Glechon

History

The Glechon dog is a designer cross between a Beagle and Bichon Frise. They are long known to be great family companions just like their parent breeds and just like most Hybrid dogs; they possess most of their characters and behavioral traits from their parent breeds.

Physical Appearance

They are typically small dogs weighing between 10-22 pounds, they have wiry fur, which in most cases doesn’t shed. Their ears are floppy taking the side of the Beagle, and the snout is short just like that of the Bichon Frise. The most common colors are red, white, black and tan or the mix of these colors. They have a sturdy body that rests proportionately with their legs. Their tails are long and so is their muzzle. The large, curious eyes set amidst on their round head which adds their charming look.

Temperament

The Glechons are a breed of high intelligence, affectionate and gamesome dogs that frequently displays love and fondness to their owners, friends, and the whole family members. They are sometimes very stubborn especially when they put their nose on the ground. They love to play with and around children and are not very alert to strangers. If properly trained from puppyhood, they are very obedient dogs and can be used as a tracking dog because of their strong sense of scents.

Health

The Glechons are generally healthy dog and are not susceptible to many illnesses, but just like their parent breeds, asthma may attach them.

Glechon