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“beautifuly loyal pets!”

Written on: 22/11/2013 by kdarlene (1 review written)

I have known a number of people who have owned this breed of dog. I have seen that they are loyal and fun-loving animals. They are adventurous and playful, but at the end of the day they love to cuddle and some even believe they are lap dogs. I once came close to buying one of my own, I would have loved to own one of these amazing animals. they don't cost much to take care of and they are very easy to please. I strongly recommend buying one of your own!… Read Full Review

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“The best dog I could ask for!”

Written on: 29/10/2013 by BradyM2349 (3 reviews written)

I love my beagle, Taver. He's four years old and full of energy. He's very loyal and always wanting to be by my side. He listens to commands well, is independent, sleeps like a champ, always wants exercise, and overall is not a troublemaker. It's my first time owning a dog and I really couldn't be happier with my choice in a beagle!… Read Full Review

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“So easy to use and best price”

Written on: 04/10/2013

Got life insurance and critical illness through go compare... Real value for money compared with other lenders… Read Full Review

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“Question”

Written on: 05/05/2012 by Raven15 (1 review written)

I am looking to get a good dog for a therapy dog in the nursing home that I work at. A friend turned me onto beagles as that they may be a perfect fit! I have at home 3 amazing border collies that I have trained and one brittney spaniel that is very hard headed most of the time. I run my dogs every day and love to take them anywhere I go. Do y'all think that adding a beagle to my mix of dogs would be a good match?… Read Full Review

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“ Because the beagle originated from England in the...”

Written on: 21/04/2011 by zamwow3000 (1 review written)

Because the beagle originated from England in the late 1500's and was bred to use its nose, it needs an active family who will walk it multiple times a day and give it lots of attention. The beagle can easily become bored and needs a lot of entertaining activities. One of the strengths of this breed is its companionship towards its family. But one of the beagles weaknesses is its constant need to howl and bark at any sign of disturbance in its surroundings. My beagle even barks at a… Read Full Review

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“We got our Beagle when she was 4 months old and she is...”

Written on: 14/09/2010 by Aimee1996 (1 review written)

We got our Beagle when she was 4 months old and she is the best thing we'v ever brought! She is loving, cheeky and mad! Although we cannot let her off lead in an open field as she wont come back, will have to wait 3-4 hours for her to return. She loves playing with her regular field mates off lead and as long as they come back we can catch her quickly! Would highly recommend a Beagle to a family with young children. They do need a lot of exercise though, but you get used too walking them!… Read Full Review

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“Benson is our one year old male beagle. He is the...”

Written on: 29/05/2009

Benson is our one year old male beagle. He is the centre of our family and our perfect dog! We have been able to walk him off the lead in open spaces since he was 10/11 weeks old and his recall is always immediate and consistent unless he's playing with another dog (in which case i cannot blame him.) Whilst he does love to smell everything, he has never tracked a scent and disappeared. He loves children and is happy to be stroked and tickled even if the children are a little rough with him… Read Full Review

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“This breed is the most annoying dog breed of all. It...”

Written on: 05/12/2008

This breed is the most annoying dog breed of all. It is extremely stupid. Does not respond to any commands. It's barking is awful. It sheds a lot. It is a glutton, it always wants more food. Destroys everything… Read Full Review

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Written on: 23/12/2009

This review will be resented by many Beagle owners - or indeed dog owners. Beagles are not naturally disobedient and in fact are known for their eagerness to please. However if they are not given firm training they do become destructive and naughty. Beagles become destructive also when bored and when not properly exercised. Bad behaviour is never down to the dog alone - it is true that some dogs require more persistent training, but just because you don't see the results you want does not mean you should give up. Beagles are great dogs - 10 Beagles live with me at the moment and they all listen and are incredibly friendly dogs. P.S Nothing in my house is destroyed!

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“What can I say this breed is amazing! I have a male...”

Written on: 15/07/2008 by moumin321 (1 review written)

What can I say this breed is amazing! I have a male called Toby and he's only 5 months old he has been walking off the lead since he was 11 weeks old. The only time he won't come back is if he plays with another dog but hey he's having fun!! Never had any problems with him following his nose, I regularly take him for walks in the woods and it's never been an issue!! You must train them young to be off the lead otherwise they will never get the hang of it! Do it while they are very young and you… Read Full Review

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“A family member of 5 years and a bit now, got him when...”

Written on: 28/06/2007 by alessilover (7 reviews written)

A family member of 5 years and a bit now, got him when our son, now aged 5 and a bit, was only four weeks old, so they have grown up together.

We had always had Jack Russell's before, but after the death of two of them, I wanted another breed, as I didn't want to feel as though I was replacing the others.

Also, we wanted one slightly bigger than a Jack, but not too big, and not one with long shaggy hair, as it would be a nightmare to keep clean and tangle free with living in the countryside… Read Full Review

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“We have had our English Beagle for 1 year and 4 months...”

Written on: 27/08/2006 by balloon (1 review written)

We have had our English Beagle for 1 year and 4 months and she is 1 year 7 months old. She is very playful but not rough, also very intelligent, lovable, and once again extremely loyal. It took us 3 days to train her, so she knew exactly where she should go to the toilet. She has been very easy to train, the only thing we have not been able to do is walk her off her lead, because as beagles have a hunting background, they tend to follow their noses not realising they are quickly walking… Read Full Review

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“Beagles are great pets and loyal companions”

Written on: 28/11/2005 by hereticuk (1 review written)

Beagles are great pets and loyal companions… Read Full Review

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“I have got a beagle puppy, and she is just wonderful....”

Written on: 04/06/2005 by clairesdog (4 reviews written)

I have got a beagle puppy, and she is just wonderful. She is well behaved (most of the time), easy to train, but you got to make it fun or she will just refuse to do as you ask!. She is very affectionate and friendly, loves kids and lots of attention. She likes a routine and plenty of mental stimulation. A beautiful, intelligent pet, a wonderful addition to any family home… Read Full Review

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“Beagles are a dog breed that have gotten a raw deal,...”

Written on: 24/12/2003 by cosmo (1 review written)

Beagles are a dog breed that have gotten a raw deal, being a favourite for scientists to experiment on. They are also assumed to be stupid and mean and this is not the case. The 2 beagles I have raised in my lifetime have been very loyal, friendly, clever dogs. Their main failing has been their stubbornness and their dislike at being told what to do. One used to regularly talk back or punish us by misbehaving when we did not bend to her will. The other was not quite so cantankerous. Both… Read Full Review

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145288_Julie Lomas's Response to cosmo's Review

Written on: 26/02/2004

We have a 3 year old Beagle called Megan. Having never owned a dog before, we were naturally very concerned at the reports about Beagles being hard to train. I can honestly say that Megan was not at all hard to train. She is intelligent, loving, a great character and a great house dog. She is left for between 3 and 4 hours per day while I am at work and has never destroyed anything in our home. She is walked every day for about 1 1/2 hours and is a joy.

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