Just like you wouldn’t ask a six-month-old human baby to drive a car so should you not have the wrong expectations for your Beagle’s development as well. You may find that your Beagle pup is having a difficult time being housebroken. Perhaps the standard methods do not work so try something else but never use violence or fear. If you don’t spend time with behavioral issues when you Beagle pups are still pups then they become habits in adulthood and that is a bigger problem.
The history of the Beagle dog is a long and somewhat fuzzy one. No one seems to know for sure the exact origin of this breed, but information seems to lead to the fact that Beagles came from the Talbot Hound, a breed that is now extinct. By the early part of the second century, Beagles were brought from France to England, and the primary purpose of this dog was for hunting rabbits.
There are plenty of dogs you can choose as family pets but if you are currently in the market for a new addition to your family why not consider a Beagle dog? Beagles generally tend to make good family pets because of their friendly, playful nature that works well with adults and children alike. Beagles are intelligent creatures, but like most dogs from the hound family, they also tend to run on the stubborn side.
Getting your next Beagle puppy (or even a dog) from a Beagle breeder is a lot more expensive than going to a pet store, but you get a lot more for your money. Not only that, you are assured that your puppy was not bred in inhumane conditions at a puppy mill. Most pet stores and online sites in America that sell and ship puppies get their puppies from these barbaric puppy mills, where dogs are treated worse than battery hens.