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Pitbull Beagle Mix – Everything You Need To Know

The Pitbull Beagle Mix is an adorable mixed dog breed that is a cross between a mighty Pitbull and a cute Beagle. These dogs find their origin in the United States of America, which are loving, friendly, intelligent, and loyal canines. The Pitbull Beagle Mix is a little dog with mixed features whose looks are absolutely treat to watch and a sweetheart personality-wise.

Pitbull Beagle Mix Pros and Cons

Pros Cons
A loyal, friendly, and playful companionRequires lots of exercise and attention
Does well with childrenLoud baying and can be destructive if bored or left alone for too long
Easy to groomDoesn’t get along with other pets easily due to strong prey drive and aggression

Pitbull Beagle Mix Basic Information

  • Name: Pitbull Beagle Mix 
  • Height: 18 to 20 inches
  • Weight: 30 to 40 pounds
  • Size: Medium
  • Coat: Short single or double coat
  • Color: Light brown, or tri-colored with a combination of black, white, and tan
  • Energy: Medium to high
  • Activities: Agility, Conformation, Field Trials, Hunting Tests, Obedience, Rally, Tracking
  • Group: Mixed dog breed
  • Barking Level: High
  • Shedding Level: Medium
  • Hypoallergenic: No
  • Litter Size: 5 to 10 puppies
  • Life Span: 10 to 16 years
  • Breed Recognition: Dog Registry of America, Inc (DRA) 
  • Other names: Beagle Bull

American Pitbull Terrier and Beagle: A Comparison

FeaturesAmerican Pitbull TerrierBeagle
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OriginUnited States, United KingdomUnited Kingdom
Height17 to 19 inches13 to 15 inches
Weight30 to 85 pounds18 to 30 pounds
Size LargeSmall to Medium
GroupTerrier Hound
Children CompatibilityHighHigh
Family CompatibilityHighHigh
Pets CompatibilityLowHigh
Barking LevelMediumHigh
Shedding LevelMedium to HighMedium
HypoallergenicNoNo
Grooming NeedsLowMedium
Overall HealthMedium to HighLow
EnergyMedium to HighMedium to High
Exercise NeedsMedium to HighMedium to High
TrainabilityMedium to HighMedium to High
ActivitiesAgility, Conformation, Obedience, TrackingAgility, Conformation, Field Trials, Hunting Tests, Obedience, Rally
Complication in breedingNoNo
Litter Size5 to 10 puppies6 puppies on average
Lifespan12 to 16 years10 to 15 years
Other NamesPitbull, Pitbull TerrierEnglish Beagle

Pitbull Beagle Mix Personality

The Pitbull Beagle mix is an adorable dog breed of medium size with an often short coat. These dogs usually share the features of both their parent breeds equally. The Pitbull Beagle mix stands tall about 18 to 20 inches and weighs around 30 to 40 pounds. Most of the Pitbull Beagle mixes capture the muscular body and friendly nature from their Pitbull parent and inherit floppy ears and large round dark colored eyes(occasionally light blue) from their Beagle parent.

Friendliness Overview

Affection level High
Family-Friendly High
Kid-Friendly High
Pet-Friendly High
Strangers-Friendly High

Adaptability Overview

Good for New Pet Owners Medium
Good for Apartment Living Medium
Sensitivity Level Medium to High
Tolerates being alone Low
Cold Tolerance Low to Medium 
Heat Tolerance Medium

Pitbull Beagle Mix Temperament

The Pitbull Beagle mixes are a package of different emotions. They inherit the sweet, loyal, and loving nature from their Pitbull parent, at the same time are stubborn, howl a lot, and may suffer mild separation anxiety like their Beagle parent. Due to this partly Beagle nature, Pitbull Beagle mixes can be challenging to train despite high intelligence. 

Pitbull Beagle mixes are good for families and children, if trained well from their early ages of life. Otherwise, it is better to skip these dogs, not because of their stubbornness but because they are hard to handle. Additionally, early training could help your Pitbull Beagle mix get along well with other pets in the family. They love playing and having activities outdoors. Pitbull Beagle mixes bark a lot at everything they see. They are quite attentive and alert you from obstacles. The excess barking of your Pitbull Beagle mix can be a sign of boredom too.

