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The Beaglier is one of the ever-increasing designer crossbreeds that has its origins in Australia, although it’s still quite unusual in the UK.

The breeds that make up the Beaglier are the Beagle and the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. The Beaglier can be a first cross (with one Beagle and one Cavalier parent) or they can be bred back to one of the original breeds, or else be two Beagliers bred together - so there are varieties in size, shape, colours and coat types.


10–15 years
The colours of the Beaglier can be any combination that’s common to the Beagle or Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, including:
tricolour; blue, white and tan; white and tan; badger pied; hare pied; lemon pied; lemon and white; red and white; tan and white; black and white; black and tan, Ruby, Blenheim
Small to Medium
The need-to-know
  • Dog suitable for owners with some experience
  • Basic training required
  • Generally healthy breed
  • Enjoys active walks
  • Enjoys one to two hours of walking a day
  • Small dog
  • Some drool
  • Requires grooming every other day
  • Chatty and vocal dog
  • Welcomes everyone happily
  • Generally friendly with other dogs
  • Gets along with other pets with training
  • Great family dog
  • Needs a large garden
  • Can live in semi-rural areas
  • Can be left occasionally with training
Generally healthy breed

There is often a degree of variation in the health conditions and issues that crossbreeds are predisposed to. This is because some individuals retain more of the characteristics of one breed over the other. 
For more information on the health problems that may affect this crossbreed, visit the Beagle and King Charles Spaniel breed pages.


Like most crossbreeds, the personality of a Beaglier depends on the parents and how they have been bred and reared, but both breeds are happy, cheerful, friendly dogs who are almost permanently waggy. The Beaglier is a small to medium-sized, affectionate companion dog who will enjoy games, family life, and being part of everything their owner does.

The personality of a Beaglier seems to be more consistent when they are first crosses (F1). As a line is successively bred, they can be either bred back to one of the original breeds (and so strengthen either the Beagle or Cavalier personalities) or else be bred to another Beaglier - in which case there is less predictability in temperament (and in-breeding becomes more of a potential issue).

Did You Know?

  • As the Beaglier is a mixed breed, it currently isn’t recognised by the UK Kennel Club
  • It’s difficult to determine how Beagliers will turn out as they’re a combination of two breeds, even in the same litter some puppies may be more like Cavalier King Charles and others may be more like Beagles – both in personality and appearance
  • If your Beaglier takes after the Beagle in its breeding, they may be excellent escape artists, it’s a good idea to install good fencing just in case