Puppy Name: Arya
Status : Sold
Price : $650 USD
Breed : Beagle
Sex : Female
Age : 10 Weeks Old
Arya is Vaccinated and come with a 1 Year health guarantee
We are known for breeding some of the most Magnificent Beagles in the country. This is the outcome of careful breeding with an excellent mentor over the years. We pay close attention to Type and Genetics. Thereby creating a healthier line. We have bred a very houndy head over the years. This is one of the most desirable traits.
Beagles have unique qualities. They are intelligent, affectionate, playful, sweet and cuddly. They love to snuggle with you and be on your lap and in your face giving kisses. My puppies are bred with careful consideration of the type and to Standards. Over the last years we have maintained the beautiful Elegance and High Stepping movement. My Puppies have amazing dispositions. Most don't know a stranger.
Delaney's Beagle Puppies raises quality Beagles bred with emphasis toward confirmation (meaning structure, form, appearance, and movement), protection instinct, love & affection, sound temperament, and health & longevity.
We are active in the dog community and participate/have titles in showing conformation, competitive obedience, agility, IPO, and service/therapy work. All of our dogs have champion/working titled pedigrees and are titled or working on a title. All of our dogs are fully health tested and updated annually.
From time to time we may have a select litter planned and puppies may be available. They are typically spoken for in advance and we interview the candidates for our puppies before placing them. We have a lifetime commitment to our puppies and owners.
Most of all, we want to share all there is to know about these dogs and strive for the ultimate vision for the breed. Please browse through, each tab has a lot of information below it to consider.
The Beagle is considered to be one of the most easy-going and friendly breeds in the Hound group. They love to provide and be provided with companionship. They thrive on exploring the outdoors and following their nose. A clever dog, they can be stubborn if left untrained. If provided with the necessary exercise, the Beagle can thrive in the great outdoors, though once exploration time is done, they will be happiest indoors with the family. They are known to be an excellent family dog, especially with children.
A tolerant nature will allow playfulness with children. Early socialization can help prevent conflicts with other pets such as cats. They like to be independent in some of their activities, which can mean they will follow their nose to places they should not be! Known for their barking, howling, and baying, they are also known for a mischievous nature and a nose that tends to get them in trouble. Even with training, this dog may be presented as a stubborn breed, motivated mostly by food.
The Beagle's short and smooth coat is easy to maintain. Weekly brushing will help remove dead hair and promote growth. A rubber curry brush is recommended for the brushing. They should be bathed every 4 to 6 weeks, if necessary. Showering them more often can lead to overproduction of oil on the skin. This popular pet is not considered hypoallergenic and is a medium-level shedder. Due to their floppy ears, it is important to regularly wipe and clean the ears to avoid debris and infection The Beagle has a low smell level and is relatively clean. Their nails should be trimmed every 3 to 4 weeks to prevent them from overgrowing.
An energetic dog, they should be provided with walks and playtime in order to maintain their stamina and keep them happy. While they can get away with living in an apartment, they would thrive best in an environment where they are free to run around and follow their nose. If they live in an apartment dwelling, it is essential to allow them to take long walks and track with their nose. They like to remain active and can become destructive if left to their own devices. This breed is not known to have any special dietary requirements.
It is believed that the word “beagle” was derived from a French word meaning “open throat”. This is believed to have been a direct reference to the way this vocal pup bays. While their history is not well-documented, it is believed that this avid tracker may have originated from pack hounds before the Roman era. The current dog is known to have been developed in the 1800s, bred between the Talbot Hound, the North Country Beagle, and the Southern Hound. They were also developed to be an easy-going breed with a strong hunting feature.
In the early 1900s, there was a push to modify the breed by attempting to create a uniform size and temperament. There are even reports that this compact companion may have originated from the Harrier. While their heritage dates back to the packs of hunting dogs used to hunt deer and hare, they originated from England. This eager pup is said to have been used by hunters due to their compact size. There are a few well-known dogs of this breed in the pop culture world. For example, Snoopy is the most well-known of the pack. A favorite among many people, this cute pooch also lived in the White House when President Lyndon B. Johnson was in office. In the 1840s, the clever canine was exported to the United States strictly for hunting purposes. In 1885, they were officially recognized by the American Kennel Club. In 1888, the National Beagle Club was created and the dog was categorized by size: under 13 inches and 13 to 15 inches. They later became popular as a family pet due to their friendly and happy disposition.