Blue Diamond Family Pups is known for being one of the top Beabull Breeders in the country. We only offer F1b Beabull puppies that have better genetics than a general first generation puppy. Blue Diamond ¾ Beabull puppies are a designer breed also known as an F1b-meaning a 2nd generation Beabull. All moms are ½ Beagle and ½ English Bulldog. Mom is then bred back to an unrelated AKC Registered English Bulldog dad. All of our English Bulldogs are DNA Genetic Health Tested and tested Clear of all Bulldog related diseases! This is the genetic makeup of our Beabull puppies.
Rare Colored Beabull Puppies
Each litter we are usually blessed with several unique Lilac or Lilac Merle colored puppies in each litter.
Beabulls as adults are generally smaller than a purebred English Bulldog. They typically weigh in the range of 40-55 pounds and have a height of 16-18 inches. A Beabulls life expectancy is 10-13 years of age.
There are many genetic advantages to a Beabull puppy versus a purebred English Bulldog. A Beabull has a longer muzzle which results in fewer breathing-related issues and they are not as sensitive to southern climates. They have cute wrinkles that tend to not be as deep and as tight as the English Bulldog making them less susceptible to skin issues. – Please note – it is very important to follow the feeding instructions of the food you are feeding. Overeating can result in a host of problematic issues including heart disease, heat stress and can cause joint issues due to increased weight.
Beabulls make great family dogs!
Our Beabull puppies make great family companions! They are known for their loving, patient, and funny personalities. They do have a high energy level as a puppy but are very mellow as adults. With consistency and patience potty training is significantly easy although they can have a stubborn streak at times. Adult Beabull Dogs make great companions and loving addition to any family.
Your Beabull should be bathed once a week to keep their coat nice and shiny.
The Beabull is a boutique or designer mixed breed dog. Blue Diamond beabulls are a cross between America’s beloved Purebred Beagle and the amazing Purebred English Bulldog. Some dog lovers just call them Beagle-Bulldog mixes or hybrids. Because they are mixed they are not purebred dogs like a Beabull’s Parents. Beabulls are quickly becoming well known and loved by dog lovers. Beabulls thrive in lots of different environments including apartment living to suburban homes with a big backyard.
How the Beabull Breed Came About!
There have been technically beabull breeds in existence for many many years by accident. Beagles getting accidentally bred by Bulldogs happened and the dog owners realized there were some benefits of it. The pups looked a lot like the bulldog with a strong powerful frame but had a slightly longer nose and the floppy ears of the beagle. The longer nose allowed the crossbreed to breathe better than the bulldogs with their flat short nose. Designer dog breeders soon started breeding them on purpose to get the added benefits and started calling them Beabulls.
What are Beabulls Personality and Temperament like?
Beabull dogs are usually very mild-mannered and have even temperaments. They make perfect fur baby additions to anyone’s home. They are very affectionate, loyal and are very good with children. They will play hard and are usually very social with the entire family. Most beabull owners consider their beabull puppies to be laid back and love to cuddle and be close, but have bursts of energy and love to play fetch, a good game of tug of war, or go for a walk to burn off their energy. Most beabull puppies get along with other family pets, but it’s best to introduce them early on and allow them to socialize and get familiar with one another.
How Big will my Beabull Puppy Get?
Blue Diamond Beabulls are a mix between a F1 or 1st generation Beabull Mom and a purebred English Bulldog Dad most of our puppies end up being medium-sized dogs. Most end up weighing between 30 to 60 pounds when fully grown. The final size of your beabull dog will depend a lot on the size and weight of your dog’s parents. The height of beabulls ranges between 12 and 18 inches at the shoulder.
What Colors are Beabulls and what are their Coats like?
The coats are usually a mix of the pup’s parents’ colors. The most common colors of beagles and English Bulldogs are brown and white or tri-colored Most beabulls have short coats that are very easy to groom but are typically heavy shedders. Due to the amount of shedding beabulls do, daily brushing is highly recommended. The shedding also might make beabulls not a good choice for families with anyone who suffers from allergies. Most beabulls’ coats are made up of short coarse hair. During extreme cold temps, it’s best to keep them out of the cold or get them a cute adorable sweater to wear to help keep them warm. Also with having a shorter nose extreme heat can make it hard for them to breathe and keep their temperature down.
Beabull Grooming and Care Best Practices
Beabulls shed a lot of fur in Spring and Fall and should routinely be brushed 3-4 times a week during these times. Other times of the year they should be brushed at least twice a week. Due to having short coats they have a tendency to get dry skin. You shouldn’t give your beabull more than 1 bath a month unless it’s absolutely necessary because of them playing in mud puddles or something. You can always use a damp washcloth to clean them up a little between baths.
Most beabulls have droopy ears they inherit from the Beagle parent, and should have a routine ear cleaning with peroxide once a week. Consult with your vet to learn the best way to clean your pup’s ears.
You will need to trim your puppy’s nails at least once or twice a month. Your vet will show you the best way to do this.
With beabulls being a bulldog mix it’s a really good chance your puppy will have folds in his coat. It is highly recommended to take some time each week and clean each of their folds. Ask your vet for the best method of cleaning their folds.
Like any breed of dog, you should have regularly scheduled veterinary checkups to make sure your puppy stays healthy.
Best Diet for Beabulls
Beabulls are considered a medium-sized breed and your chosen puppy/dog food should have an option for medium-sized dogs. Most beabulls have big appetites and will gain excessive weight if food is left out all day for them. It is a best practice to follow your personal vet’s feeding recommendations for how much your dog or puppy should eat based on his individual age and activity level. Most grown beabulls should not be eating over three or four cups of food a day. You should also be careful regarding how many treats you give them a day, too many treats can lead to your puppy heading towards obesity as well. We highly recommend the Purina Pro Plan brand dog food. It is super high quality and has everything your puppy needs to thrive. This brand of food can be purchased at Chewy.com or on Amazon
Training and Exercising for your Beabull
Beabulls are known for their laid-back personalities with sudden bursts of energy that keep their owners on their toes. Daily walks and other game activities like running and fetch will help burn off this built-up energy. Usually, an hour a day will satisfy this breed and will keep them happy and out of trouble.
Training your beabull puppy is usually a pretty easy task when using a positive reinforcement type of training using snacks or treats. Most beabulls are very eager to obey and please their owners. They are very intelligent and require parents to be patient but firm during the training process. Starting puppy training while they are young helps establish positive behavior at an early age in your dog. Keeping training sessions short and exciting to get the best results. They love to be challenged with tasks that make them think.
How soon can I bring my Blue Diamond Beabull Puppy Home?
Beabull pups start their last stage of development and can be weaned safely from their mothers when they are 7 weeks old. Separating the beabull puppy from his mother before he reaches 8 weeks old puts the puppy’s health at risk. So the best time to receive your puppy is after he turns 8 weeks old and has been weaned off their mother’s milk and are eating dry puppy food. This is the perfect time to start potty training and instill positive behavior in your new puppy. It also needs mentioning that you should invest in lots of chew and play toys for your pup to play with to keep them from getting bored.
What is the Lifespan of Beabulls
The average expected lifespan of a Beabull is 10-13 years.