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3 Little-Known Facts About Lemon Beagles

1. The Lemon Coloration is a recognized variant. While there are breeds with color variations that are not considered breed standards, the white and lemon coloration of the Lemon Beagle is. That means that these cute and rare Beagles are allowed in the show ring, but that they’re not poorly bred to “make” this color. This…
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Why We Love Lemon Beagles

This lovable dog is renowned for their friendly, happy, gentle and well-natured character. They use howling as a form of communication. Keeping and caring for a Lemon Beagle is a very easy task. They don’t require much grooming or exercise and make great family dogs when socialized correctly. They are very rare as the lemon…
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Your Beagle Puppy: Everything You Need To Know

Your Beagle Puppy: Everything You Need To Know If a beagle puppy is at the top of your wish list when it comes to getting a dog you are in good company. The Beagle is one of America’s most popular dog breeds and the reputation of this playful, inquisitive, friendly, hound is untarnished. From Snoopy…
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Lemon beagle puppies

When born, a lemon beagle puppy’s coat is nearly completely white.As the lemon beagle puppy grows, the lemon markings will become more distinct, and the coat will darken to its adult coloration.The lemon and white beagle lemon markings will usually darken, and they will become distinctively two-toned. In fact, a pure beagle cannot be entirely…
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What Are Lemon Beagles? Info, Traits, Photos & Facts

January 8, 2022/Sarah Brady Isn’t it strange that one of the sweetest dogs is likened to a lemon? Dogs that most people identify as Beagles are traditionally tri-colored, mainly with white, brown, and black markings. It is considered one of the best hunting dogs, lemon or otherwise, as well as a great family companion dog since the…
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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…