Beagle Harrier

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Life expectancy

The Beagle Harrier has a life expectancy of between 10 and 12 years




Adult size

Female Between 18 and 20 in
Male Between 18 and 20 in

Adult weight

Female Between 40 and 44 lb
Male Between 40 and 44 lb
Coat colour
Black White Brown Sand
Type of coat
Eye colour

Purchase price

The Beagle Harrier costs between £400 and £1

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More details about the Beagle Harrier

Beagle Harrier: Origins and history

The Beagle and the Harrier are ancient breeds. As individual breeds, both lineages date back to the Middle Ages. It is believed the Beagle-Harrier came about in the late 1800s when some of the French nobility demanded a hunting dog with the physique of the Harrier and the hunting ability of the Beagle. 

FCI classification of the Beagle Harrier

  • Group 6 - Scent hounds and related breeds

  • Section 1 : Scent hounds

Training a Beagle Harrier

Beagle-Harriers are notoriously difficult to train due to their having a short attention span. They are tempted back to class with treats but they will only endure so much tuition before slinking off again to chase scents. 

Beagle Harrier: Purchase price

Buying a purebred puppy could cost anywhere from £400 to £1,000. Cost of care will be £100 to £130 per month on average.

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