Beagle

How Big Do Beagle Dogs Get?

How much do you know about Beagles?

Let’s learn more about Beagles and their sizes. Shall we?

What age is a Beagle fully grown?

Beagles attain their full height at eight months of age while achieving adult weight at eighteen months.

Beagle size chart

There are two varieties of Beagles based on their size; the 13”’ & below and 13”-15” tall size.

Age (Months)

13’’ and Below

 13-15’’

1

2-3 lbs

3-4 lbs

2

3-5 lbs

4-7 lbs

3

7-10 lbs

8-11 lbs

4

8-11 lbs

9-12 lbs

5

9-12 lbs

10-13 lbs

6

12-17 lbs

14-18 lbs

7

14-16 lbs

16-20 lbs

8

16-20 lbs

18-22 lbs

9

16-20 lbs

20-26 lbs

10

16-20 lbs

20-28 lbs

11

16-20 lbs

20-30 lbs

12

16-20 lbs

20-30 lbs

Normal Weight Bounds for Beagles

A fully grown Beagle with a height of 13’’ and below should have an average weight of between 22-30lbs while Beagles standing between 13-15’’ tall weigh approximately 25-35lbs.

Beagle mix and their sizes

These mixes include:

Borkie

This is a combination of a beagle and a Yorkie.

Beagle

Yorkie

Borkie

Height

13-15’’

8-9’’

12-15’’

Weight

20-35 lbs

4-7 lbs

20-25 lbs

Beagleman

This is a mix of beagle and Doberman Pinscher

Beagle

Doberman Pinscher

Beagleman

Height

13-15’’

24-28’’

12-15’’

Weight

20-35 lbs

71-99 lbs

40-55 lbs

Meagle

This is a crossbreed of a beagle and miniature pinscher.

Beagle

Miniature Pinscher

Meagle

Height

13-15’’

10-12’’

12-15’’

Weight

20-35 lbs

7-11 lbs

10-25 lbs

FAQ

Do beagles make good house pets?

Beagles are sociable and friendly hence make terrific house pets.

Is a Beagle considered a small or medium dog?

Beagles are small dogs.

At what age do beagles slow down?

Beagles begin to calm down from six months.

Conclusion

Beagles are an excellent addition to a family as they are extremely friendly, interactive, and pleasant.

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