Pitbull Beagle Mix Training

Early socialization is essential for any breed, but considering the Pitbull Beagle’s solid body and strong-willed nature, it’s even more crucial.

The Pitbull Beagle mix may tend to be stubborn during training despite his brilliance.

Consistent training, patience, and positive reinforcement that includes treats, will help your Pitbull Beagle mix learn things quickly. Chewing and digging are behaviors found in both parents and may prove challenging to resolve.

Trainability Overview

Easy to TrainLow to Medium
Intelligence High
Prey Drive Medium
Tendency to Chew, Nip & Play-bite Medium
Tendency to Bark or Howl High
Wanderlust Ability Medium to High
Attention/Social NeedsHigh

Pitbull Beagle Mix Exercise Needs

Pitbull Beagle mixes are medium to high energy dogs that surely need regular exercises to stay motivated and happy. They require at least 60 minutes of exercise that includes a long walk or jog. If not, they might become destructive. So plan appropriately before adding a puppy to your family as Pitbull Beagle mixes imperatively expect daily playtime sessions. Always have your Pitbull Beagle mix on a leash so that you don’t find him missing due to his high prey drive and incredible nose that will sense a smell from miles away. On the other hand, these dogs are highly sociable that do well with strangers and other pets in a family when perfectly trained and exercised. So, if you find any abnormal behavior from your canine, you can also be one of the reasons. 

Exercise Needs Overview

Energy Level                                      Medium to High
Exercise Needs                                 High
Playfulness                                        High
Intensity      High

Pitbull Beagle Mix Grooming

It is pretty easy to groom a Pitbull Beagle mix dog. The short, sleek coat of this breed requires brushing only once a week using a slicker brush. However, since the Beagle has a dense double-coat, your Pitbull Beagle mix may shed moderately year-round and even more during the shedding season. Therefore, regular baths are not required for this breed unless your canine smells odd or feels dirty.

The Pitbull Beagle mix dog’s ears should be checked and washed once a week to keep them clean; restrict wax build-up and ensure that your dog is infection-free. Nail trimming and dental brushing are similar to any dog.

Grooming Needs Overview

Amount of Shedding                        Medium 
Tendency to Drool      Low 
Tendency to Snore      Low to Medium 
Easy to Groom      Medium to High

Pitbull Beagle Mix Health

Generally, Pitbull Beagle mix is a healthy dog breed with a life expectancy of 10 to 16 years. Despite being a mixed breed with good health, these dogs are also prone to few diseases that might affect them during their lifetime. For example, they inherit  obesity from their parent breeds. So, it is suggested to check the parent lineage for health clearances of both the breeds before breeding or owning one.

Health Overview

Basic Health     Medium to High
Weight Gain Possibilities     Medium to High
SizeMedium

The list of the diseases that a Pitbull Beagle mix is prone to are:

