Boglen Terrier

Canis lupus

Last updated: April 16, 2021
Verified by: AZ Animals Staff

Boglen terriers are also occasionally known as boggles.



Boglen Terrier Scientific Classification

Kingdom
Animalia
Phylum
Chordata
Class
Mammalia
Order
Carnivora
Family
Canidae
Genus
Canis
Scientific Name
Canis lupus

Boglen Terrier Conservation Status

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Boglen Terrier Facts

Fun Fact
Boglen terriers are also occasionally known as boggles.
Temperament
Fun, friendly, and loyal
Diet
Omnivore

Boglen Terrier Physical Characteristics

Colour
  • Grey
  • Black
  • White
  • Brindle
Skin Type
Hair
Lifespan
10-13 years
Weight
40 lbs

Boglen Terrier as a Pet:

General Health
Energy Level
Shedability
Trainability
Intelligence
Tendency to Chew
Size
Family and kid friendliness
Yappiness / Barking
Moderate
Seperation Anxiety
Moderate
Preferred Temperature
Average climate
Exercise Needs
Moderate
Friendly With Other Dogs
Moderate
Pure bred cost to own
$1,000
Dog group
Terrier
Male weight
10-40 lbs
Female weight
10-35 lbs

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Boglen terriers are also known as “boggles”. However, because this name is also used to refer to a boxer and beagle mix, most breeders prefer to call them “boglens” instead.

Created by breeding a Boston terrier with a Beagle, the Boglen terrier is an adorable designer dog breed with a great personality. These dogs combine the Boston terrier’s playful and quirky traits with the good health and curious nature of the beagle. The result is a sweet and loveable terrier that instantly wins the hearts of dog owners around the world.

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Boglen terriers are loyal but stubborn dogs that love to follow their owners everywhere. Although you’ll need to give your Boglen a lot of attention, you’ll be rewarded by their devotion and their charming household antics.

Owning a Boglen Terrier: 3 Pros and Cons

Pros!Cons!
Apartment friendly! Boglen terriers are small dogs with even temperaments, making them a great choice for apartment living. Remember to take your dog out several times a day, and make sure there is room in your house for them to run around.Separation anxiety. Boglen terriers are very attached to their owners and don’t do well when left on their own. Luckily, these dogs are small enough to spend time at the office or accompany their owners on minor errands.
Less grooming! Boglen terriers have short coats and don’t shed very much, meaning that they require almost no brushing or grooming.Stubborn personality. The Boglen terrier is known for having an independent personality that can be difficult to work with. Be ready to spend plenty of time teaching your dog simple commands, and remember to refresh their training on a regular basis.
Few health issues! The Boglen terrier’s beagle genetics have made this breed significantly healthier than the Boston terrier. Experienced owners will be thrilled to find out that Boglens don’t have the breathing problems or eye issues that typically plague Boston terriers.Loves to eat. Boglen terriers are very food-motivated dogs. Although this trait isn’t necessarily negative, owners should be aware that their small dog is prone to obesity. You can combat this problem with portion control and plenty of exercise.
Beagle Boston Terrier mix dog, Boglen terrier, while Hiking Nihahi Ridge Kananaskis Country Alberta Canada

Boglen Terrier Size and Weight

Boglen terriers are small to medium-sized dogs with long legs, floppy ears, and slightly scrunched faces. The weight of your Boglen terrier will largely depend on whether their genetics favor the beagle or Boston terrier side of the family. Beagles are slightly larger and stand taller at the shoulder, while Boston terriers are small and stocky dogs. Either way, you can expect your Boglen terrier to weigh between 10 and 40 pounds and to stand about 11 to 17 inches tall.

Height (male)12-17 inches
Height (female)11-15 inches
Weight (male)15-40 lbs
Weight (female)10-35 lbs

Boglen Terrier Common Health Issues

Boston terriers are known for suffering from a variety of health issues, including breathing problems and severe eye issues. Because they have beagle genetics, Boglen terriers aren’t nearly as susceptible to either of these concerns. However, they are still at risk for obesity, minor eye infections, joint dysplasia, and skin allergies. When you take your Boglen terrier to the vet, ask the doctor to check for:

  • Ear infections
  • Eye infections
  • Skin allergies
  • Joint dysplasia
  • Obesity
  • Patellar luxation

Boglen Terrier Temperament

Boglen terriers are known for being sweet, fun, and interactive dogs with vibrant personalities. These pups share many of the same mellow and sympathetic personality traits that beagles are known for. However, they also exhibit the same stubborn, independent, and no-nonsense behavior that’s signature to the Boston terrier. Because this is a designer dog breed, every Boglen terrier will be a little bit different; however, you can expect them to be friendly, loyal, and completely endearing in every way.

Although they are strong-willed, Boglen terriers aren’t completely attentive dogs. Expect training to be a slow and lighthearted process with a focus on basic commands and general attachment to the owner. Once you’ve established a pattern of obedience, you’ll come to find your Boglen terrier’s stubborn personality adorable and heartwarming. These dogs might not be destined to perform tricks, but they are loving and attached members of their families.

