Morgan is a female black, tan & white Beagle puppy.
She was born on January 17, 2014, so she's 7 weeks old now.
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According to the history of Beagles, the first of this breed first appeared in the 1500s. English hunters usually take packs of this breed when they go out to hunt various small animals, from pheasants, rabbits, quails, and a lot more. Some say that this breed may have originated as a cross between other types of English hounds and the Harrier. Since then, this breed has become one of the most popular breeds in America. A single Beagle has the capacity to hunt lone, as well as in packs or pairs.
The name of the breed may have originated from the French term “be’geule”, which means “gape throat” – that could refer to the baying voice that the dogs emit. There also those who say that the name may also have originated from the size of the dog, stemming from the word “beigh” in French, the Old Englisih word “begele”, or even the Celtic word “beag”, which all exemplify the meaning “small”. The breed was first recognized by the American Kennel Club back in 1885.
This dog is considered as a sturdy little hound dog that somehow looks like a miniature version of the Foxhound. The body of the Beagle is squarely built and its skull is slightly domed and fairly long. The muzzle is straight, square, and medium in length. The Beagle’s eyes are set well-apart and could either be hazel or brown in color. The pendant ears are wide, long, and low-set. The nose is described as broad and with full nostrils. This dog also has round and firm feet. The breed’s coat is considered of medium length, sleek, hard, and close – which make it easy to take care of. The tail is never curled over the back and is set moderately high.
As for the color, any hound-type color is okay, such as tri-color, black and tan, lemon, orange and white, lemon and white, red and white, or blue tick and red tick. These dogs also have a distinct and unique type of howl or bay when they bark during a hunt.
Beagles are naturally sweet, loving, and gentle. They are usually happy to see people and would greet them with a wagging tail. They are very sociable dogs and are very intelligent and brave. They are also good with children and are generally okay with other dogs. These dogs are very watchful, determined, and could have a mind of their own. This means that owners have to be very patient and firm when training. They have to be exercised daily so that they will be calm and manageable. They have an instinct to track things down, so playing tracking games will help to satisfy that instinct.
In order to override their hunting instincts, it is important to let them socialize with other household animals (other than dogs) while they are still young.
Beagles make the perfect family companion dogs and are great around children. They also make great narcotics detection dogs, due to their strong sense of smell. They have always been good companions for those who also love to hunt and would gladly follow their owners when they go tracking.