  • Hip Dysplasia: Hip Dysplasia is a painful, life-threatening condition caused when the bones of the rear legs don’t fit properly in the joints. Hip Dysplasia is primarily hereditary, but factors such as injuries, excessive weight gain, wrong exercises can cause hip dysplasia. Some dogs might exhibit symptoms, while some might not. Treatment ranges from medication to replacement of the hip through surgeries. To prevent this condition, avoid breeding Pitbull Beagle mixes with hip dysplasia parentage. Regular checkups are suggested.
  • Elbow Dysplasia: Elbow Dysplasia is a heritable condition commonly seen in large-breed dogs. This disease is caused due to different growth rates of the three bones that form the dog’s elbow, causing joint laxity leading to painful lameness. Your vet recommends surgery to fix the problem or medication to restrict pain.  
  • Hypothyroidism: A disorder of the thyroid gland that’s believed to cause conditions such as epilepsy, obesity, hair loss, lethargy, dark skin patches, and other skin conditions. Treatment is medication and proper diet.  
  • Patellar Luxation: It is also known as “slipped stifles,” a common problem in small dog breeds that is caused when the patella, which has 3 parts-the femur (thigh bone), patella (knee cap), and tibia (calf) — is not correctly bounded. This leads to lameness in the leg or an abnormal gait, like a hop or a skip. This condition is caused by birth, although the actual misalignment or luxation does not always occur much later. The rubbing caused by patellar luxation leads to arthritis. There are 4 patellar luxation grades, ranging from phase I, an occasional luxation causing unstable lameness in the joint, to grade IV, where the turning of the tibia is heavy, and the patella cannot be realigned manually. This gives your dog a bow-legged appearance. Uphill grades of patellar luxation may require surgery.
  • Diabetes : Diabetes mellitus is a common disease among dogs. In diabetes, the dogs cannot metabolize the blood sugar, causing increased drinking, eating, and urination along with weight loss. Treatment includes medication and insulin injection.
  • Heart Disease: It causes abnormal heart murmurs and heart rhythm. The best way to diagnose is through an X-ray, an ECG, or an echocardiogram. Treatment includes medication, dental care, and weight control.
  • Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA): A group of eye diseases involving the retina’s slow deterioration. In the initial stages of this disease, dogs become night-blind. As it advances, they lose their vision during the daytime as well. Most dogs adapt to their limited or complete vision loss gradually, as long as their home surroundings remain the same.  
  • Cataracts: As in humans, canine cataracts are characterized by cloudy spots on the eye lens that can grow gradually. Cataracts may develop at any age and often don’t damage vision, although some cases cause vision loss. A board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist certifies the breeding dogs after testing them free of hereditary eye disease before breeding. Usually, cataracts can be removed surgically with good results.  
  • Allergies: Pitbull Beagle mixes can be allergic to various substances, ranging from food to pollen. If your dog is licking his paws or rubbing his face a great deal, get him checked by your veterinarian. 
  • Cerebellar Ataxia: Cerebellar Ataxia is a condition common among Pitbulls, which may be passed on to the Pitbull Beagle pup. This disease causes damage to the part of your dog’s brain, which may include symptoms like:
  • Loss of coordination and balance
  • Tremors in the head and body
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Falling and weakness

Pitbull Beagle Mix Diet and Nutrition

The Pitbull Beagle mix breed is classified as a medium-to-large breed and requires substantial food every day. Your Beagle Pit will need approximately 3 cups of highly nutritious dog food when fully grown. However, that doesn’t mean they’ll want to eat it all up right away. These dogs are prone to being overweight, so feeding the right amounts of food is also suggested. In addition, Pitbull Beagle mixes can be picky about which food they prefer and for how long. As a result, you may find yourself swapping out kibble brands from time to time to find the right one for your pup.

Pitbull Beagle Mix Living Conditions

The Pitbull Beagle mixes can do well both in an apartment and houses with a backyard until they get the required amount of activity which keeps them happy and motivated. These dogs suffer from separation anxiety, so it would be better to accompany them as much as you can.

Things to Remember Before Breeding 

Crossing two pure breeds like Pitbull Terriers and Beagles can have a terrifying effect on the offspring. In addition, crossbreeding may pass on the health problems of the parents to their puppies. So, when crossing a Pitbull Terrier and a Beagle, check their parent’s lineage and health records from a responsible breeder to avoid ending up with a weak hybrid pet. 

Pitbull Beagle Mix Puppy Cost

On average, a Pitbull Beagle mix puppy may cost approximately around $500. This entirely depends on the sex of the puppy you chose, the location of the breeder, show-record of the parent dogs. 

Check for the puppy’s parents’ health clearances before buying, and also, it is suggested to visit the breeder’s place to view the puppy’s parents lively and estimate how your dog may look in the future.

