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  Dogs - Beagle

The Beagle is a scent hound. They are thought to have become a distinct breed in England in the days of Henry VII, though they may have originated in France or Greece. Over the years, the dogs have been favoured by other royalty: Queen Elizabeth I, King James I, King George IV, and Prince Albert. 

 Beagle puppies for sale in South Africa

Beautiful KUSA registered Beagle puppies available to approved homes. Dam and Sire are SA Champions. Both Dam and Sire are MLS and NCCD clear. Puppies will be inoculated, de-wormed,  vetchecked, and will have a microchip implanted. Contract to be signed and a vetting process to follow. Delivery to Gauteng available and I can fly nationwide to all major airports. Puppies available mid-May. Contact Niek Gouws: 0723377237 (call or WhatsApp) or email    kaperjolle@gmail.com

Posted 14.04.19
 


Puppies for sale

 

Beautiful, tri-colour, healthy puppies born 2nd of April. Will be ready for love and attention from their human friends on 28th May. They will be KUSA registered. Will have a microchip implanted before it leaves us. It will be dewormed, innoculated and health checked by a registered Vet at 6 weeks. Breeding restriction on companion puppies. Sorry no flights, we are on a game farm 60 km from Brits. Delivery can be arranged to Brits/Hartbeespoortdam. R5000 each, contact Eloise Venter to reserve your puppy to avoid disapointment. Cell:    072 579 3410    Posted 04.04.19.
 

  

More breeders, who may have puppies

Anette van Veenhuyzen 082 338 2848 Email: anette.vanveenhuyzen@up.ac.za Webpage: Studvet

Ronel Boshoff 012 544 0960, 082 954 5222 email ronel@jarocas.co.za, Webpage Jarocas  

Anneliese Carstens Sel 0829014044, Tel 023 616 3129, Email marankis@lando.co.za, Website www.gelukshoop-kennels.co.za 

Rhelda Cronje, tel. home: 0716572418, cell: 0795174889, e-mail:  philip@windfield.co.za   Webpage: Hampstead

Johan Joubert, 060 988 3628, 0823773013, email: johan.joubert885@gmail.com. Webpage: Joelain

Ironel Lotter  044-9561011 or 0845168317 ironel@vodamail.co.za , Webpage  Avantgarde

 

Testimonial

Just to let you know that I sold all my puppies.  I prayed a lot that he would get a safe, loving home, and God answered. Thank you for your help. I wish you lots of blessings.  Marietjie Reinhardt

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About Beagles

Beagles were bred for hunting hare in packs, with the huntsmen following on foot.

Nowadays Beagles are sometimes used to hunt fox with the hunters on horseback. They have an excellent sense of smell and if they get out the gate, will follow the scent of a dog, cat or other animal. A fence is required. Beagle puppies can get out of a hole in the fence, so do check the fence before getting a puppy. 

Being a lively, energetic dog, they like a big yard and lots of exercise. Hounds can howl loudly, which can annoy neighbours if the houses are close. They are pack animals and like company - either of other dogs, or people.

The earliest record of a dog resembling a beagle occurs in the papers of King Henry VIII of England. 

Early development of breeds of dogs. 

Being a pack animal, the Beagle likes the company of other dogs, and people. They will bark loudly at intruders but their temperament is friendly. They like exercise and long walks. A puppy needs consistent training as the adult dog can be strong-willed.  

Beagles have been known to develop eye problems, hypothyroidism, and epilepsy, but of course not every Beagle is affected. Most beagles are healthy, happy, friendly dogs.

The Beagle's short coat needs no grooming, but all dogs benefit from regular brushing. All-white beagles were kept by Prince Albert. The adult dog grows to a height of 33 - 40 cm.

Class: hound.

Colour: the most common is tricolour - brown, black and white, but many beagles are bicolour (2 colours) - eg red and white, tan & white, black & white, lemon & white. ("Lemon" is a pale beige colour.) hare pied, lemon pied, all white, or mottled. Liver and other colours are not allowed.

Height at shoulder: 33 - 40 cms minimum.

Beagles are pack animals who love to hunt together. When one dog sees a rabbit, he rushes after it, barking excitedly to encourage the pack to follow. We are pack animals too! That's why folk like to go to church and meet other people. "Let's not stop gathering together (as some do) but let's encourage one another!"  Hebrews chapter 10 verse 25

Beagle puppy

 

cute tricoloured beagle puppy

 

Beagle puppy looking thoughtful 

A dog that is very similar to a Beagle is the Basset Hound.  Basset Hounds have similar colouring to a Beagle. They are bigger with shorter legs and longer, floppy ears. Like the Beagle, the Basset Hound is a scent hound. The two breeds were interbred at one point. 

 

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