Beagleman Breed Appearance
The Beagleman hybrid is a muscular, medium-sized dog with a broad chest and long, straight legs. The head is typically wide, and while it can be slightly rounded like the Beagle’s head, it is more often flat and somewhat wedge-shaped. Their eyes typically come in varying shades of brown and can be either the rounder, hound-like eyes or the almond-shaped eyes of the Doberman, and their ears tend to hang down to the sides, whether they are set high or low on the head. Although the ears and tail of the Doberman dog are generally docked when they are young, this not the case for the Beagleman and they retain their floppy ears and long, straight tails. The Beagleman coat will be double-layered with a short, dense undercoat protected by a layer of short, stiffer fur that lays flat against the dog’s body, and the outer coat often has the sleek or shiny appearance that is characteristic of the Doberman. Though there can be many possible color variations that might show up with this crossbreed, the vast majority of these dogs are varying shades of black, brown, and tan, often with white markings.