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In march we were given a Beagle named Max. The lady who gave him to us go thim form a pet store. his papers just say beagle,(he is not registered) but everyone that sees him says he is big for a Beagle. My mother in law thinks he is Basset/Beagle mix, and a man we never met before said he raises Beagles think he is Beagle/foxhound mix.... personally i see quite a resemblance in the Beagle/Treeing Walker Coonhound mix. just wondering what you guys think??? it really does not matter if he is all beagle or a mix of something...he is one terrific dog...im just curious...his head is very small compared to his body and his muzzle is very long and narrow. he is about 15-16 inches tall and weighs about 40 pounds. some pics http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u231/dana6_photo/0151280x960.jpg http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u231/dana6_photo/Pets/011960x1280.jpg http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u231/dana6_photo/Pets/0041-1.jpg http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u231/dana6_photo/Pets/037960x1280.jpg

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I wasnt able to see your pics but what you have described sounds like a walker beagle mix. in many southern states beagles and walkers are mixed. in states that allow deer hunting with dogs there is a height limit so walkers are too tall and beagles are too slow so they mix well for deer dogs.

Not sure how old this question is but I have a Beagle / Walker mix (I met both parent dogs on site of pick up) and he looks just like the pictures you posted.

I have a pure breed Beatle that matches the description of yours. I believe the taller/narrower size has to do with the type of breeding. My dog was breed to be a hunter (as opposed to for show)

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