Beagle Harrier Breed Appearance
Unsurprisingly, the Beagle Harrier is often confused for a large Beagle or a small Harrier, standing at almost a perfect height and weight between the two breeds. More specifically, the breed stands at an average height of 19 inches and weighing in at an average of about 40 pounds, and literally looks like a slightly heavier, leggier version of a standard Beagle. Beagle Harriers possess a broad skull with a tapering, somewhat triangular muzzle, black nose, circular, lively eyes, and somewhat broad, folded ears. Their forequarters are long, straight and lightly squared, parallel to their also-straight hindquarters. They have a shallow chest in comparison to the standard Beagle but it holds enough depth to produce a powerful bay. Their back is straight and terminates in a thick, tapered tail that is usually held in saber fashion. Their coats are nearly identical to a Beagle as well, possessing a normal tricolor range that covers black, white and orange/brown.