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Beagles are welcome to be part of our registry, and the process to include them is quick and easy.

Beagles are canines that fit into the hound group, known for their curious and friendly temperaments. Most are between 13 and 15 inches in size, weighing under 30 pounds. The life expectancy is around 10 to 15 years. Originally, beagles were bred as hunting dogs and loving companions, but they are also ideal family dogs because they tend to be more easygoing than other breeds, particularly with younger children. The breed is often split into two main categories: Under 13 inches at the shoulder and between 13 and 15 inches.

Beagles in Tennessee

When you look at beagles, you may notice their unique colors and markings. Most have large hazel or brown eyes, which can give off a pleading look, with long ears and a broad head. The color patterns often include tri-color, red and white, and lemon. Many beagles are highly energetic, which helps make them good for hunting and other sporting events.

At the National Kennel Club, we work with the owners of these and other purebred dogs to maintain a registry and host competitions. If you’re in the state of Tennessee, we invite you to contact us to include your purebred beagle on our registry and maintain records. You can also sign your canine companion up to participate in shows, hunts, and other activities that may sound appealing.

Beagles are welcome to be part of our registry, and the process to include them is quick and easy. Reach out for more information about our mission and how we support dog owners.


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