The National Beagle Club of America says that beagles make great family companions. Their low maintenance cost and affectionate yet independent temperament make them an ideal pet for many families. In recent years, the USDA has “hired” beagles to work at airports. Unlike most breeds, these dogs don't have many hereditary health problems.
Beagles are generally robust, strong and have a good temperament. The modern version of this breed was developed in the early 19th century in Great Britain, and the first dogs were brought to the United States in the 1840s to help hunting. Beagles typically weigh between 20 and 30 pounds. Because beagles are relatively small dogs, many apartment owners see them as a perfect addition to their lifestyle.
Beagles have a very docile temperament. They are friendly and very friendly. This makes them one of the best dogs in the family. These qualities make them incapable of being aggressive.
Beagles are excellent family dogs that get along well with children. But they are also noisy, difficult to pave and very active. You have to spend a lot of time keeping a dog happy and healthy, so if you're always busy and you're hardly ever home, then a Beagle isn't the right dog for you. The Beagles are curious, funny and eager to please and have a reputation for being “big-hearted, they have an even temperament, not too aggressive or too shy.