Height: 12-16 ins
Weight: 30-60 lbs
Color: Solid, Merle, Brindle, Speckled, Bi & Tri Color: white, golde, brown, black
Origin: United States
Lifespan: 10-13 years
Temperament: Calm, friendly, loyal, playful, loving, independant
Original Use: Companionship
The Bugle, more affectionately known as the Beabull is a designer breed whose parents are the English Bulldog and the Beagle. You may come across different sizes of the breed referred to as “mini” or “toy”, which are the result of breeding a teacup English Bulldog or a pocket Beagle, but they’re generally a smaller breed overall.
The adorable Bugle is a versatile pup, and can adapt to apartment life as well as a home with a backyard. They will bond equally with a single owner as with an entire family. The Bugle will play well with children, however as pups they can be a bit rough and mouthy, so they should be supervised when around small children.
Bugles have a medium amount of energy that usually comes in bursts. They require a moderate amount of daily exercise, and will be more than happy to laze around the house with you all day. While usually calm, docile dogs, the Bugle is known to howl and bark frequently like its Beagle parent. It also has the English Bulldog’s independent streak, and can be a bit stubborn, so training must be firm and consistent.
The Bugle makes an excellent companion and family dog, however, they should be socialized early on to ensure that they get along with other dogs and family pets. Like most companion breeds, the Bugle does not like to be left alone for long periods of time.