Some Beagle Care
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Your beagle care is going to differ a lot from that of other breeds because the breed requires some specialized attention.

To start with, let's look at some of the common Beagle Traits. Beagles are short; mediums sized, and have close cropped hair that doesn't shed very much. As such, they make great dogs to keep inside the house. They're generally very well tempered, but if you keep them inside too long you're going to have a little tornado of fur and energy on your hands.

That's right, beagles have tremendous amounts of energy, and that's one of the first things you need to think about when planning your beagle care. Think about it – Hunting Beagles have been used for centuries as hunting dogs in both England and North America.

The reason they are so popular for this is precisely because of all that energy they're carrying around. Hunters needed a dog that could stay on the trail for hours at a time without tiring out. Couple that with an acute sense of smell and you have the Beagle Dogs – the perfect hunting dog.

Beagles need to be given Regular Exercise for at least 30 minutes twice a day, and that's pushing the lower limit of what they need. Ideally, you should have a doggy door that leads to an enclosed yard so that your beagle can go out and play anytime he wants.

Dog Food should be a priority too, along with a comprehensive Dog First Aid Kit. Because of their high levels of energy, beagles need the proper sustenance and nutrition to refuel themselves.

Make sure that you choose the Best Dog Food of high quality with all of the proper vitamins and minerals. A lot of the lower quality dog foods have potentially harmful additives that can make your dog sick.

Even though beagles don't usually have very many Dog Diseases throughout their lifetimes, giving them poor nutrition will contribute to any that do come along.

For Daily Dog Grooming purposes, beagle care couldn't be any easier. These dogs have a short, sleek coat that is extremely easy to keep in line.

You should use a brush with firm bristles, and when you bathe your beagle just use a mild soap or none at all. They aren't naturally greasy or dirty, although if they are it's usually related to diet more than anything else. As a final note on Beagle Health and grooming, check inside and around Your Dogs Ears every week so that you can spot ear infections quickly before they have a chance to really take hold. Ear infections are a very common ailment for dogs because they don't have the ability to scratch in that location.

As you can see, beagle care is extremely easy. The most important thing that you need to take away with you is that exercise should be part of a daily routine.

Never let your beagle go a full day without exercising because he'll end up taking it out on your house!


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