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Beagle dog characteristics and injuries


Beagle dog

Beagle dog  History

The Beagle dog is famous as the dog that became the model of the character "Snoopy", but it was originally classified as a "scent hound" and is a hunting dog that chases prey with its excellent sense of smell.
It has a long history and is said to be the descendant of the Hound, which was used for hunting rabbits in ancient Greece before Christ. After that, it spread all over Europe, and the ancestors of the beagle, which crossed over to England, were breeding in the era of Henry VII and Elizabeth I.
There are various theories about the origin of the name beagle, but there is a theory that it came from the French or Celtic word meaning "small" or "loud". Because of their hunting style, in which several of them bark while chasing down prey, they are nicknamed ``forest bells'', ``forest trumpeters'', and ``meadow vocalists''.

Characteristics of the Beagle dog

Beagles are naughty and active. It is friendly, affectionate, spoiled, and not shy, so it is a breed that can get along well with families, other people, and dogs.

I'm not good at keeping quiet. Because of their strong curiosity, they can get so caught up in chasing things that they are interested in that they sometimes ignore their owner's instructions. Also, their hunting dog instincts are prone to barking and biting, so be careful.
Beagles are intelligent dogs, but they may take time to understand the owner's instructions, so be patient when training them.


Active Beagles love to exercise. Please take a walk for at least 1 hour a day. Lack of exercise causes stress. However, it is easy to get lost, so please hold on to the leash firmly when walking.
Because he used to hunt in groups, he gets lonely easily and doesn't like sitting at home. It seems that some children bark all the time or play pranks on furniture when left alone for a long time. Make sure you take the time to treat him with love.
Beagles are prone to obesity, so you need to be careful about overeating and what you eat.


The average life expectancy is 12-15 years. Since congenital and genetic diseases are rarely seen, it is considered to be relatively long-lived among pure hematomas.

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Injuries of the Beagle dog

Herniated disc

It is a disease that compresses part of the nerve that runs through the spine. Senior dogs are said to be more susceptible.

Otitis externa

It is a common disease in dog breeds with droopy ears. Bacteria multiply in the outer ear (between the ear canal and the eardrum), causing inflammation. If your dog is scratching its ears or shaking its head more frequently, or if it smells bad, you need to be careful.

Cushing's syndrome

Although it can be seen in young dogs, it is more common in senior dogs. Excessive adrenal cortical hormones are secreted, causing an increase in the amount and frequency of urination, a swollen abdomen, and symmetrical hair loss on the back.

 Bladder tumor

It is a tumor of the bladder that often occurs in older people. Symptoms include hematuria, frequent urination, and difficulty urinating.

Pyruvate kinase deficiency

A genetic deficiency in the enzyme pyruvate kinase results in the inability of red blood cells to maintain their normal shape and shortens their lifespan. This can lead to severe anemia. The spleen may also be enlarged because abnormal red blood cells are broken down in the spleen. Anemia may cause people to tire easily and breathe rapidly.

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