Beagleman: Doberman Pinscher Beagle Mix

Beagleman - Doberman Beagle Mix
The Beagleman is a mixed designer breed dog. This happens when you cross to main breeds together to create a new one.

In this case, it was developed by mixing a Beagle and a Doberman Pinscher.  This can be great because you can get many different traits and temperaments with it being crossed with two different breeds. 

The main purpose of creating this breed was to create a cute, loyal dog from the beagle side combined with the power and strength of the Doberman Pinscher. This breed has also been recognized by the designer dog kennel club!

Beagleman History

The history of this breed dates back to the late 1890s. A man named Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann started playing around with different breed of dogs to create the perfect breed to protect him during his local tax collections.

The Beagle part of this breed was used wildly to make all sorts of other mixed breeds. You can find a lot of different mixed breeds using the Beagle on our site like the miniature-sized pocket beagle.

Now the Beagleman mixed breed is gaining more popularity, and breeders for this breed can be pretty common. This breed has a mixture of both parent’s breeds in their personality. You find this mixed breed to be friendly, loyal, and even protective. 

Doberman Beagle Mix Appearance

The Beagleman is actually a really nice combination of both of the breeds parents. This will be a medium-sized dog that has very proportional legs to the body.

You will notice that this breed has the same ears as the beagle parent. The long snout helps this dog breed with its natural hunting ability.

You will notice that this mixed breed has a short coat. This will usually mean that this breed is not big on shedding. 

There are a few different color combinations that this breed can come in that we will discuss down below in the sections “What colors do they come in.”

Beagleman Size

The Beagleman is considered to be a medium-sized dog when it reaches adulthood. They can be anywhere from 13-20 inches in height for a male and around 18-20 inches for a female Beagleman.

They can get pretty heavy in their weight, and it is very important not to overfeed your Beagleman because they can possibly become obese. They can weigh anywhere from 40-67 pounds when fully grown.

Doberman Beagle Mix Personality

Personalities from each breed can vary, and each Beagleman will get different personality traits so you will always have a unique dog.  Both breeds are very intelligent and loyal breeds so your dog should definitely get those traits passed down from their parents. 

The Beagle will give the Beagleman trait of sweetness. Beagles are beyond sweet, and they will give their generations the trait of caring and loving.

The Doberman Pinscher is known for its strong personality and they are very strong and protective dog breed so they will also pass that down to their future generations as well. Overall they have great traits and your Beagleman should have a great personality.

Beagleman Mixed Breed

Beagleman Temperament

Temperament can be affected by some things but overall the Beagleman will have a great temperament. They can get stubborn sometimes and they get that from their parent the Doberman Pinscher.

Overall they have a good temperament with great traits. The Beagleman is usually affectionate and very loyal to their owners and family.

They love children and love their owners to death. They are also playful and energetic and love to be outside. These are all fabulous traits for your new dog, the Beagleman.

Doberman Beagle Mix Coat

The Beagleman can have long, shiny hair, or they can also have short hair; it usually will depend on what trait they get from their parents.

They have very low to moderate shedding, so they won’t be a big problem for you as other breeds can be. The Beagleman can have fine hair so if you bush them once a week that should keep the shedding down. 

Their coat can come in brown, black, or white. Usually, those are the main colors you see in the Beagleman.

Doberman Pinscher Beagle Mix Grooming

The grooming with the Beagleman is really simple, considering they don’t shed as much as other dogs. They have a shiny, smooth coat that won’t make them shed their hair.  A good brushing once a week should be sufficient enough for getting an excess hair they might shed out.

You only need to bathe the Beagleman once a week or once every two weeks. Their coat stays pretty clean and free of oils. They do get goop in their eyes sometimes make sure to take a cotton ball and clean the goop if needed.

Always check your dog for scars or rashes to prevent further health problems. Always check your dog’s ears and clean them out to prevent health problems and ear infections.

What Colors Do They Come In?

There are a few different colors and color combinations that this breed can come in, they are:

  • Black
  • Brown
  • Tan
  • White Markings
  • Tricolor

Life Span of the Beagleman

This mixed breed can actually live quite a long time. Both of the parents of this breed have a long life expectancy so naturally, this mixed breed has a long life too.

You can expect this breed to live for around 12 years and sometimes even past that to 15 years. 

Make sure to keep your dog healthy by going to yearly checkups with your local veterinarian. 

They will make sure your dog is up to date on shots and let you know if they see any concerns.

Doberman Pinscher Beagle Mix

Beagleman Health Issues

This breed is usually very healthy and doesn’t have hardly any health issues in their lifetime, but sometimes they can be born with certain health conditions. Families have health conditions in their genes that are passed down to generations so it will be possible that your Beagleman gets these health conditions.

Epilepsy: this is a brain disorder that can cause your dog to blackout, or have uncontrolled moments. This disease is really unknown, but if it happens, take your dog to the doctor.

Dwarfism: so this is a lack of growth in the bone and can cause you to have short legs or be shorter than your breed is supposed to be.

Prostatic Disease: usually what it’s like for us, the enlargement of the gland in the dog’s prostate. This is common, but if it happens, you can always get your dog’s prostate removed at the vet.

Hypothyroidism: usually, it’s the result of low T4 and T3 hormone the body is supposed to produce. This can be fixed with medicine from your local vet.

Living Conditions

This breed makes a very good watchdog. They get this trait from the Doberman Pinscher parent, and they will be a helpful guard dog of property. This type of dog will let you know when strangers are nearby.

This breed is also very good with children and other pets. As long as you properly socialize your dog when it is young, it shouldn’t be so scared of things.

Since this breed does have part Beagle in it, you should know that your dog may want to chase small animals such as squirrels. It is in their nature from their natural hunting instincts. 

If you live in an apartment building, you should be okay with owning this type of dog. This is a medium-size dog, but for the most part, this isn’t a yappy so it shouldn’t be an issue with neighbors. 

Beagleman Exercise

The Beagleman is a very energetic and active dog. They get that from their parent, the Doberman Pinscher.

They love to run and play all day long! So being that they have that trait, they will need to be outside playing at least once a day. A day at the park or a nice walk will do wonders for your Beagleman and will help keep them exercised.

Beagle Doberman Mix Training

Like I said above, this breed is very intelligent, and they will be great with training. They are very fast learners, so they will learn fast and listen well.

They have sharp minds, so when showing them a new trick, they will usually understand it right away and want something more challenging. Potty training is usually a hard task for any dog but not the Beagleman!

Beagle Doberman Mix Feeding

Since the Beagleman is a bigger sized dog, they will need to eat more food than a smaller dog. They will need around one and a half to two cups of premium dry food twice a day.

In the premium dog food, there must be a meat component to keep your dog full of protein.

Beagleman Puppies

Beagleman puppies are actually not very expensive. You can get one anywhere between $800 and $1000. Depending on the breeder you choose, they may ask for more or less; it all depends.

Make sure you purchase a lot of toys for your puppy because this breed needs a lot of stimulation, or your puppy will start to get into things they shouldn’t.

Make sure you start early socialization with your dog to get them used to other people, children, and other animals. This will make them friendlier dogs with a better temperament and personality. 

Close Relatives of the Beagleman

Here are a few relatives or breeds that are closely similar to the Beagleman:



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