The Meagle is a small dog and smaller than the Beagle parent. The head may have a slight dome or can be flat, and the muzzle is small. The Meagle's ears hang down and are larger than the Min Pin but smaller than the Beagle's ears. The eyes are amber to brown and slightly oval shaped with a playful expression. The Meagle has a graceful form with long, thin legs, similar to the Miniature Pinscher. The coat can be either course with short to medium hair or silky, but it usually dark with darker points on the face. The tail of the Meagle is often held straight up and carried gaily.
The Meagle is a spirited, lively companion for the family, though they can be mischevious at times. The Min Pin parent is not known to have great patience with children, but the Beagle parent loves kids. The hybrid Meagle's kid-friendly personality may lean toward either parent breed, but early and consistent socialization with children will help this hybrid adjust well. The Meagle is somewhat more naturally friendly towards strangers than children, but socialization will ensure the hybrid has healthy relationships with other people. The Beagle parent is a pack dog and consequently, is very dog-friendly whereas the Min Pin parent may not be such a pet-friendly dog. The Meagle will most likely share one parent's disposition toward other pets but it is not possible to predict with complete accuracy. At best, the Meagle will be a good mix of both parents. The energy levels of the Meagle are high and easy to predict given both parent breeds are as equally active. The Meagle's high energy requires supervision and its sometime independent and stubborn nature can make training a little more challenging.