A Boggle is a hybrid dog developed from a Boxer and a Beagle. They are also referred to as Bogels and Beagle Box doggies.
Whatever you choose to call them, there is no denying the fact that these dogs are incredibly adorable. Here is a bit more on the physical appearance of a Boxer Beagle Mix so you know what to look forward to.
Size And Proportions
Boggles fall somewhere between Beagles and Boxers in terms of their size. They measure 23 to 30 inches in height and weigh about 50 to 60 lbs. This makes them medium-to-large dogs.
In terms of built, Boxer Beagle Mixes have a compact and often proportional build. However, it is possible that they could have the lean and elongated torso that purebred Boxers are known for.
The coat type on a Boggle is probably the most predictable of their physical traits as both Beagles and Boxers have a similar short, smooth, and dense coat. The Boggle mix will have the same coat which sheds moderately as you will see when we get into grooming needs.
Colors And Patterns
Beagle Boxer mixes come in a wide variety of colors and patterns. They may have a single tone coat, in which case colors like black, white, and tan or brown are the most commonly observed.
They may also have a two-tone or three-tone coat similar to the Tricolor Beagle with a combination of white, black, and brown being the most common.
Finally, your Boggle may also have special patterns like piebald, sable, or brindle coats.
Facial And Skull Features
The facial and skull features also vary greatly depending on which parent the Beagle Boxer mixed doggy takes after. They may have wide features with a short and flattened snout like the Boxer.
They can also have a narrower face and skull with a long and tapered snout like the Beagle. As for the ears, most Boggles have large, droopy ears.