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Beabull – Q&A

January 19, 2019
Bea-Bull Puppies

The Beabull is one of the most-loved dog breeds. Although this breed has been around for a long while now, most people are not aware that they originated in the US. They are also known to bark on occasion and will sometimes surprise you by howling like a Beagle.

Something else that is unknown to many people is the fact that this dog is not very good as a watchdog, even though he is not incapable of protecting you. This post will help you discover some more facts about this amazing breed.

What is a Beabull dog?

He is described as a designer dog that results from the crossbreed of a Beagle with an English Bulldog. “Designer dogs” are those that are not naturally purebred.  That means that each time they are bred, the new born pup will have unique characteristics that differ from previous pups. 

What does a Beabull look like?

His looks will depend on the genes of the parent breeds. You may get a pup that takes the exact features of a Beagle, while another one could possibly look like the Bulldog. However, generally, this dog is stocky with a short tail and legs. The Beagle in him will be the reason behind his ears that look like a flap. They could have wrinkles like the parent bulldog, but they also have a short coat which can really shed.

How big will a Beabull get?

In most cases, the general size of a full-grown Beabull ranges between 12 and 16 inches in height and between 30 and 50 pounds in weight. They need a lot of exercise because their bodies can become obese very easily. 

What is the life expectancy of a Beabull?

All other factors held constant, a Beabull can live for 10 to 13 years.

Can Beabulls swim?

In some cases, they may not be able to swim comfortably because they have short legs. In fact they may actually struggle. Additionally, the Bulldog facial structure can contribute to the breed’s inability to breathe well, so they need moderated exercises and in case of swimming, only under supervision.


If you have more questions, My Next Puppy will be glad to answer them. Call us on (703) 844-9796 for more information on this and other breeds that may interest you.