The Beagle is a breed of medium-sized Hound dog. It is a hardy, sturdy squarely-built, small dog. Sometimes looks like the a puppy of some other breed, resembling English foxhound. In urban developments, the Beagles can become acclimated. But they require substantial outdoor activity for the "beagle lifestyle".
Beagles eager to romp and play with children, toys, or other dogs. Infact, this breed need companionship more than most other breeds. Indeed, a Beagle left to his own devices will be noisy, destructive, or both. The Beagle's compact body is longer than tall. It also has a well built physique. Their noses guide them through life, and beagles are never happier than when following an interesting scent.
Reverend Phillip Honeywood established a Beagle pack in Essex in the 1830s and it is believed that this pack formed the basis for the modern Beagle breed.