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Miniature Beagles for Adoption

Miniature beagle on the grass

Miniature beagle on the grass

Miniature Beagles

Miniature Beagle (also known as "Pocket Beagle"), is a smaller version of the Standard Beagle. The Miniature Beagles originated in England. Used as a hunting dogs, they could travel under bushes and were used to hunt small animals such as rabbits. The name "Pocket Beagle" originated because hunters would carry the dogs in their saddle bags. It is said that these original small-sized Beagles were bred in 1300's and 1400's, then became extinct. However, miniature beagles have been recreated and are now being bred once again. While it is possible to buy this small dog puppy for under $150, it is better to choose a miniature beagle for adoption thus saving money and offering one more dog a forever home. You can check B.O.N.E.S. website for information about dogs available for adoption, and rules to comply with. The Miniature Beagle is a gentle and curious dog that loves everyone. They are sociable, intelligent, trainable, calm and loving. Excellent with children. The Miniature Beagle has a loud, baying cry that was a delight to hunting horsemen, but can be disturbing to family and neighbours.



Nose is the most important part of the beagle. He is a scenthound and usually runs miles with the head down to the ground, searching for an interesting trail to follow.

These little hounds have about 220 million scent receptors, while people live with just 5 million. This huge number makes beagles very good at picking up scents. To keep them fit and active you should allow beagles at least an hour of exercise every day. Beagles love to play and sniff out everything around them while walking.

This breed makes perfect watchdogs, but it can't guard the house due to its friendly nature. However, thanks to excellent sense of smell and very sensitive ears miniature beagles can identify a sound's location much faster than a human can. Additionally, they are able to recognize the sounds up to 4 times the distance that humans can distinguish. So your beagle is a wonderful 'sound and smell detector' ;-)

Pet obedience training is recommended for beagles, much better if the training is given while it is still puppy. Training should not encounter any major complications as beagles are intelligent and quickly soak up the expectations of the owner. 

FAQ on Miniature Beagles

1. Do miniature beagles smell?

Of course they do, but only if they are dirty. If you brush the miniature beagle once a week and feed him nutritious food, you should have any problem with the smell. Sometimes a beagle can develop an offensive odour if anal glands need expressing.

2. Do beagles shed?

Yes, beagles shed quite a bit. However, when properly cared for, even people with allergies can do quite well with a beagle in the home. A good brushing is usually sufficient to keep your beagle's coat clean, healthy and non-smelling. They should be brushed once or twice a week to remove all the dead hair and keep their coats healthy.

3. How much does a pocket beagle cost?

It depends on whether you intend to buy a "pet-quality" or "show-quality" dog, the latter being higher priced because of strict standards. In pounds and rescues you can buy a beagle for $100-$200, but there are miniature beagles available for adoption because some people no longer want to keep dogs.

4. Can I keep my miniature beagle from running away?

Essentially no. The thing is that beagles are hound dogs and their insincts make them chase anything they smell with their nostrils. Certainly you can train your beagle to come to you when called, but generally beagles should be kept in fenced yards.

5. What about "invisible fences"? Are they effective?

There's no definite answer to this question. For some beagles, invisible fences work OK, others consider it a "schock" only for a certain time. After a couple of successful attempts to cross the invisible border, dogs get to the idea of temporary inconvenience, and from that point they can go back and forth paying little attention to invisible fences.

6. What colors do pocket beagles come in?

In short, quite various. Beagles colors include all shades and combinations of black, white/cream, brown, grey, tan, etc.

7. How long do beagles live?

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On average, a beagle will live 12 to 15 years.

8. How big do mini beagles get?

The AKC recognizes two standard beagle sizes, the 13" and the 15". Those under 13'' can be considered as "mini" or "pocket", but this is not a separate type of beagles according to AKC standards. Mini beagles can vary in weight from 20 to 35 pounds. However, owners should keep in mind that obesity is not uncommon among beagles. Too much fat in food, little or no exercises can result in excessive weight.

9. Should I take my miniature beagle to obedience class?

Definitely recommended. Training will allow your dog to recognize you as his or her Boss, while will have a chance to get to know your pet better. You should start training as soon as possible, even if the pup is just several months old. Even at this age he can learn basic commands like sit and come.

10. What do pocket beagles look like?

There are pictures of pocket beagles above and below this FAQ.

