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BEAGLES COTTAGE

Beagles Cottage LLC is a state licensed Kennel, breeding & Raising AKC Beagle Puppies is our primary Activity, All our puppies come from a champion bloodline. They are all healthy and have great temperaments.
We are a family owned & operated business. Our mode of operation is far from a traditional kennel, we make sure all our animals, especially our dogs are treated as Our own children and are fully integrated into our family.
The Beagle, also known as the English Beagle, is a Scent Hound that belongs to the Hound group. He is greatly prized for his sharp sense of smell and skills as a Hunting Dog. The dog breed is medium-sized with a short coat, which makes for easy and minimal grooming.
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HISTORY OF
BEAGLES

This breed's origin is a bit complex since there are many claims, but they lack reliable documentation. Some say that there have been hunting dogs of similar appearance and size in Greece since the 5th century BCE.  The Beagle may also have come from the Talbot Hound, which was created from the documented St. Huber hound in the 11th century. The Talbot, which was a slow hunter, was crossed with a  Greyhound to increase his speed. The North Country Beagle and southern hound are other dog breeds thought to be used to develop this hunting dog today. There is still an ongoing debate where the breed's name stems from. Some vouch it comes from the French word beugler, which means 'to bellow.' Others argue that it is derived from the German word begele, which means 'to scold.' Beagles were the smallest British pack hounds. These dogs were bred in England during the 15th century, and their primary purpose was hare and rabbit hunting. After some time, a miniature variation of the breed was created. These are commonly known as the Mini, Teacup, or Pocket Beagle, and Queen Elizabeth II even kept these smaller versions of the breed in her saddle panniers. Reverend Phillip Honeywood initiated a breeding programme in 1830. It is believed to have laid the modern version of the breed’s foundation. The very first offspring produced in the breeding programme was small and sports a fine white coat. A man named Thomas Johnson continued to refine the breeding procedure and created two varieties of the breed: one has a smooth coat, whilst the other owns a rough fur. Four Beagles were made in the 1860s: medium, fox, dwarf, and terrier. Unfortunately, only 18 packs of the dog breed remained in 1887. This prompted the breed’s fanciers to form 'The Beagle Club' in 1890 to keep these small hunting dogs from becoming extinct. It was followed by the establishment of the Association of Masters of Harriers and Beagles in 1891. Both organisations worked to create the breed’s standard-type. Through their efforts, the number of packs increased from 18 to 772 by 1902. Beagles in the US can easily be found in two varieties: those standing under 33 centimetres at the shoulder and those between 33 and 38 centimetres. Because of the dog breed's sharp sense of smell, he is used as a scent-detection dog at US airports. His small size and friendliness make him less threatening than other police dogs. Thus, passengers are less likely to get nervous when the dog sniffs and inspects their luggage for weapons, drugs, or illegal food items.

ABOUT
BEAGLES

They resemble a miniature Foxhound with a broader head and a shorter, square-cut muzzle. Males stand between 36–41 centimetres at the withers, whereas females’ height ranges between 33-38cm.  Males weigh 10–11 kilos and females between 9-10 kilos. The breed’s physique is strong and lean but muscular. It has a domed skull and long, round-tipped ears. Its nose is black with wide nostrils. It has fairly large eyes that are set well apart and show a mild expression.
Beagles have an amiable temperament and are considered one of the friendliest dog breeds in the Hound Group. However, their amiable nature keeps them from becoming skilled guard dogs. These dogs make great family pets that get along well with children. At times, they can be quite rowdy and raucous. Thus, supervision is needed to keep them and the children safe. The breed is a good companion for other pets, provided that it undergoes early socialisation. The Beagle has an average lifespan of 12 - 15 years. It is generally healthy The Beagle is an active dog that requires a protein-rich diet, with experts recommending a minimum of 25% of its overall diet.

ABOUT US

WHY THE BEAGLE?

Beagles have an amiable temperament and are considered one of the friendliest dog breeds in the Hound Group. they are a great family pet as they are smart,intelligent and very playful. The breed’s physique is strong and lean but muscular. It has a domed skull and long, round-tipped ears.They have a long life span.

wHO ARE WE

We are the Jasmine's Family, Jasmine Hazel , Alexa Jasmine & our 3 Boys Run & operate Beagles Cottage on Our 40 Acre Ranch. I grew up on a ranch where my parents raised Horses, I still do. My Wife was a Vet Tech but quit her job to concentrate on our Ranch. Contact Us to Learn more

OUR PHILOSOPHY

Our natural philosophy to not dock tails, leave dew claws, use of species specific natural raw diet, and the well being of leaving dogs intact, reflect modern researched health benefits, and our personal beliefs as breeders.

WHY CHOOSE US ?

Firstly the quality of the puppies we produce, that's enough reason to trust us.
Second our experience and assistance. We have been breeding & raising Beagles for 10 yrs now. We provide lifetime assistance for all our puppy families. We offer a 1 Yr Health & Genetic Guarantee.

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