I bet some folks are saying to themselves, “What the hell is a Boglen Terrier?” Well, a Boglen Terrier is the name given to the breeding between a Beagle and a Boston Terrier. And, out of the 6 dogs I’ve owned, my Boglen is the best pet I’ve ever had! Why? Well, there are so many reasons. First of all, it comes down to his disposition. My 5-year-old gets along with all people, regardless of age. He loves to play with humans and other animals. But, he also knows when to chill (and take a nap). Secondly, while he is half Beagle, he never barks! Plus, he was extremely easy to house train! He was a great puppy, in general. Although, my only gripe is that he did like to chew things, and that was an issue up to about the age of a year (I just crated him when I wasn’t home). He has quite a nose on him, and will chase deer and rabbits if given the opportunity. That’s why I always walk him on a leash, or keep him in a fenced yard. Because the booger’s super-fast. When he scents something, he’ll sprint and will be hundreds of feet away (in a matter of seconds). I’m truly amazed at how fast he can run! Now, he doesn’t try to attack (or kill) what he’s chasing! He only wants to play. Like I said before: he gets along with all animals (including the 2 house cats he’s had as companions). Oh! One more thing! I’ve had absolutely no health issues with my dog (knock on wood). That’s something I can’t say about my previous pets. And when I search online, I don’t see where other Boglen owners are having any issues (and that’s a good thing). Anyhow, probably my most favorite trait, of my Boglen Terrier, is that he smiles! He’s a keeper, and I plan on getting the same breed for the rest of my life. I mean, what reader wouldn’t want a dog that tries to be a lapdog (but isn’t), licks his balls, and sometimes lets out a feral snort (like a piglet)? Now, excuse me while I go cuddle with my dog!
“Whoever said you can’t buy happiness forgot little puppies.” – Gene Hill