The Beagle, which looks like a small foxhound, is a reliable hunting dog with a pleasant personality. The Beagle has become one of the most popular dogs according to recent statistics in the United States and has been made famous by the incredibly popular "Snoopy" from the comic strip "Peanuts". Beagles today are generally found to be 13" and 15" tall, and colored either red, white and lemon, or tri-colored.

The term Beagle was derived from the French term "be'geule" referring to the voice of the hounds as the pursued game in the 1500's. At the time, the English used packs of hounds to hunt; large hounds tracked deer, while smaller ones like the Beagle hunted rabbits.


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