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Boglen Terrier Breed Information

Boglen Terrier

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
AKA: Boggle
Mispellings: Bogglen Terrier, Boglin Terrier, Boogle

Living with a Boglen Terrier

Personality: Boglen Terriers have a lot of personality. They are very friendly, love to play and snuggle. Boglen Terriers are extremely loyal dogs.

Temperament: Boglen Terriers are confident, risk-taking dogs. They are never shy and not easily frightened or intimidated.

Family Dog: Boglen Terriers make great family dogs and they love children.

Shedding: Boglen Terriers are low shedders.

Grooming: Boglen Terriers require little grooming because of their short coat.

Training: Boglen Terriers are very smart and learn basic commands easily but need firm and consistent training as they can be stubborn at times. They are relatively easy to housebreak.

Behavior: Boglen Terriers have an extremely high energy level. They are very smart dogs and can get bored easily. Boglen Terriers definately require a lot of attention especially in the puppy phase. Overall Boglen Terrier are good tempered dogs but they may be aprehensive with men and children if not properly socialized.

Barking: Boglen Terriers have an average bark. Their bark is not yippie or intimidating but they may have the Beagle bay especially when they are guarding something or really excited.

Weather: Boglen Terriers are good in many conditions but some don't seem to like rain much.

Exercise: Boglen Terriers require a substantial amount of exercise to prevent bad behavior. They could run and play all day. They need good long walks or a fenced yard.

Physical Ability: Boglen Terriers are great for agility competitions as they can jump REALLY high for their size.

Boglen Terrier Appearance

Appearance: Boglen Terries have a Boxer-like appearance with a very small, muscular build.

Size: Boglen Terriers are around 20 to 40 pounds when fully grown.

Companionship: Boglen Terriers have a great love for their family and make wonderful companion dogs. They basically love to be with you, no matter what you are doing.

Head: The Boglen Terrier's head is relatively square in shape.

Nose: Boglen Terriers have great tracking noses as they are part hound and love to sniff everything.

Eyes: The eyes of a Boglen Terrier protrude slightly, depending on how much their eyes are similar to a Boston Terrier, and may have a clear, teary discharge.

Ears: Boglen Terriers have large, floppy ears.

Muzzle: A Boglen Terrier's muzzle is realtively square in shape.

Body: Boglen Terriers have a small body with a muscular build.

Forequarters: The Boglen Terrier's front legs are considerably long for their size.

Feet: The feed of a Boglen Terrier are relative large for their size.

Tail: Boglen Terriers have a naturally long tail. Some breeders may dock the tail to get the miniature Boxer or Boston Terrier looking tail.

Color: Boglen Terriers usually have a brindle and white or black and white coat.

Coat: short hair, smooth. He sheds alot when he is nervous or excited,otherwise not bad.

Boglen Terrier Facts

Characteristics: Boglen Terriers love people especially kids. They also get along great with other dogs. Boglen Terriers are very food motivated and strong chewers. They make good watch dogs. The also have very quick tongues and love to lick.

Boglen Terrier Health

Allergies: The Boglen Terrier has no known allergies at this time.

Health: There are no known health issues associated with the Boglen Terrier.

Skin Health: can get dry skin.

Ear Health: Regular cleaning is important.

Boglen Terrier History

History: Boglen Terriers are usually bred as a mix between a female Beagle and a male Boston Terrier.

* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
*** It is important to do research on your dog's history before choosing a dog. We are dedicated to providing the most accurate information possible about each breed.

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