As outlined previously, Boglen Terriers are a breed produced by mixing Beagles and Boston Terriers. Combining these two breeds, we get a pooch with a combination of goofy nature and strong prey drive.
Because of inheriting strong prey drives from Beagles, Boglen Terriers can sometimes serve as hunting dogs.
However, when it comes to their physical appearance, they are opposite to what a hunting dog should exactly look like. Boglen Terriers do not possess strong physiques, as they belong to small dog breeds.
Well, their signature appearance comprises smooth coat, long legs, and floppy ears. Since Beagle Terrier Mixes have small figures, they are a good choice for owners living in apartments.
The pattern of Boglen Terriers’ coat remains similar to as Beagles’ with furthermore addition of some color patches taken in inheritance from Boston Terriers. Boglen Terrier’s smooth coats always come up in a two-color combination while always having white being one.
You will generally find Boglen Terriers in colors, such as brindle and white, brown and white, or sometimes black and white.
Size And Weight
The genetic parents of Boglens are quite different from each other in terms of size. Beagle parents are usually a bit larger than Boston Terrier parents. Since the difference between the two is significant, predicting the size of a Boglen Terrier can be somehow difficult.
Anyhow, the average size of male Boglen Terriers ranges between 12 to 17 inches, however, female Boglens get a height of something between 11 to 15 inches. Besides, these small breed pooches weigh around 10 to 40 lbs.