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Beagle-Harrier (Tricolor, Muzzle)
Tricolor, Muzzle

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Name Beagle-Harrier
Other names Beagle Harrier, French Beagle-Harrier
Origin France
Breed Group


Scenthound (UKC)

Size Medium
Type Purebred
Life span 12-14 years





Height 18-20 inches (45-50 cm)
Weight 42-46 pounds (19-21 kg)





Litter Size 4-6 puppies
Puppy Prices

Average $1500 - $2500 USD


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Hypoallergenic: No


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Beagle-Harrier Puppy (Tricolor, Sitting)
Tricolor, Sitting

Beagle-Harrier Names

Rank Boy Names Girl Names
01 Buddy Molly
02 Cody Lola
03 Jake Luna
04 Duke Ginger
05 Oliver Nala
06 Jax Ellie
07 Diesel Rosie
08 Ollie Lady
09 Louie Zoey
10 Zeus Roxy
100 Cute Puppy Names ›


The Beagle Harrier appears to be either a larger Beagle or a smaller Harrier. It is a medium-sized dog, between 45 and 50 centimeters (18 to 20 inches) tall at the withers, and it weighs between 19 and 21 kilograms (42 to 46 pounds). Its coat is usually tricolor, featuring the colors fawn, black, tan, or white. There are also grey-coated (tricolor) Beagle Harriers. The Beagle-Harrier's body is usually muscular and its coat smooth and thick.

The Beagle Harrier is generally good with children and other pets. They are loyal, have lots of determination and are calm and relaxed when at home, making them a good family pet. They are a hunting breed and so require a lot of exercise and space.


The Beagle-Harrier breed is old, with its origins unclear; they were initially bred to hunt rabbits and other small animals. They were popular in England since the early 14th century and were later imported into America in the mid-1800s to hunt rabbits. Beagle-Harriers were bred in France in the 19th century by Baron Gerard. The Beagle Harrier could be a mixture of the two breeds, the Beagle and the Harrier, or the midpoint in breeding between the two breeds. It was recognized by the FCI in 1974. The Beagle Harrier can now be quite rarely found in France and are even more rare in other countries.


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