Pocket beagle in the field

Pocket beagle in the field

Notable Owners of Pocket Beagles

Pocket beagles were much in favor with the Royal Family. Edward II and Henry VIII adored small beagles which were so tiny that were called "glove beagles" because they were small enough to fit in the gauntlet. Those beagles were short-legged and had somewhat pointy noses. Queen Elizabeth I loved little dogs. However, nowadays such "pocket beagles" are no longer bred. Sometimes unethic sellers use the term "pocket" to refer to ill dogs with poor, improper feeding with little nutrition to support health.

Additional resources about miniature beagles for adoption

If you're looking for miniature beagles for adoption and need detailed information about rescues and pounds in your area, this list of websites can be of help to you:

  1. Brew Beagles - Beagle Rescue, Education and Welfare.
  2. Dogpage - Beagle Dog and Puppy Central.
  3. Jazzin Around Rescue - Adopting.
  4. Petfinder - homeless beagles puppies up for adoption in California and other states.
a Beagle puppy with pleading eyes

a Beagle puppy with pleading eyes

Is Miniature Beagle a Real Breed?

The American Kennel Club (AKC) does not recognize miniature beagles as a breed. The term itself is rather a marketing gimmick developed by sellers and breeders to attract potential buyers that think of smaller dogs. There is an over thirteen inches high class and a less than thirteen inches high class.

Beagles, including 'miniature' Beagles, are usually very good with children. They're popular as family dogs because of this reason. Highly trainable, they need attention on your part, so be prepared to spend some time with them walking and exercising.

Stay Away from Puppy Mills

Miniature beagles are popular among fashionable crowd that chases to get small dogs like Paris Hilton does. The demand for beagle puppies is the reason why dishonest breeders began producing these sweet little dogs en masse. They sell puppies online, but even pet stores sometimes are duped into buying beagles of a shady origin.

Puppy farms breed miniature beagles in cramped conditions, in overcrowded cages, with little or no veterinary care. Insufficient nutrition and exercise, lack of human attention, inherited genetic diseases make beagle puppies suffer from diseases from the very first day of their lives.

Buying a puppy from such farms not only entails an array of problem for the new owner of a poor dog, but also serves the main purpose of dishonest greedy breeders: getting profit. When they're unable to sell, they will quit this illegal business.

Beagles rescued from a puppy mill in Arizona

Newborn Beagle Puppies for Sale

Ads of this type literally abound. All kinds of scammers, dishonest sellers are after "quick bucks" and know well how to attract attention of pet lovers.

But in case with newborn beagle puppies pitfalls are everywhere. There's however a good chance to avoid being fooled if you remember this:

Quality beagle breeders generally do not seek for buyers because buyers come on their own.

It is a time-consuming process that needs a lot of professionalism, knowledge, experience and dedication to breed healthy beagles. Every female and male beagle have to undergo a series of medical tests and examinations to ensure a healthy litter of puppies can be produced. Newly born puppies are kept in comfortable conditions where they get professional veterinary care and balanced nutrition. 


Rhonda Lavanceau on May 29, 2020:


Im looking for a beagle puppy for my grandson.Hope to find one so they can enjoy the summer together and become best friends.

Thank you so much

Sharon Allard on April 24, 2020:

Have been looking for a pocket beagle since December. Live in Gulf Shores, AL

Magda koukios on March 12, 2020:

i lost my baby a year ago was a beadle the sweetest dog ever I would love to adopt a beagle I live in Chicago is it possible to get one or 2 ? and how? as soon as possible I can't wait to pit him in my arms and thank you GOD Bless you all

Suzanne Brito they are so adorable on February 26, 2020:

We want a pocket beagle

Nancy on February 21, 2020:

Do you have any bull dog breeds in Michigan that need a home????

Lindsay Anne Smith on February 16, 2020:

Looking for a pocket beagle

GLenn & Debbie Kanode on January 10, 2020:

We are looking for a small pocket beagle, possibly two,


The Kanode’s

Nicole sheahan on June 03, 2019:

My family is looking to adopt or buy a pocket beagle please message me if you have one

Suzyn Coleman on May 05, 2019:

Me want a Beagle!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Barbara Sweeney on April 12, 2019:

Looking for miniature beagle Love the breed but not equipped for large beagle Can you help me?

