The Beaglier is a small designer breed became very popular in the 1990s among the many crossbreeding programs that were started in Australia. This breed of dog is the offspring of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the Beagle. They are known to be very energetic, yet loving and gentle. The Beaglier is one of the quieter breeds, but they can also be quite stubborn at times. They usually come in colors that include white, black and brown. They require frequent care and personal affection, as well as daily exercise in order to stay healthy.< p>
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Beaglier Rescues in the USA
|Treasured Pals Small Spaniel Rescue
|Tampa Bay Beagle Rescue, Inc.
|Southern Arizona Beagle Rescue
|Southern Nevada Beagle Rescue Foundation
|Tall Tails Beagle Rescue
|SouthEast Beagle Rescue
|Northeast Coonhound Rescue
|DFW Beagle Buddies
|First Coast Beagle Rescue
|Beagles and More Rescue
|Basset Hound Rescue League, Inc.
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