Beagle Size and Weight: How Big Do They Get?


Beagles are a small to medium-sized breed, typically weighing between 18-30 pounds.

Beagles usually stand between 13-15 inches tall at the shoulder.

Beagle size can vary depending on the sex of the dog, with males generally being larger than females.

Beagles can come in different varieties such as standard, miniature and toy, but most commonly found is standard beagle.

Standard Beagles have a shoulder height of about 13-16 inches and weight around 20-30 pounds.

Miniature Beagles are smaller than the standard Beagle and have a shoulder height of about 10-13 inches and weight around 10-15 pounds.

Toy Beagles are the smallest of the Beagle breeds and have a shoulder height of about 9-12 inches and weight around 6-8 pounds.

Beagles are relatively compact and sturdy, with a square-shaped head, long ears, and a characteristic "hound dog" look.

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