Beagleman Dog Breed

  • Other names:
  • Dobeagle

The Beagleman, also known as the Dobeagle, is a mixed breed that is part Beagle, part Doberman Pinscher. Due to its lively and protective nature, this breed makes an excellent family pet, especially for kids. Though it may have a mind of its own, a Beagleman will be loyal and affectionate to its owners, and will make an excellent watchdog.

Beagleman Breed Details

Breed Specs
Hybrid10-12 yrs.16-22 in.40-55 lbs
  • Friendliness
  • Overall
  • Family Friendly
  • Kid Friendly
  • Pet Friendly
  • Stranger Friendly
  • Maintenance
  • Easy to Groom
  • Energy Level
  • Exercise Needs
  • General Health
  • Shedding Amount
  • Behavior
  • Barks / Howls
  • Easy to Train
  • Guard Dog
  • Playfulness
  • Watch Dog
  • Ownership
  • Apartment Friendly
  • Can Be Alone
  • Good for Busy Owners
  • Good for Novice Owners
  • Intelligence
* The more green the stronger the trait.

Below are the details and specs for the Beagleman dog breed.

Beagleman Breed Description

A medium-sized breed; height is 16-22 inches at the shoulders, and weight is 40-55 pounds.

Beaglemans are spirited, protective, and at times stubborn. They are playful with children and other pets (especially the family cat!), and have great watchdog abilities, but can be difficult to train.

These are low-maintenance dogs. Little grooming will be needed.

Beagleman Breed History

Though no historical information is available about the origin of this mixed breed, the Beagleman is recognized by clubs including the American Canine Hybrid Club, the Dog Registry of America, and the Designer Dogs Kennel Club.

Beagleman Appearance

A Beagleman's coat is short-haired and smooth. Its length is a bit greater than its height; the head is wedge-shaped, the eyes exist in varying shades of brown, and the ears are triangular and floppy. The chest is broad, the legs are medium-length and straight, and the sabre-like tail is of medium length.

Beagleman Coloring

This breed's coat is black or chocolate, and is often tri-colored (black and brown with patches of white).

Beagleman Size

Beaglemans are a medium-sized breed. Weight is 40-55 pounds; height, 16-22 inches at the shoulders.

Average Adult Height

16-22 in
*Height is measured in inches from the front paws to the top of the shoulder while the dog is standing on all four legs.

Average Adult Weight

40-55 lbs

Beagleman Temperament

Intelligent, loyal, playful, and protective, the Beagleman is friendly and affectionate like its Beagle ancestor, and usually possesses the same guard dog skills as the Doberman. These lively dogs make excellent family pets, and love nothing more than vigorous yard-play with the kids.

This breed is sometimes known for its stubbornness, and thus may be difficult to train; some Beaglemans may be a bit aggressive, but only when the situation warrants it. Beaglemans are also known to excel in agility trials.

Beagleman and Children

Beaglemans get along very well with kids of any age.

Beagleman and Other Pets

This breed gets along well with other animals, though it is known to chase cats.

Beagleman and Strangers

These dogs are fairly suspicious of strange people.

Beagleman Maintenance

Beaglemans are a fairly low-maintenance breed. Not much training is needed, though any may be difficult; little grooming is necessary; plenty of exercise is required.

Grooming Requirements

This breed sheds minimally. Brushing is needed only occasionally (every 2-3 weeks); baths only when necessary (every 2-3 months should be plenty).

Exercise Requirements

As playful, energetic animals, Beaglemans need plenty of exercise. Outdoor activities like Frisbee or fetch are great, as is a long daily walk.

Living Requirements

A Beagleman is suited for any living situation, provided the dog gets enough exercise.

Temperature Range

This breed prefers warmer climates.

Beagleman Health

Life expectancy is 10-12 years. No significant health issues are known.

Beagleman Breed Recognition

The following dog breed registries and organizations recognize the Beagleman as a dog breed:

  • American Canine Hybrid Club
  • Designer Dogs Kennel Club
  • Dog Registry of America Inc.
  • International Designer Canine Registry