BEAGLE HARRIER

COUNTRY: France
WEIGHT: 44 pounds
HEIGHT: 17-19 inches
COAT: Short and smooth
COLOR: Mostly tricolors
REGISTRY: FCI
GROUP: Hound

The Beagle Harrier was created especially for the hunting of the hare, looked for a dog faster than the outside as massive Beagle without as the Harrier.
Origin

The Beagle-Harrier comes from the crossing of two English dogs, the Beagle and the Harrier, but the Cinológica Federation considers it the International like a French animal since the race grew up and fixed to France.
Behavior

The Beagle Harrier is vigorous, brave, energetic and intelligent. It is an animal that has not been born to be company dog but he is very sweet and affectionate with his owners, and can adapt perfectly to live in the interior. It has much determination and one is calmed and relaxed when it is in house.
Aspect

The Beagle-Harrier is a light, harmonious dog of strong and muscular members. It has short, flat and cleared ears in the form of “v” that falls to him to the sides of the head. Its hair is tricolor (leonado with black and white mantle) and quite heavy, flat and not too short. In the same way that is gray Harriers, the Beagle Harrier can be gray tricolor or gray target.