The Bocker has the potential to possess a wide range of temperamental traits. While the Beagle Cocker Spaniel mix personality generally tends to be friendly, desirous of agility play and well-behaved around other dogs, there is always the chance that he may develop (or have in "hiding") the infamous Cocker Spaniel rage. That bad attitude may not present itself for a couple or three years, however, hence the "hiding."
Training will almost assuredly be a challenge. These extremely smart dogs tend to have the idea that they don't need you and they don't need to please you. This means you must be extra-patient as well as firm when feeding, training and exercising them, as these three things are all part of one big game — unless you plan to let your Bocker run wild in the streets, in the home or anywhere else. Early and consistent socialization must also be administered in tandem with the aforementioned activities.
Perhaps the one thing that will also be realize is that the Cocker Spaniel Beagle mix temperament includes a lot of sleeping. As these dogs prefer routine, they may strongly resist exercise, training and other activities if they interfere with or interrupts their sleep time. They usually make clear from early on when they prefer to sleep.