30-50 lbs
United States

The Beabull is a designer dog achieved by crossing a Beagle with a Bulldog. This new breed is gaining popularity due to their attractive appearance and delightful nature. It is an unpredictable breed for appearance as each dog may vary from another depending on the parental genetic contribution. Most come with the Bulldog wrinkles and underbite, while the floppy ears and the long muzzle are attributed to their Beagle parent. The Beabull is a friendly and patient dog with children and other animals including dogs. They are intelligent and even tempered, although they can have a streak of stubbornness from the Bulldog side. While they are not very active dogs, they will enjoy a game or walk to burn off their energy. Loveable and loyal, the Beabull is gaining a good following who love the mischievous affectionate nature of this dog.

Date of Origin
Beagle and Bulldog

Beabull Health

Average Size
Male Beabull size stats
Height: 14-16 inches Weight: 40-60 lbs
Female Beabull size stats
Height: 12-13 inches Weight: 30-50 lbs
Major Concerns
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Disk Disease
Minor Concerns
  • Patellar Luxation
  • Reverse Sneezing
Occasional Diagnoses
  • Epilepsy
  • Ear Infections
Occasional Tests
  • X-Rays
  • Urinalysis
  • Full Blood Work
  • General Physical Examination

Beabull Breed History

The Beabull is thought to have originated from the United States of America. The first-generation breeding results are not guaranteed with even the young pups from the same litter showing differences in appearance. Because there is no documentation about their history, we must look at the parent dog to understand the characteristics that have gone into the making of the loveable Beabull. The Beagle can be traced back to Roman times, although its history for the dog we know today is a little muddled. It is in the mid-1800s that the Beagle as we know it began to establish itself as a hunting dog. They have an amazing sense of smell, and it is this very valuable trait that sees the Beagle employed today as detection dogs. The Bulldog had a tough beginning in England where up to 1835 they were used in spectator sports with bear and bull baiting. After the banning of these sports, they were used in dog fights, until that too was banned. During this stage, they were bred to be aggressive, courageous and tenacious. Later when they were brought to America, they were used to hunt game and guard the property. The breed was changed to a dog that remained strong and courageous but was also gentle and a trusted family member. The Bulldog of today is a mellow dog, very loyal and affectionate. Taking the history of both the Beagle and the Bulldog, the Beabull demonstrates loyalty, trustworthiness, and is a great family dog. They do have an independent side, but they make a mild-mannered affectionate pet.

Beabull Breed Appearance

The Beabull is a medium to large dog of solid build that is both cute, playful and hardy. The appearance of each dog can vary considerably, depending on the parent’s genetic contribution. Some look more towards the finer Beagle in appearance, while others can have a definite stocky Bulldog appearance. They have a strong lean body with typical hips much like their Bulldog parent. Their tails and legs are short. The floppy ears are reminiscent of the Beagle, and the Beabulls face has a few wrinkles and wide-set deep brown to hazel eyes. Their long muzzle sports a black nose with wide nostrils and the dogs often have a strong underbite in the jaw. Their hair coat is short haired and coarse and can be high shedding which needs extra brushing to remove it. They are very even-tempered dogs, loyal and very loveable.

Eye Color Possibilities
hazel Beabull eyes
brown Beabull eyes
Nose Color Possibilities
black Beabull nose
Coat Color Possibilities
white Beabull coat
brown Beabull coat
brindle Beabull coat
Coat Length
Short Medium Long
Coat Density
Sparse Normal Dense
Coat Texture
Beabull straight coat texture
Straight Wiry Wavy Curly Corded

Beabull Breed Maintenance

The Beabull needs to be brushed almost daily. Going over them with a firm bristle brush and a vacuum, and then a wipe over with a damp cloth will keep them (and your house) looking its best. Bathing is on a need only basis, and it is advisable to use a special dog shampoo, taking care to clean and dry carefully in the wrinkled areas to prevent skin infections. They are not hypoallergenic because of the amount of hair they shed. The Beabull will love the attention of grooming but make sure you get them used to having their teeth cleaned and nails clipped at an early age. A lot of dogs don’t like their feet being handled, so getting them used to this when they are a puppy will help during veterinarian handling issues as they mature. Because they have long floppy ears, they will need to be cleaned out by wiping with a damp cloth once a week, just to remove any debris that may have worked its way into the ear.

Brushes for Beabull
Pin Brush
Nail Clipper
Brushing Frequency
Beabull requires daily brushing
Daily Weekly Monthly

Beabull Temperament

Normally the Beabull is a calm and docile dog, friendly to all and very loyal. However, the Beagle and Bulldog have an obstinate trait that is also found in the Beabull in varying degrees. It can take patience and perseverance to train them, but is helped by reward treats of food which they love. They are friendly towards children and can show amazing levels of patience with curious and sometimes annoying youngsters. The Beabull puppy is full of life and needs plenty of activity to wear off its energy, or it can become destructive and chew on everything and anything. The Beabull cherishes its master and family, loving nothing better than following them around all day, then curling up on or beside them in the evening, and they love to be lavished with attention. While they are not the best watchdog because of their friendly nature, they would not hesitate to defend their family if the occasion arose.

Beabull Activity Requirements

While they are a medium sized dog, they can adapt to apartment living as long as they get a good walk and a bit of playtime each day. They are best in a house with a well fenced yard where they can either laze about or join in the family games. As a hybrid dog, they are hardy when it comes to climate; they can tolerate most conditions except for extremes of temperatures. In extreme cold, the Beabull may need a dog coat, and in extremely hot weather, they will seek the shade or the air conditioning inside the home to have a good snooze.

Activity Level
Low Medium High
Rec. Walk Mileage Per Week
6 miles
Minutes of Activity Per Day
60 minutes

Beabull Food Consumption

Cups Per Day
3 cups
Daily Cost
$1.20 - $1.40
Monthly Cost
$34.00 - $45.00

Beabull Owner Experiences

4 Years
2 People
Ball, walks dog park swimming
Amazing. She is a great pet extremely loyal and loving.
1 month, 1 week ago
2 Years
2 People
House & Yard
Playing ball,
Play keep away
She is a joy to have. Very lovable and a real cuddle bug.
3 months, 3 weeks ago
6 Months
6 People
House & Yard
Our Tiny is the most affectionate dog I've ever had. She is so great with our 4 years olds, 2 years old, and 8 month old. She loves to play fetch and when she brings the ball back she just flops down in front of me. She is a bit stubborn and likes to chew things she shouldn't, like the kids toys and blankets. Overall she is such a family dog.
3 months, 3 weeks ago
5 Years
4 People
Our Beabull is the best dog we have ever had. Extremely loving and affectionate
4 months ago
8 Months
2 People
Car rides
Playing Ball
Our beabull looks much more like a beagle than a bulldog. He is sweet, affectionate, outgoing, and goofy. Everyone who meets him adores him completely. He is the perfect dog.
7 months, 3 weeks ago
3 Years
3 People
House & Yard
Extremely loyal, loving attentive companion without one ounce of destructive or aggressive behavior.
8 months ago
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