Danielle Baiza on March 31, 2019:

I am looking to adopt or buy a pocket beagle, I’ve had a beagle before and absolutely love the breed. Do you have any pocket beagles for adoption or to buy. Thank you Danielle

Oscar on March 01, 2019:

i am looking to adopt a beagle for help in my wellness practice i am a chiropractor of 32 years in practice and i am wanting incorporate a female pocket beagle to help put my patients as ease

Dronda on June 16, 2018:

I would Love to have a female pocket Beagle, My husband use to be a beagle breeder. I love that breed of dog.

gloria decker on May 07, 2017:

Just lost my beloved beagle. Desperately want another female pocket beagle pup.

ezbot1909 on May 20, 2016:

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Larry Wall on April 23, 2015:

Anyone selling pocket beagles or miniature beagles is misleading the public. Some beagle pups will not grow to full size. They should not be used for breeding purposes. I have no credentials, except I own two beagles (had three but one had to be put down because of a back injury) My smaller beagle is slightly under 13 inches. She is not a miniature. My other beagle hit 13 inches on the mark. Both cam from animal shelters. You cannot tell by looking at a puppy how big it is going to be. If you want a beagle, and they are great dogs, do not be mislead that it is going to be a pocket beagle. Beagles have won the Westminister Dog Show two times, Uno and Miss P. They were both 15 inch beagles. If you want an affectionate, loyal and playful dog, make sure your yard is fenced and get a beagle--two are better, they become good friends and play well together to get the exercise they need.

Weng on June 27, 2014:

Very interesting site. I wish we have beagle for adoption here in my country. My beagle has pleading eyes,very sweet,lovable,stays besides me all the time and her eyes watches wherever I goes. I am still crying for her as she passed away last feb 21.

Liz porter on November 03, 2012:

Where can I adopt a miniature pocket beagle?

Larry Wall on September 25, 2012:

I own three Beagles and I appreciate you clearing up the confusion and misconceptions about miniature Beagles. We have a person at a local flea market selling small Beagle pups, claiming the miniature is recognize by the AKC and having the papers to back up the origin of the miniature. I usually end up in an argument with her. All of my Beagles are 13 inches, but one is smaller than the other two but she is no miniature.

katelyn434 on April 29, 2012:

i realllyyy want a baby beagle

Eiddwen from Wales on February 29, 2012:

Such a lovely hub on the Beagles;a breed which is so close to my heart..

Enjoy your day.


charlemont (author) from Lithuania on February 12, 2012:

I don't sell dogs. All images are for illustrative purposes only.

lillian on February 09, 2012:

do you still have the dog that says beagle with pleading eyes?

wonderingwoolley from Madison, WI on February 06, 2012:

Oh my goodness. This hub is super informative, but I admit I was distracted by all the adorable pictures in your hub. SO cute! I live in an apartment, so no puppies for me just yet, but this is a great article that I voted up because I might just have to adopt one of these cutie pies!!

andrea on February 05, 2012:

do you have many moreb eagles you have any more beagles for sale how much are they we need a puppy what time will you be able to answer my new motto my number my new number is 720 270 4910 call us as soon ps tomorrow I'm his name is my mom is name is jo we will pay you 150 have puppies

Freya on January 17, 2012:

I need to get one but were can I get one? May someone please tell me?


Sam Showers on November 07, 2011:

I have a fat mini. beagle that needs a good home with an elderly person that likes to just sit around and pet a lazy dog. If anyone knows someone like that please call 972-880-2819.

Francisco on October 18, 2011:

People like you are what's wrong with purebred breeding nowadays. While you vapid, obtuse, troglodites muse at how "cute" these "miniature" beagles are; you are also promoting poor breeding practices. "Miniature" beagles suffer from a condition known as dwarfism. By continually buying these pocket sized beagles, you are in turn promoting a genetic disorder among the breed. I am a TRUE beagle owner of a 15" beagle. People like you are a waste of skin and oxygen.

Dinesh on October 02, 2011:

i need to adopt a beagle in banglore..where can i adopt.please some one reply me..

gerald on September 19, 2011:

im looking for a puppy beagle 1-3 months

nicola on September 13, 2011:

i am really wanting to adopt a pocket beagle but cant seem to find any in fife. do you nowhere i could get one



Naomi's Banner from United States on August 08, 2011:

So absolutely cute. I love dogs and beagles are no exception. This really is maddening that people with so little responsibility or love for the life of these dogs do this. I hope these all found the homes they deserved.

jerrycorinadam from United State on February 21, 2011:

The article is very useful for animal lovers. The ideas used here are quite smart and interesting.

Silver Poet from the computer of a midwestern American writer on February 01, 2011:

So cute! I didn't know they had existed in 1300 to 1400. One thing that saddens me is that irresponsible breeding has led to a string of hereditary epilepsy in beagles.

