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Cheagle Breed Information


Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
Mispellings: Cheegle, Chegle, Chieagle

Caring for a Cheagle

Feeding: Twice a day, snacks in between and treats for good deeds.

Living with a Cheagle

Personality: The Cheagle is very friendly and loves to play.

Temperament: The Cheagle is a very nice little dog who can be a little aggressive when playing but usually calms down quickly.

Family Dog: The Cheagle makes a good family dogy. They typically get along well with other dogs and children.

Shedding: The Cheagle is a average to low shedding dog.

Grooming: The coat of the Cheagle is very easy to maintain. It should be brushed occassionally.

Training: The Cheagle may be difficult to train at first but once they get it they are a joy to work with. House-training has to be very scheduled for them to be able to learn.

Behavior: The Cheagle is a very hyper and outgoing dog like both parent breeds. They are very playful and loving dogs who crave attention.

Barking: The Cheagle is realtively quiet and has a small bark.

Weather: The Cheagle loves the spring and fall but is not too fond of the winter as they get very cold quickly and do not do good in the heat for a long amount of time.

Physical Ability: The Cheagle can jump very high.

Cheagle Appearance

Appearance: The Cheagle resembles a Chihuahua with a long Beagle-like tail and ears.

Size: The Cheagle is around 12 pounds when fully grown.

Head: The Cheagle has the Beagle head with the Chihuahua snout.

Eyes: The eyes of the Cheagle mostly resemble those of the Beagle being deep brown and round in shape and are not wet looking like a Chihuahua's.

Ears: The Cheagle can have long ears like the Beagle. The ears of the Cheagle typically lay down until they get attention then they stand right up.

Teeth/Bite: The Cheagle usually has an overbite.

Body: The body of the Cheagle resembles a mixture of both parent breeds. They are typically bigger than a Chihuahua and smaller than the Beagle with a more rugged and rough Beagle-like appearance, Chihuahua legs and a Beagle tail and ears.

Hindquarters: Stands squated with her chest out.

Tail: The tail of the Cheagle curls up like Chihuahua's over the back. When they become alerted to something the tail will stand erect.

Color: The coat of a Cheagle can be almost any color including a light cream color or white with black spots. They can have the Beagle facial markings as well.

Coat: The Cheagle has a short, shiny coat.

Cheagle Facts

Characteristics: The Cheagle may tend to snore when they are sleeping due to their small muzzle size. The love to go tracking in the brush and follow all the scents.

Cheagle Health

Allergies: The Cheagle has no known allergies at this time.

Litter Size: Can be as many as 9 in the litter.

* 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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