Lemon Spotted Beagles

“Lemon and white Beagles (or any other Beagle color) generally do not have a “doggie” smell.

That is, unless they have rolled in something that doesn’t smell like perfume! My childhood farm dog, an adorable red and white Beagle named “Holly,” used to enjoy a good roll in horse manure, and I can tell you that it’s not a becoming smell (or color – picture red and white fur tinged green) for a dog!

Where can you find lemon-colored Beagle puppies?

There are a few Lemon Beagle breeders out there who specialize in either lemons only or various colors of Beagles.  hulls ozarks beagles

Lemon Beagles

Lemon Beagles are a unique color variety of a very popular dog breed.

They can be traced back hundreds, if not thousands of years. They have all of the joys (super sniffer) and pitfalls (cherry eye) of the Beagle breed.

Do you have a Lemon Beagle? Are you hoping to get one soon? Let us know in the comments below!

Beagle noses are powerful enough to detect pregnancy hormones, believe it or not!

You’ve heard of bomb-sniffing or even cancer-sniffing dogs, but did you know that some dogs have such powerful sniffers that they can detect pregnancy?

To find out more about this phenomenon, check out Elvis, the Beagle who helped a zoo determine if its polar bears were pregnant!

Some Beagles are even used as drug-sniffing dogs!

As if sniffing out rabbits and pregnancy hormones wasn’t enough, Beagles are also commonly used as drug-sniffing border patrol or airport security dogs…talk about a truly gifted sense of smell!

AND they were among the top 10 most popular dog breeds of 2017.

In fact, Beagles made number five on the list!

To see how other breeds stacked up against the noble Beagle, check out this article!

Beagles have been popular in the media for a long time.

These talented pooches aren’t only known for their hunting ability, but they’re also known for their media presence!

Here are a few famous Beagles that appeared on my favorite childhood movies and TV shows:

    Snoopy (the Peanuts)

    Odie (Garfield)



Beagles like to live amongst friends—they do not fare well in isolation.

You won’t be able to keep a Beagle (lemon-white or any other color) if you’ll have to leave him alone for more than a few hours each day. Beagles are hounds and therefore thrive in groups, so if you won’t be home with your Beagle, then it’s best that you get him another Beagle friend.”

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