All About The Beagle Rottweiler Mix (Reagle)

All About The Beagle Rottweiler Mix (Reagle)

The Beagle Rottweiler mix is a cross between two very popular breeds, the Beagle and the Rottweiler. This mix is also sometimes called a Reagle. These dogs are usually loyal and loving, but they can also be very protective of their families.

Understanding the parent breeds is important if you’re interested in learning more about the Beagle Rottweiler mix.

The Beagles

Beagles are known for being great family pets, and they are often used as therapy dogs because of their gentle nature. They are also one of the most popular breeds in the United States. Beagles originally came from England, where these herding dogs were used for hunting rabbits.

baylee the beagle enjoying a cuddle
Our eldest beagle enjoying a cuddle

The Rottweilers

Rottweilers are working dogs that were originally bred in Germany. They were used for herding and guarding livestock. They are still used as working dogs in many careers, such as police dogs, guide dogs, and companion dogs. They are also popular family pets.

Reagle: The Beagle Rottweiler Mix

Rottweilers are strong and powerful dogs, so the Rottweiler Beagle mix can inherit these qualities. These loving dogs can be very protective of their families, and they may bark at strangers. They need to be well-trained and socialized from a young age to ensure that they become good family pets.

General Appearance

The Beagle Rottweiler mix can vary in size, but they are usually medium to large dogs. They typically have short, smooth coats that are brown, black, or a mixture of both colors. Unfortunately, these dogs shed moderately, so they may not be the best choice for people with allergies.

Beagle Rottweiler mixes are usually friendly dogs that get along well with children and other pets. They need to be exercised regularly, and they enjoy being active. These dogs are intelligent and can be easy to train. They make great family pets.

This Rottweiler Beagle mix often has the same outstanding nose as his Beagle parent, so you may anticipate our active dog is interested in pursuing little animals.

Size, Height, and Weight

The Beagle Rottweiler mix can range from 18 to 24 inches tall and 50 to 80 pounds. So you should expect your Reagle to be around a medium-sized dog.

Coat and Colors

The Beagle Rottweiler mix typically has a short, smooth coat of brown, black, red, white, or both parent breeds’ colors. However, there were several other variations during the twentieth century. Some of them had distinctive Rottweiler facial patterns with straight hair.

Temperament

Beagle Rottweiler mixes are usually friendly, loving, and protective of their families. They are intelligent dogs that can be easy to train. These dogs need to be exercised regularly, and they enjoy being active.

Health Issues

The Beagle Rottweiler mix is a relatively healthy breed, but some health conditions must be aware of. These include hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, cancer, and von Willebrand’s disease. Be sure to talk to your veterinarian about the best way to keep your dog healthy and happy.

Dog Training

A Beagle Rottweiler mix puppy is an intelligent and pleasant dog that can be easy to train. However, they need to be socialized to become good family pets from a young age. A Reagle puppy responds well to positive reinforcement, such as treats and praise.

You might want to train a Rottweiler Beagle mix puppy in basic obedience, manners, and socialization. Reagle puppies are lovely, and you will have a good time together during the training sessions.

Exercise

Beagle Rottweiler mixes need to be exercised regularly. They enjoy being active and playing games. These dogs should have access to a yard or dog park to run and play. A daily walk is also essential for their physical and mental health.

Feeding

Beagle Rottweiler mixes need a high-quality diet that is rich in protein. This will help them maintain their energy levels and keep their muscles healthy. These dogs should have two meals per day, and they may need more food if they are very active.

Grooming

Beagle Rottweiler mixes typically have short, smooth coats that are easy to care for. However, these dogs shed moderately, so they may not be the best choice for people with allergies. These dogs should be brushed regularly to remove any loose hair. They also need to have their nails trimmed, and their teeth brushed.

Reagle Life Expectancy

The Rottweiler Beagle mix has a life expectancy of 10 to 13 years. This breed is relatively healthy, but some health conditions are to be aware of. These include hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, cancer, and von Willebrand’s disease. Be sure to talk to your veterinarian about the best way to keep your dog healthy and happy.

Reagles as Family Pets

Beagle Rottweiler mixes are friendly dogs that make great family pets. They need to be socialized from a young age and exercise regularly. These dogs are intelligent and can be easy to train. They typically have short, smooth coats that are easy to care for. If you are looking for a loving and protective mixed breed, the Rottweiler Beagle mix may be the right choice.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Reagle the Right Pet for You?

Beagle Rottweiler mixes are friendly dogs that make great family pets. They need to be socialized from a young age and exercise regularly. These dogs are intelligent and can be easy to train. They typically have short, smooth coats that are easy to care for. If you are looking for a loving and protective dog, the Reagle may be the right pet for you!

How Much Exercise Does a Reagle Need?

Beagle Rottweiler mixes need to be exercised regularly. They enjoy being active and playing games. These dogs should have access to a yard or dog park to run and play. A daily walk is also important for their physical and mental health.

What Should You Feed Your Reagle?

Beagle Rottweiler mixes need a high-quality diet that is rich in protein. This will help them maintain their energy levels and keep their muscles healthy. These dogs should have two meals per day, and they may need more food if they are very active.

How Often Should You Groom Your Reagle?

Beagle Rottweiler mixes typically have short, smooth coats that are easy to care for. However, they shed only moderately, so they may not be the best option for allergy sufferers. These dogs should be brushed regularly to remove any loose hair. They also need to have their nails trimmed, and their teeth brushed.

Are Rottweiler Beagle Mixes Aggressive?

No, Rottweiler Beagle mixes are not aggressive. These dogs are friendly and loving, but they need to be socialized to become good family pets from a young age. They may bark if they are not properly trained, but this can be easily remedied with obedience training.

Can Beagle Rottweiler Dogs Be Left Alone?

No, Beagle Rottweiler dogs cannot be left alone. They need to be exercised regularly and need a lot of attention. Therefore, they are not the best breed for people who work long hours or are gone frequently. If you are looking for a dog that can be left alone, consider another breed.

Are Rottweiler Beagle Dogs High Maintenance?

No, Rottweiler Beagle dogs are not high maintenance. They need regular exercise and socialization, but they are otherwise easy to care for.

Do Beagle Rottweilers Bark a Lot?

No, Beagle Rottweiler mixes do not bark a lot. They are typically very quiet, but they may bark if not properly trained. If you are looking for a dog that does not bark, consider another breed.

Final Words on the Reagle

Beagle Rottweiler mixes are friendly dogs that make great family pets. They need to be socialized from a young age and exercise regularly. These dogs are intelligent and can be easy to train. They typically have short, smooth coats that are easy to care for. If you are looking for a loving and protective dog, the Reagle may be the right pet for you!

Simon Wilson

Simon Wilson

Hi, I'm Simon Wilson, one-half of husband and wife team that created My Beagle Buddy. For over 12 years, we have had the pleasure of experiencing life with our Beagles, sharing our joy through the ups, and being steadfastly by our side through the tough times. We have learned a lot in those years, about ourselves and our Beagles. I love to write about my Beagle experiences so that others may find some use in my learnings. In my spare time, I actively maintain the Beagle Welfare website and help with volunteer duties.

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For over 12 years, I have had the pleasure of experiencing life with many loving Beagles, sharing the joy through the ups and being steadfastly by my side through the tough times.

I have learnt a lot in those years, about ourselves and my Beagles. I love to write about my Beagle experiences so that others may find some use in my learnings and experiences.

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