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    I'm rolling my eyes, shaking my head and biting my tongue right now.

    There is no such breed sorry, a "beaglier" is nothing more than a mutt and has no defining physical characteristics, or temperament.
    You can get a litter of 6 puppies and have every one look different.

    Why not just get a purebred Cavalier? Support a REAL breeder?

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    Smile Beagliers - I stand to differ

    Just found this thread and though I'd put my 2 cents worth regarding the Beaglier.
    Firstly we do have beagliers and both are gorgeous dogs. As you can see from the pics both dogs tend towards the beagle look but their nature are more a placid/docile/submissive dog which is characteristic of the Cavalier - particularily the male one. (The girl is a smart one who tends to be more strong willed (hard to say if this is the beagle trait or just because she is female !!
    In General, they have soft hair/fur, soft natured and love attention. This breed/mix is primarily for those looking for a Beagle looking dog with a soft nature. (we liked the Beagle (pure) but found they can be very strong willed (hound) - we found this `mix' just what we wanted.

    Anyway, here is a few pics for your enjoyment - note they are all beagliers (mum, dad & pups)
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    I like the energy of my Kelpie and the size of my Jack Russell.
    I might breed them and sell them as a rare breed.
    Hmmmm....... The Kelp Russell.


    Oh, oh! And the spots of a Dalmatian but fluffy, like a poodle.
    The Daloodle!
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    Harley10...

    What about genetic health tests ????? can you guarantee that your cross bred dogs don't have genetic health issues etc, do you even carry out health tests etc ????

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    It's just an abbreviation for a cross-breed, I don't know why people get so wound up about it

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    Its not an abbreviation, its a term given to make them sound more desirable.
    I have a Jack Russsell X Maltese, but I don't mix the two names together, I call him a Jack Russell X.
    I have a Kelpie X Border Collie, but I just call her a Kelpie X.
    These dogs have been purposely bred, specifically to create a 'Beagalier, or a 'Cockapoo', or 'American Bullador'.

    Hold on, I searched 'hybrid dogs'. Apparently every dog combination can be a real 'breed'.
    Afrador, Afghan Retriever, Akita Shepherd, American Bullweiler, Bassador, Beago, Borador, Border Jack, Boxador, Bull Pei, Cadoodle, Cavottish, Dorgi, English Boodle, Foxignese, German Sheprador, Havapeke, Irish Doodle, Jack Chi, Kashon, Labmaraner, Malteager, Newfypoo, Olde Pit Bulldogge, Peagle, Reagle, Saint Dane, Tibetan Pug, Ultimate Mastiff, Weimadoodle, Yoranian, Zuchon + hundreds more.
    List of Hybrid Dogs, Designer Dog, Hybrid Dog, Designer Dogs

    The worst part, is that next to every 'breed', there is a link to 'breeders'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meegsndogs View Post
    It's just an abbreviation for a cross-breed, I don't know why people get so wound up about it
    Well yes I guess it is an abbreviation but it also classes these dogs as so called 'designer' dogs. For instance, my Rotti x is nothing more than a mutt but if I went around calling her a Rottador or Staffweiler (not sure what mix she is) that would sound 'designer' and people would think its some great new breed but its not! She is a mutt, pure & simple.

    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    Its not an abbreviation, its a term given to make them sound more desirable.
    I have a Jack Russsell X Maltese, but I don't mix the two names together, I call him a Jack Russell X.
    I have a Kelpie X Border Collie, but I just call her a Kelpie X.
    These dogs have been purposely bred, specifically to create a 'Beagalier, or a 'Cockapoo', or 'American Bullador'.

    Hold on, I searched 'hybrid dogs'. Apparently every dog combination can be a real 'breed'.
    Afrador, Afghan Retriever, Akita Shepherd, American Bullweiler, Bassador, Beago, Borador, Border Jack, Boxador, Bull Pei, Cadoodle, Cavottish, Dorgi, English Boodle, Foxignese, German Sheprador, Havapeke, Irish Doodle, Jack Chi, Kashon, Labmaraner, Malteager, Newfypoo, Olde Pit Bulldogge, Peagle, Reagle, Saint Dane, Tibetan Pug, Ultimate Mastiff, Weimadoodle, Yoranian, Zuchon + hundreds more.
    List of Hybrid Dogs, Designer Dog, Hybrid Dog, Designer Dogs

    Exactly, my breed is a Rottador... or is that Staffweiler??

    The worst part, is that next to every 'breed', there is a link to 'breeders'.
    That is absolutely disgusting!!

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    haha irish doodle...

    .... ill be on my way.
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    Keeda's an Australian Kelpeagle

    I don't have a problem with people using abbreviations for their mixed breeds. My problem is that when I hear people say "beaglier", "spoodle", etc., I know they aren't just abbreviating it - they're naming what they like to consider a breed. I could just be pessimistic about people's intention when using these words, but the first feeling I get when I hear someone say "something-oodle" is not a good one.

    It's a bit different for me with labradoodles for me because of the organized effort to standardize the "breed".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liza View Post
    Keeda's an Australian Kelpeagle

    I don't have a problem with people using abbreviations for their mixed breeds. My problem is that when I hear people say "beaglier", "spoodle", etc., I know they aren't just abbreviating it - they're naming what they like to consider a breed. I could just be pessimistic about people's intention when using these words, but the first feeling I get when I hear someone say "something-oodle" is not a good one.

    It's a bit different for me with labradoodles for me because of the organized effort to standardize the "breed".
    Same.

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