The Peagle is a hybrid dog. His parent breeds are the Pekingese and the Beagle. This adorable little guy is a sweet, affectionate dog whose popularity has soared recently. He is friendly and smart. He loves his family, even small children. In fact, he loves most people and is considered quite social. He gets along with other pets (including cats). He can live in an apartment or a home with a fenced-in yard. He is incredibly loyal to his family, and one should keep in mind that he can be a rather curious little dog. He does not require much in the way of maintenance.
The Peagle is an adorable little dog. He generally weighs between thirteen and eighteen pounds, and is a little over one foot tall at the shoulder when he reaches maturity. He is generally a cream or tan-colored dog; however, his actual coat color will depend on the dominant parent breed. He may have short hair like the Beagle parent breed, or he may have long, silky hair like the Pekingese parent breed. Some Peagles are brachycephalic, and he may have a short nose. This will give him a "smushed-face" look. He will have long, floppy ears. His tail is likely to be long, and may curl at the end. Depending on the dominant parent breed, he may have feathering on his ears and tail.
The Peagle is a sweet, playful dog. He is also highly affectionate. He may be very inquisitive, but he is also confident and friendly. He is good with children of all ages, and he is highly protective of his family as well. Expect the Peagle to be very social, both with other animals and with people he may or may not know. He is good with all types of pets, especially if he is allowed to socialize with them from an early age. When training - which is fairly easy with the Peagle - one should use positive reinforcement to reward behavior rather than punishing him for unacceptable actions. Consistency is key in training a Peagle. He wants more than anything to please his owners. He also loves to entertain anyone around him. Overall, the Peagle is a sweet and funny little dog who promises to give his family years of entertainment and affection