Bruce on January 10, 2011:

Thank you for sharing the pictures. I love Beagles I own 2 standerd Beagles. One from missouri and a English. They so loveable. They bring so much joy to my families lives.

Neha on December 06, 2010:

Ok.. Thanks so much Charlemont :)

charlemont (author) from Lithuania on December 04, 2010:

Neha, can you get in touch with beagle breeders in India? Perhaps they will provide you with all necessary information.

I'm sorry I can't advise you on importing a puppy from the United States because I have no idea about their export laws etc.

Neha on December 03, 2010:

Thank you Charlemont for replying. The pocket beagle

Is not available in India. I have searched the net- US seems to

Be the only country where these are bred. There are

Breeders in india who have got pedigree beagle dogs from abroad.

So I think the shipping is possible, albeit a little difficult.

But I am desperate to adopt a pocket beagle pup & having it imported

From US seems to be the only way out..i don't know how but I am hopeful.

I have a cousin in Pittsburg. She could probably get one & export it to me..

Any help from you will be highly appreciated.

Thanks a ton.

charlemont (author) from Lithuania on December 02, 2010:

Neha, I doubt you can have an animal shipped to you from abroad. Think it's better to search for a beagle in India or in adjacent countries.

Neha on December 02, 2010:


I would like to adopt a pocket beagle pup. I am based in India. Where can i find one? Is there any way i can have one shipped here?

Thank you

Eiddwen from Wales on November 27, 2010:

I loved this hub and thank you so much for sharing.

When I was little I had a beagle and called her Lassie. She was my best friend ever and I have never forgotten her. Therefore as soon as I see any articles on these goreous dogs I have to read it.

Beautiful photos here as well.

I now look forward to reading more of your work and take care.

ray on November 10, 2010:

As a kid we had several breeds of dogs around the place. Dad was a hunter an also loved them. Tom & Jerry were our two Beagles, very difficult to keep them confined.. We eventually lost both of them out in the country where we lived.

beagleluvr on May 12, 2010:

I want to get a pocket beagle sooooo bad but now i just have to talk my dad into it.

Liou on April 10, 2010:

I have a mini myself, he needs lots of love... and he loves to cuddle and rest his head on your shoulder when we sleep at night. Very friendly and loves everyone! However he did cost half a grand.

Beth Morey from Montana on March 23, 2010:

I didn't know pocket beagles even existed! I love my chihuahua, which is (obviously) another small dog.

jessica on December 28, 2009:

i love beagles were going 2 get one bye

Pocketbeagle09 on December 27, 2009:

I recently bought a pocket beagle!! He is adorable and is really smart. Ive had him for a week today and already he is understanding commands. Yes they do "howl" like normal size beagles but it sounds much more like the cry of a baby I LOVE him

katrinayee on November 22, 2009:

those beagles are sooo cute. i wish i could take them all home!:)

packers_extreme on August 28, 2009:

I feel sorry for those dogs that were rescued...but thank God they rescued them or they might have all died. I love beagles!

Crazdwriter on August 03, 2009:

OMG they are so cute. I love beagels but the minature ones...they are TOO cute. Great hub! I loved reading about them.

stuart747 from Colchester, Essex, UK on July 20, 2009:

they are so cute

brisana on July 20, 2009:

i love beagles and liked how u explained their good side like they r loving and their bad side like they might have an annoying yelp+ love the video!

Beth100 from Canada on July 15, 2009:

I've owned beagles before, but they weren't as cute as the photos you posted! lol but, they were excellent companions and pets.

Vanessa on May 25, 2009:


We adopted our gorgeous purebred lemon beagle 18 months ago as he was unwanted by his previous owners, he was only 8 months old at the time and we paid nothing for him up front. We are now searching for another Beagle to join our "little guy" but are finding it hard to find one without paying a lot. We are a military family so obviously don't have a huge income but we love our pets dearly. Any idea where I might be able to find either type of Beagle (standard or pocket) to adopt for minimal cost? Our boy needs a playmate!!!!


charlemont (author) from Lithuania on May 11, 2009:

Camping Dan, sure they do! Beagles are beagles no matter what their size ;-)

Camping Dan on May 11, 2009:

I did not realize that there was a smaller beagle! These are adorable. I assume they still have the tendency to bark alot like a regular beagle?

eaasi3574 on May 05, 2009:

Thanks for sharing all this information.

romoliarnie from Italy on April 20, 2009:

I have many friends who are Beagle Lovers, but I have never heard of the miniature before. They are awesome, I will feature them in my next breed review..."adopt not shop"

Apeksha Waychal from India. on April 19, 2009:

cute dogs.....informatical hub....

febriedethan from Indonesia on April 08, 2009:

What a cute little baby :) I love your hub

Whikat on March 31, 2009:

These mini's are so precious! I have a mini-ratty (rat terrier). I am so happy with mini's they are not only adorable but they are so much fun.