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How to Take Care of a Boglen Terrier

Boglen terriers are sweet dogs that need plenty of love and attention. Be prepared to take your Boglen terrier with you everywhere; they love to follow their owners around and explore the outside world.

Boglen Terrier Food and Diet

Boglen terriers may be active dogs, but they also love to overeat. Start by finding high-quality dog food that’s intended for small breeds. Then, consult with your vet to find an amount of food that won’t make your Boglen terrier overweight. You can also choose to make homemade dog food out of lean meats and vegetables; just remember that your Boglen terrier is a small dog who only needs tiny to moderate portions. Keeping your dog’s weight down is a great way to improve their energy levels and overall lifespan.

Boglen Terrier Maintenance and Grooming

One of the main advantages of adopting a Boglen terrier is that this breed is incredibly low maintenance. These dogs are not prone to shedding and don’t need trips to the groomer to keep their coats in order. In general, expect to brush and bathe your Boglen terrier on a monthly basis. You should also trim their nails, brush their teeth, and check their ears and eyes for infections.

Boglen Terrier Training

Boglen terriers are playful but stubborn dogs that can be difficult to train. For best results, start training early while your Boglen terrier is still a puppy. Keep training sessions short; after about twenty minutes, your dog may become distracted. Focus on simple commands, and be prepared to repeat the same exercise 80-100 times before your dog is comfortable following your orders. Once your Boglen knows what to do, refresh their training at least twice a week to help them remember their commands.

Boglen Terrier Exercise

Boglen terriers are active dogs that need a moderate to a high amount of exercise. Because these are small dogs, they can burn most of their energy by running around the house. However, you should still take them on a scheduled 30-minute walk at least once a day. If your Boglen terrier is engaging in destructive behaviors like pawing or chewing, consider increasing the amount of exercise until your dog is tired and relaxed.

Boglen Terrier Puppies

Boglen terrier puppies are sweet and inquisitive. These dogs like to wander and explore, so make sure to watch your Boglen puppy at all times to keep them out of trouble. Even when they get older, you will get the best results if you bring your Boglen terrier with you instead of leaving them at home by themselves.

Boglen Terriers and Children

Boglen terriers are sweet and playful dogs, but they are also very small. Although they get along well with older children, these dogs should not be left unsupervised with small children who do not understand how to respect a dog’s boundaries. Keep an eye on your Boglen during social situations, and be sure to rescue them if you notice that they’re getting tired or irritated.

Dogs Similar to Boglen Terriers

Boglen terriers are small dogs with great personalities. If you’re looking for something similar, try adopting one of the parent breeds or another beagle hybrid.

  • Boston Terrier – Spunky and lovable, the Boston terrier is a classic dog that makes a great family pet.
  • Beagle – Beagles are friendly and inquisitive dogs that are the perfect companions for an active lifestyle.
  • Poogle – The Poogle has all of the best features of a beagle combined with the hypoallergenic coat of a miniature poodle.

Popular names for Boglen terriers include:

  • Lily
  • Rosie
  • Daisy
  • Toby
  • Harley
  • Frankie
  • Ollie
  • Sammy
  • Murphy
  • Tucker
  • Tracy
  • Hunter

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Boglen Terrier FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) 

What is a Boglen terrier?

A Boglen terrier is a designer dog breed created by mixing a beagle with a Boston terrier. Boglen terriers are small to medium-sized dogs with floppy ears, squished faces, and the beagle’s signature coat pattern.

How much do Boglen terriers cost to own?

The average price of a Boglen terrier is between $600 and $1,000. Because both beagles and Boston terriers are expensive purebred dogs, you can expect the price of your Boglen terrier to change based on the pedigree of the individual parents. A higher price may also be associated with more reliable characteristics and better temperament.

Are boglen terriers good with kids?

Boglen terriers are friendly dogs, but they’re too small for sustained interactions with children. Keep an eye on your Boglen if you have kids around, and be sure to break up the interaction when your dog starts to get tired.

How long do boglen terriers live?

Bolgen terriers are small dogs with a lifespan between 10 and 13 years. You can improve your Boglen terrier’s lifespan by watching their diet, making sure they get plenty of exercise, and taking them to the vet on a regular basis.

Do boglen terriers shed?

Boglen terriers are short-haired dogs with a low amount of natural shedding. However, because they do shed lightly, these adorable pups are not considered to be hypoallergenic.

Do boglen terriers bark a lot?

Although Boston Terriers are quiet dogs, beagles traditionally communicate by barking. This means that your Boglen terrier is likely to try to vocalize frequently. However, if your puppy is properly trained, you shouldn’t expect your dog to bark incessantly or exhibit other anxious behaviors.

How big do boglen terriers get?

Boglen terriers are small dogs that typically weigh between 10 to 40 dogs. The size of your dog will depend on which parent’s genetics they receive; if they take after their beagle parent, they will likely be significantly larger.

Are boglen terriers good pets?

Boglen terriers are sweet and fun dogs that make excellent pets. Remember that these high-energy canines need plenty of attention, training, and exercise.

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