Basenji Beagle Mix (with Photos)

In this post, we will be taking a look at the Basenji Beagle Mix. With such a wide variety of dog breeds available, it can take some research to find a dog that fits your style and lifestyle.

Thankfully, Basenji beagle mixes are a great choice for active families that love the outdoors or those who prefer to spend time at home with their pup. With so many mixed-breed dogs available, choosing the right one can be just as rewarding as sharing your life with one!

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A Basenji Beagle mix is a rare but fascinating dog to encounter!

What is a Basenji Beagle Mix?

A Basenji beagle mix is known by many names, including the Basenji beagle hybrid and the beagle Basenji mix. Often referred to as a bazi, it’s a cross between a purebred Basenji and a purebred beagle.

With its playful, friendly personality and its moderate energy level, the Basenji beagle mix can make for an excellent dog for first-time owners, although it’s not ideal for families with very young kids.

A Basenji Beagle Mix

If you’re looking for the perfect new family member, look no further. A Basenji beagle mix is the answer to all your dreams!

The average Basenji beagle mix is playful, energetic, and affectionate. They like to play fetch, chase their tail (when they remember what it looks like), and snuggle with their human owners. They are especially good at making you feel loved.

If you’re thinking about adopting a Basenji beagle mix, don’t forget to ask yourself these questions first:

  • Is my home pet-free? This breed doesn’t do well with other animals in the house.
  • Do I live in Canada? This breed isn’t allowed across the border because of its tendency to escape from its yard.
  • Are there any small children in my house? This breed doesn’t get along well with kids, and might even bite them.

If your answers to these questions are “yes,” then a Basenji beagle mix might be right for you!

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Beagle and Basenji dogs both have some strong personality traits

What Does a Basenji Beagle Mix Look Like?

What do you get when you cross a beagle with a Basenji?

One of the cutest dogs on Earth!

The look of a Basenji beagle mix can vary quite a bit, depending upon the size and appearance of the purebreds that come together to create the hybrid dog. Some Basenji beagles have longer legs and a longer back than purebred Basenjis, while others are smaller and more compact.

The coat colour can also vary widely—from the rich reds that characterize purebred Basenjis to the greys and browns that are typical of beagles.

Most importantly, though, is this: no matter what type of fur your dog has or how long its body is, it’s going to be cute as heck!

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Some Basenji Beagle mix puppies will resemble one breed more than the other

Where Do They Come From?

Did you know that Basenji Beagle mixes are among the most popular designer dog breeds in the world? Let’s take a look at how these unique mixes came to be.

A Basenji is one of the oldest dog breeds, dating back thousands of years. It started out in Africa, and was bred for hunting antelope and gazelle. They’re very fast dogs and have a very unique bark, but it’s not an easy bark to imitate because it sounds like a yodel or a human laugh.

It’s especially funny since the Basenji is only about 15 pounds. Another fun fact about these dogs is that they don’t have an undercoat, which means they shed less than other dogs!

A beagle is another popular designer dog breed because of their friendly and gentle personalities. They are also known for their keen sense of smell as well as their beautiful bay.

They were originally bred to hunt rabbits and are used by law enforcement today to track down other animals like drugs, gas leaks, weapons, and even explosives. Their tendency to follow scents can also disrupt their masters’ daily routines if they get distracted while on their walk!

How Big is It?

In terms of physical size: The Basenji is about 1 foot tall and weighs between 15 and 18 pounds. The Beagle is between 15 and 20 inches tall and weighs between 30 and 45 pounds.

The Basenji is sleek and graceful with a long tail that curls over its back. It has a distinctive bark that sounds like it could be from a dog or an elephant. (It’s actually neither.) The Beagle is shorter-legged with a straight tail that points downward when relaxed but switches easily to an upright position when alert. It makes the same kind of noises as other dogs but also has a distinctive deep howl.

The Basenji Beagle mix can be expected to have the same height as either of its purebred parents, but will probably weigh more than either due to its mixed ancestry.

Temperament of a Basenji Beagle Mix

The Basenji Beagle Mix is known to be extremely intelligent and affectionate. They are very social and thrive on human company. The Basenji Beagle Mix is an excellent family dog, as long as the children are grown and the dog has been socialized to them at a young age. The Basenji Beagle Mix loves to play, but pay attention because these dogs can get into mischief! They seem to have no fear, and will happily jump into any body of water that catches their eye.

They are not recommended for apartment living, although they do well in small spaces if there is enough exercise time outside. A large fenced yard is preferred, or someone who will take them on lots of walks and runs during the day. This breed needs a lot of attention and interaction throughout the day.

The Basenji Beagle Mix should not be left alone for long periods of time, or else they may become destructive.

They tend to have a higher than average prey drive when it comes to small animals such as birds or squirrels. It isn’t uncommon to see this breed herding other pets in

How Much do They Cost?

If you want to find your own Basenji Beagle mix, you need to look for a good breeder. You can find them from outlets such as the American Kennel Club or local websites like The cost for a dog of this breed varies between $500 and $4,000 depending on the breeder’s bloodline, what package you get, how old the puppy is, etc.