AshleyVictoria from Los Angeles on March 24, 2009:

Wow, adorable! I had no idea there was such a thing as "mini" beagles. Great hub, thanks!

Proud Mom from USA on March 06, 2009:

now isn't that the most precious dog you ever saw??? I've never heard of this breed. My brother just had to put his 14 year old beagle to sleep. He'd love to see these!!

jenica036 on March 06, 2009:


i love it

Jessica on February 16, 2009:

these beagles are very cute i have one also

Christine Mulberry on February 14, 2009:

I've always loved Beagles they are so energetic and loving. I guess the pocket Beagles would be as prone to barking though. I don't think my hubby could handle that :(

Scott757200 from Somewhere New Everyday! on February 02, 2009:

I wish I could have a dog again! That last pic is the best!

FLbeaglegal on January 25, 2009:

Wonderful and informative website. I just bought a miniature beagle from a private person who just had too many dogs and wanted to re-home her. She is beautiful. Al the markings and conformation of a regular sized Beagle, just in a small package. I never knew they existed until I saw your website.

ruel on January 25, 2009:

I am looking for mini beagles either to adopt or purchase.

Moe_on_RayStreet on January 21, 2009:

Excellent Hub! I am an owner of two beagles Maddy and Moe, Moe we bought from a breeder, Maddy was rescued. I've never had any other breed, I love 'em! Great pictures! UGH they're so cute!

charlemont (author) from Lithuania on January 17, 2009:

A quick note to visitors of this hub: I am NOT selling puppies. I only intended to provide information about places where you can adopt a healthy beagle instead of buying one.

katyzzz from Sydney, Australia on December 27, 2008:

What wonderful little creatures these are, how could anyone NOT love them I know people who would not have any other breed. This hub is just so full of useful information apart from being very appealing.

denisewrtr37 from Philadelphia on December 23, 2008:

What a wonderful blog! The dogs are so cute!

Dee blogging it up!

J_Eds from Blackpool on December 19, 2008:

Oh how precious are these little guys!? I never knew they existed before this!

helenathegreat on December 16, 2008:

I originally came to this hub with the intention of posting something angrily about the trend of "pocket" beagles and how it encourages puppy mills to breed them, but you've done an excellent job of covering the whole issue! As long as you are careful to get healthy dogs (since usually to get smaller ones, bad breeders will just breed runts together for a few generations) from good sources (like the rescues you posted), you're in the clear. Great hub!!

christine almaraz from colorado springs on December 16, 2008:

They are so cute. good hub.

charlemont (author) from Lithuania on December 16, 2008:


depending on where you go to ask for a beagle, it may cost you up to nothing. Volunteers pay money to shelter poor puppies so they'd be happy to place one in your home.

uganda-safari on December 16, 2008:

How much does it cost to adopt or support the conservation efforts? Am deeply interested.

nubian344 on December 15, 2008:

I'm a dog lover also. Great looking dogs.

relica from California on December 15, 2008:

I love this dogs! I really want one!

jennrose from Texas on December 13, 2008:

Wow, I don't think I've ever heard anything about miniature beagles before. Very interesting. Also, the photos are extremely cute!

Rebecca Graf from Wisconsin on December 11, 2008:

They are so cute. I had never heard of them.

kb on December 10, 2008:

Those are some adorable pictures!

BeatsMe on December 09, 2008:

I was expecting Snoopy in this hub. But these beagles are really cute especially the first and the last pictures. :)

Dottie1 from MA, USA on December 07, 2008:

How adorable is the mini beagle! I adore beagles. My father raised them for hunting and we always had a few in the house for pets too. Brings back memories of my Goldie, Billy, Skippy, and Sylvana! Thanks:)

Whitney from Georgia on December 06, 2008:

I was actually talking to a coworker yesterday about how she wants a pocket beagle. She has two standards right now, but one day wants a pocket one. This is very interesting. I find beagles great dogs.

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