temperament.
These are easy-going, protective, and devoted dogs likely to inherit the Bulldog’s large head and square jaw. They are lovable and will enjoy playing with the kids.
You know that you’ll have a cute pup in the Beagi because their parents, the Beagle and the Corgi, are just so cute!
This mixed breed might be stubborn and protective but is also friendly and sweet. Due to the Corgi side, they might try herding your kids at times but will be the family’s best companion.
5. Beagle Pit
The Beagle Pit is a mix of the Pitbull and Beagle. More specifically, the Beagle is crossed with the American Pit Bull Terrier and is also known as the Beaglebull.
This makes this breed highly energetic but super sweet and loving. But you can also expect a high prey drive and confidence.
6. Beagle Shepherd
The German Shepherd Beagle Mix is the Beagle Shepherd. These dogs have a strong work ethic and are incredibly intelligent.
They are likely to be quite protective and loyal and will need a great deal of exercise to maintain their energy level.
The Beagleman is a unique combination because they are a cross of the Doberman Pinscher and the Beagle, but they sure are cute!
Although smaller than the Doberman, they can still make an excellent watchdog! These are sweet, devoted, and happy-go-lucky dogs.
With a name like Beaglematian, they can only be a Dalmatian and Beagle mixed breed!
These sensitive dogs love attention and are highly energetic. With their distinctive looks and social nature, the Beaglematian will make an excellent companion for families and singles.
When you mix the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with the Beagle, you’ve got yourself a Beaglier. Since both the Cav and the Beagle are known for being among the friendliest of dogs, the Beaglier will follow suit, guaranteed!
They will do best with owners who are home most of the time and will love an energetic playing session as much as a cuddling session.
Mixing the Golden Retriever with the Beagle gives us the gorgeous Beago. You know that the Beago will be an excellent family dog due to having two loving and gentle parent breeds.
The Beago is loyal, super friendly, and quite intelligent, so if you can keep up with their exercise needs, you’ll have a fantastic companion!
Put the Siberian Husky with the Beagle, and you get the Beaski. This is a high-energy Beagle mix, which shouldn’t be a surprise with a Husky parent!
They are also guaranteed to be quite vocal, sweet, and affectionate. Be prepared for energetic walks and activities!
The Bocker is a mix of the Beagle and Cocker Spaniel, which makes for a fabulous family pet!
These make excellent dogs for children and are calmer than some other mixed breeds on this list. They are sweet dogs that will enjoy a nice walk and a cuddle.
13. Boglen Terrier
The Boston Terrier Beagle mix is the Boglen Terrier, also known as the Teagle. These dogs are charming and silly at times but are calm and definitely smart.
They might be stubborn and need plenty of exercise, but they are lovely, affectionate dogs.
The Boingle is a combination of the German Shorthaired Pointer and the Beagle. This breed is highly energetic and needs an owner to engage them in appropriate activities.
These outdoorsy dogs are friendly, devoted, highly intelligent, affectionate, and potentially stubborn.
The Borkie is the Yorkshire Terrier mixed with the Beagle. You should know immediately that they are super adorable! These small dogs want you in their life every minute of the day.
They are energetic, protective, and sweet dogs that might be a bit vocal but will enjoy a nice snuggle at the end of the day.
The Beagle and Chihuahua give us the Cheagle. Here, we have the smallest Beagle mix, but with a Chi parent, you know that there will be a fair bit of feistiness present.
The Cheagle is a Velcro dog and wants to spend as much time as possible with their owners. They are friendly, intelligent, sometimes stubborn, and definitely noisy!
The Doxle is a combination of the Dachshund and the Beagle, which means you’ll have a high prey drive dog.
This Beagle version of the Weiner dog will also be a Velcro breed. They are prone to separation anxiety but are smart, social, and super affectionate.
The Jackabee is as unique as their parents, which are the Beagle and Jack Russell. If you know anything about the Jack Russell, you know that the Jackabee will be highly intelligent and highly energetic!
They have a high prey drive, are friendly and loyal, and form strong bonds with their family.
19. Labbe Dog
The Labbe is a Labrador Retriever and Beagle mix (they are also known as the Beagador and Lagle).
You’re practically guaranteed a friendly and enthusiastic dog, as both Beagles and Labs are famous for their energy and love of meeting new people. They need plenty of attention and activities and will make the best family dogs!
The Beagle Maltese Mix is the Malteagle, which is a small breed that makes a great lap dog. They are energetic, but due to their small size, they won’t need much exercise.
Malteagles are smart, sweet, and affectionate dogs that will enjoy meeting just about everyone due to their friendly nature.
The Pomeagle is a small Beagle mix because the other half is a Pomeranian. So, they can be a lap dog if you are looking for that.
This breed is curious but not always enough to pay attention to you, so they should always be on a leash when outside. They are sweet and loving with a bit of an independent streak.
The Poodle has been mixed with almost every dog that you can imagine, and with the Beagle, we get the Poogle. They are not hypoallergenic, though, as half of this breed sheds quite heavily.
They are highly intelligent, energetic, and loving. But they will require plenty of mental stimulation so they don’t get bored and destructive.
The popular Pug crossed with the Beagle results in the Puggle. This Beagle mixed breed is mischievous and fun-loving.
They are friendly, outgoing, and affectionate and might be a bit stubborn at times. But they make excellent family dogs and playmates for children.
The Raggle is the Rat Terrier and the Beagle rolled into one. They might be small but are perhaps too lively to be a true lapdog.
They are loving and devoted but need owners who can keep up with their high energy requirements. But they are definitely entertaining and affectionate companions.
Now that you have a basic idea of the kinds of Beagle mixed breeds that exist, make a point of becoming familiar with the other half of the breeds that you’re interested in.
This will give you an idea of how your dog will turn out in terms of appearance and temperament. It’s essential that your new dog is a perfect fit for you and your family. You don’t want a low-key dog if you’re big on exercise, for example.
Beagles are among the friendliest and sweetest dogs, and while owning a purebred will give you a fantastic companion, combining the Beagle with other breeds can only lead to a unique and unforgettable dog.