American Eagle Dog, American Eskimo and Beagle Mix : Appearance, Temperament, Behavior, Qualities, Training, Exercise, Health Issues, Picture, Height and Weight :
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American Eagle Dog

Overview of American Eagle Dog

American Eagle Dog dog breed is Hybrid dog cross between American Eskimo and Beagle. American Eagle Dog is Medium in size. Fur of American Eagle Dog is long and smooth . Basic origin of American Eagle Dog is none because American Eagle Dog is not a pure breed but it hybrid, cross between American Eskimo and Beagle.. American Eagle Dog is Good With Children and Good With Other Animals and Easiest to train is commonly Gentle, Excitable, Amiable, Determined, Intelligent. American Eagle Dog inherits most of qualities from beagle but in some varieties from American Eskimo.
American Eagle Dog is available in white or white with light cream colors..

Height and weight of American Eagle Dog

Adult Male of American Eagle Dog is about 22–25 lb (10–11 kg) and adult female of American Eagle Dog is about 20–23 lb (9–10 kg) in Weight.
Height of American Eagle Dog is commonly 13-16 in (33-41 cm).

Common Health Issues of American Eagle Dog

American Eagle Dog is a healthier breed like other hybrid breeds. However American Eagle Dog has tendency to suffer from some congenital disorders. .  

Appearance of American Eagle Dog

The coat of a American Eagle Dog is white or white with light cream colored markings. The American Eagle Dog's skin should be a pink or gray color. Their eyelids, gums, nose and foot pads should be black in color. Its Muzzle is like American Eskimo in many Varieties but like beagle in few. It has smaller fur than American Eskimo.

Working Class of American Eagle Dog

Basically American Eagle Dog is Companion dog but is also used as Watch and Guard dog.

Training of American Eagle Dog

American Eagle Dog require training in early age like other hybrid dogs. American Eagle Dog is easy to train.  It learns basic commands such as sit, stay, come easily. Behavior training is also very important for your American Eagle Dog.  Behavior training prevents and or corrects bad habits of your puppy or dog. Behavior and basic commands training for your American Eagle Dog should must on these lines. Do not get impatient. You will probably have to repeat the command many times. Never use negative reinforcement. Do not call your dog to come to you for punishment because this will teach your dog not to come on command. Be sure to keep any frustration out of the tone of your voice. If you feel yourself becoming frustrated, take a break. Your dog can sense this and will start to associate training with your unhappiness. You cannot hide your frustration from a dog. You cannot pretend. Dogs can feel human emotion, so stay relaxed, firm and confident.

Exercise and Fitness of American Eagle Dog

Daily exercise for your American Eagle Dog is important, dogs are living with human since thousands of years, wild dogs have challenges to survive so they work daily to find food, save food and themselves from other animals but companion dogs have nothing to do, they have ready food and couch to sit, which may affect their health, habits and activity.
Your American Eagle Dog is recommended Tuging,Running,Swimming regular according to its breed specific exercise requirements.

Behavior of American Eagle Dog with children and other pets

Good with children of all ages and pets of all sizes.

Special instructions related to your American Eagle Dog

They want to be with their human pack most of the time and can be a hazard if left alone on their own.

User's American Eagle Dog

Mossy (American Eagle Dog) by Kelsey:
25lbs, tri color, tail that curls over her back, erect ears, fur is very full on her neck, double coat, blows her coat twice a year, sheds constantly. Quiet, smart but often unmotivated to please, food driven, not good with recall off leash, digs, follows her nose, stand offish with strangers, not a cuddler, manipulative when she does want attention, cat like, often find her on the arms or backs of chairs

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