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(American Eskimo and Beagle mix) The American Eagle dog is a small to average size hybrid. The personality of this dog is a happy go lucky kind of pet. This is a nice looking dog usually with floppy ears. The face usually takes on the Beagle trait, while the body stature comes mainly from the American Eskimo parent breed.

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Character


This breed loves to play and be with family members. They are very sociable and fun to have in the family environment. Barking can be noted in this cross breed. The American Eagle dog does love it\'s food (and everyone else\'s) so be cautious of weight gain.

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Size


13-19 inches
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Weight


20-50 pounds
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General Health


Intervertebral Disc, Patellar Luxation, Legg-Calve-Perthes, Hip Dysplasia are possible health concerns.

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History


There isn\'t much history available on this designer breed as of yet. It is believed it was introduced in the 90\'s. It is a cross between the American Eskimo dog and the Beagle. The American Eskimo origination is not known either, but were used in circus acts in the early 1900\'s. The Beagle can be traced back to the 1500\'s where they were used by Englishmen for hunting rabbit and other small animals. Today they have been used for sniffing out drugs due to their keen sense of smell.

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Maintenance


They shed, so regular brushing is advised. Since they have floppy ears, check them on a regular basis for any debris or infection. Keeping the canal clean and dry is important for this dog.

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Ideal Environment


A family home with children is ideal. A secure fenced yard for play with lots of toys for stimulation. Note the Beagle parent trait for digging may be present.

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