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An Alabama Department of Corrections K9, a male beagle, was shot and killed during an incident in 2014.
Uno became the first beagle named Westminster's best in show.
Will Markle’s beagle, Guy, make an appearance in his doggy Union Jack sweater?
Bigger than a muskrat and smaller than a beaver, nutria can grow up to 20 pounds – about the size of a small beagle.
Luna, a 2-year-old beagle mix, and former Barkus Dutchess, is Baker's constant companion.
That means, while humans need about 16 to 20 images a second to perceive continuous film, dogs need much more — closer to 70 images per second, or 80 in the case of beagles.
On his last day, former reporters there recalled, Mr. Simpson brought his dog, a dachshund-beagle mix named Irving, to join him in the office, loudly encouraging him to defecate near some editors.
Brockhoeft then pulled out his firearm and fired one shot at the dogs, who were still engaged in the attack on the beagle, Gresham said.
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