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Other American Pitbull Terrier Mixes

  • The Labrador Retriever and PitBull mix (AKA the Labrabull or Pitador)
  • The Siberian Husky and Pitbull mix (AKA the Pitsky or Pusky Bull)
  • The German Shepherd and PitBull mix with the many names: German Pit / German PitBull / German Sheppit / Perman Bepherd / Pit Shepherd / Shepherd Pit
  • The Boxer and PitBull Mix (also known as the Boxbull or Bullboxer Pit)
  • The feisty Chihuahua and Pitbull mix (or the Pithuahua and Chipit)
  • The Rottweiler and PitBull mix ( AKA the Pitweiler)
  • The adorable Corgi and PitBull mix (known as the Corgi Pit or Porgi)
  • The Dachshund and PitBull mix (or know by their other many named: Doxie Pit, Dox-Bull, Dachshabull, or Pachbund)
  • The large Great Dane and PitBull mix (or the Great Danebull)
  • The Poodle and PitBull mix
  • The Beagle and Pitbull mix (AKA the Beagle Pit/Bugle/Beagle Bull)
  • The massive English Mastiff and Pitbull Mix (or the Mastibull)
  • The Cane Corso and PitBull mix (AKA the American Pit)
  • The American Bulldog and PitBull mix (or the Bully Pit)
  • The Golden Retriever and PitBull mix (also known as the Golden Bull/Golden Pit/Golden Pitbull)
  • The Blue Heeler and PitBull mix (AKA the Pit Heeler)
  • The Australian Shepherd and PitBull mix (AKA the Aussiebull)
  • The Rhodesian Ridgeback PitBull mix
  • The Shar Pei and PitBull mix (AKA the Sharpull)
  • The Pug PitBull Mix (also known as the Pug Pit/Pugit/Pugbull)
  • The French Bulldog and PitBull mix
  • The spotty Dalmatian and PitBull Mix (AKA the Pitmatian)
  • The Boston Terrier and PitBull mix (or the American Boston Bull Terrier and Boston Pit)
  • The Jack Russell Terrier Pit Bull mix
  • The Greyhound and PitBull mix (AKA the Greybull Pit)
  • The Whippet and PitBull mix (also known as the Pit Whip)
  • The English Bulldog and PitBull mix (or the English Pitbull)
  • The Weimaraner PitBull Mix
  • The Chow Chow and PitBull mix (also known as the Pit Chow/Bull Chow)
  • The Border Collie and PitBull mix (or the Borderbull, Border Collie Pit, Border Pit)
  • The Akita Inu and PitBull mix (AKA the Akita Pit or Pitkita)
  • The Mountain Cur and PitBull mix (or the Cur Pitbull Mix)
  • The German Shorthaired Pointer and PitBull mix (also known as the Pointerbull)
  • The Doberman Pinscher and PitBull mix (AKA the Doberman Pit and Doberpit)
  • The French Mastiff and Pitbull Terrier Mix (or the French Pitbull)
  • The St. Bernard and PitBull mix (also known as the Saint Bullnard and Saint Pitbull)
  • The Bull Mastiff and PitBull mix (AKA the Pit Bullmastiff and Bull Pistiff)
  • The Alaskan Malamute and PitBull mix (or the Alaskan Pit Bull) 
  • The Great Pyrenees and PitBull mix (AKA the Pyrenees Pit)
  • The Staffordshire Bull Terrier and PitBull Mix (or the Staffordshire Bull Terrier Pit Bull Mix)

Other Beagle Mixes

  • Puggle
  • Beabull
  • Boingle
  • Cheagle
  • Doxle
  • Bluetick Beagle
  • Boglen Terrier
  • Beaski
  • Beaglier
  • Beagi (Corgeagle)
  • Bagle Hound 
  • Boggle
  • Poogle (Beagapoo)
  • Beagle Shepherds
  • Jack-A-Bee (Jackabee)
  • Aussie Beagle
  • Border Beagle
  • Raggle
  • Bocker (Beakers, Beagle Spaniel)
  • Reagles
  • Beago
  • Meagle
  • Whippet Beagle
  • American Foxeagle
  • Beagleman
  • Glechon
  • Bea-Tzu
  • Pomeagle (Beagle Pom)
  • Frengle
  • Walker Beagle Mix
  • Baseagle
  • Schneagle
  • Schneagle
  • Great Beaglerenees
  • Italian Greagle
  • Sharp Eagle
  • Beaglemation
  • Borkie
  • Brittany Beagle
  • Malteagle
  • Shi-Beagle
  • Peagle
  • Beastiff

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