Bagle Hound Breed Appearance
The Bagle Hound is a hybrid between the Basset Hound and the Beagle. Your Bagle Hound will develop characteristics of both, and at times, you may find it difficult to distinguish specific similarities to one breed or the other. This is because the Basset Hound and the Beagle are both of the Hound family. However, a side-by-side comparison of both breeds shows definite differences. For one, the Basset is low to the ground, and your Bagle Hound will inherit shorter legs and the larger body of its Basset Hound parent. However, the Beagle parent genes adds longer legs and a more compact look and lend to a more proportionate-looking hybrid. The Bagle Hound has a square head and has big ears that hang low. The lips on a Bagle Hound will not be as tight as the Beagle but will not droop like the Basset Hound either, and big, expressive eyes can appear sad or pleading, yet gentle and are of a dark brown or hazel color.