Dog walking harness for Boston Terrier
- hybrid dog: Beagle X Dachshun
- stout breed
- large ears
- short legs
Doxle dog names
Overview - Doxle
The Doxle is a sweet, well-mannered companion that makes a wonderful family pet, no matter how old your children are. Because of its naturally happy disposition, this Beagle and Dachshund mix will eagerly play with anyone they deem a friend.
Doxle dogs definitely consider themselves a part of the family (or you a part of their pack) and they will do anything to make you smile and laugh. Their friendly faces and affectionate behavior will no doubt be the cause for many wonderful stories for years to come.
History of Doxle
Breeding two purebred dogs is increasingly popular, and while we do not know where the Doxle came from, we do know the origin of their parent breeds, the Beagle and the Dachshund.
The Beagle is an old breed of dog, dating back to 5th century Greece. Here, they were used mostly as hunting and tracking dogs. A Southern Hound (from the Beagle line) was brought to England by William the Conqueror in the 11th Century. By 1840, General Richard Rowett imported the first Beagles to America where it was not only still used as a tracker and hunter, but also as a loving family companion.
Dachshunds originated in Germany, and just like Beagles, were also used for hunting. When they reached Great Britain, they were bred to become companions rather than hunters. Today, this breed is a companion dog that are always up for a good cuddle.
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Related dog breeds: Pug, Doxle, Boston Terrier, West Highland White, Border Terrier, Pomeranian, French Bulldog, Dachshund, Miniature Schnauzer, Havanese, Cairn Terrier, Lhasa Apso, Pekingese, Jack Russell Terrier, Schipperke, Japanise Spitz, Bolognese Dog