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Pointer mix

  • Low thyroid activity
  • Epilepsy
  • Dislocated kneecap

Due to the hunting background of the parent breeds, families with small furry pets might want to avoid this mixed breed.
The origins of the Beagle are murkier. AKC claims that the Beagle’s ancestors appeared in England before 55 B.C.

The Perfect Companion For Life With A New Puppy
When looking for a puppy, it is important to avoid pet stores. These are often linked to puppy mills, which have very low standards of animal care.
Pointer males are between 25 and 28 inches tall, whereas females are 23 to 26 inches tall.
If you decide to buy a Beagle Pointer Mix puppy, we have guides to help you raise it.
Pointers are generally healthy dogs. However, they may get health problems, including:

There are several Beagle rescues in Australia, including:

Is the beagle pointer mix the right dog for you? We give you the ins and outs of this adorable cross. Learn more about this cross.

Pointer mix

Carole Gernett says

However, these pups are not couch potatoes!
Pointers are athletic and lean, built for stamina. As working dogs, pointers need lots of exercise. Theyare quite large dogs, growing to around 25 inches tall and weighing up to 60 pounds.

Pointers are comfortable with children, but they won’t tolerate noisy, clumsy, and boisterous youngsters. However, provided that you have lots of time for exercise, socialization, and positive training, a Pointer can make a great family pet.
Despite having a short coat, the breed does shed heavily pretty much all year round sog et ready to spend time grooming your pup if he inherits a Pointer’s coat!
They are energetic dogs that love to play and are easy to train and enjoy learning new things, including tricks!
These pups originated in Germany. They are genetically sound and healthy, although the breed can be prone to hip dysplasia, so you must make sure that your puppy and his/her parents have been successfully hip scored by a qualified vet.
The Pudelpointer is a hunting breed and as such needs lots of regular exercise. Pups enjoy playing in a fenced backyard or walking several times a day. They are also very trainable and happy to learn tricks!

  • Bloat affects many large breeds of dog. You can prevent bloat by feeding small amounts, using a bowl at ground level, and encouraging slow eating. You should also avoid exercising your dog after it has just eaten.
  • Hip dysplasia occurs where the hip joint is malformed, causing lameness and pain as the dog matures. Ensure that both pup’s parents have been hip scored, achievingresults better than the breed mean of 10.
  • Elbow dysplasia is a similar condition to hip dysplasia but affects the elbow joints.
  • Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a condition that causes blindness in several pedigree dog breeds, including Pointers. Check with the breeder that your pup’s parents are both clear to make sure that he won’t inherit the condition. For these tests to be current, they should have been taken within a year of your puppy’s birth.

Which are the most popular Pointer mixes and what should you know about them? Find out what mix would suit you and your family.