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The Pomeagle is a cross between a Beagle and a Pomeranian. They are small in size but very affectionate, intelligent and loving. The mind of the Pomeagle is like that of a small child, they get curious and inquisitive very soon. Training your Pomeagle can be a little challenging due to the stubborn nature which they inherit from their Beagle parent, if the training sessions are kept short and interesting, it is easy to train them. It is advised that the Pomeagle be socialized at an early age and they would make the perfect family dog. They can adapt to the apartment style of living as well. If staying in a fenced yard house, the owners must ensure proper fencing, or if something catches their eye, they can wander off. Their life expectancy is between 12-16 years.

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This breed is an intelligent, lively, and loyal little dog who would do anything for its owners. This breed is quick to learn things and they enjoy challenges. They are an easy breed to train. Howver it must be kept in mind that they are sensitive, so it is advised to use positive reinforcement. The Pomeagle can suffer from anxiety if it is left alone for long intervals as they love being around the family. It inherits from its Pomeranian parent to bark the owners in case of strangers. They are the perfect family dog and can play with children. It inherits the hunting skills from its the Beagle side, so do not be alarmed if they chase small creatures and furry animals.

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7-12 inches.
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6 pounds
between 6-25 lbs.
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General Health

Since there is a lack of concrete official health concern issues of the Pomeagle dog breed, below is a list which has been made based on the fact that the dig breeds partents suffer from the same and this breed might suffer the same. Major Concerns Patellar Luxation Canine Hip Dysplasia Epilepsy Hypothyroidism Invertebral Disc Disease Minor Concerns Ear Infections Eye Problems

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The Pomeagle is a cross between a Beagle and a Pomeranian. Not many details are known about its exact time of origin.

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The Pomeagle inherits its coat from the Pomeranian parent and requires to be brushed at least three times a week as it also shed moderately. This brushing will help remove the loose hair. Frequent bathing is not advised, but when bathing, it is recommended to use a mild dog shampoo. While brushing check their ears and clean them delicately if necessary. Brushing teeth is advised at least three times a week to prevent tooth decay.

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Ideal Environment

This breed prefers to live indoors. They are also fairly easy to house break.

The Pomeagle gets the most of its exercise by following its owners around the house. They need their daily walk, and the visit to the dog park, which also helps to socialize them. This also helps to keep them fit and healthy. Owners are advised to keep their dog on a leash while walking them or they might run after an object which catches their attention. After their exercise, they love to cuddle up to their owners or be loved in their lap.

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