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The Beagle (Japanese: ビーグル Bīguru) is a breed of dog available in Nintendogs and Nintendogs + Cats

Breed Information

Official artwork of the Beagle

Modern Beagles are actually a type of hound that originated around 1830. They were used by the English in the hunting of rabbits, particularly for sport. In terms of keen smell, their noses are second only to the Bloodhound. Beagles are very obedient, but they are also incredibly playful; as family pets, they have lots of energy.

Beagles are a large part of popular culture; Snoopy from the Peanuts comic strip, Grape Ape's companion Beegle Beagle, and the superhero Underdog are such examples.

The Beagle is the dog breed most often used for animal testing due to its calm and gentle temperament.

In-Game Description

Nintendogs and Nintendogs + Cats:   "Although small in stature, this sporting English breed boasts a densely muscled frame."

Unlocking the Beagle


Chihuahua & Friends Obtain 16,000 Trainer Points
Labrador & Friends Obtain 14,000 Trainer Points
Dachshund & Friends Starter Breed
Dalmatian & Friends Starter Breed
Best Friends Starter Breed
Chihuahua & FriendsJA Starter Breed
Shiba Inu & FriendsJA Obtain 17,000 Trainer Points
Dachshund & FriendsJA Obtain 2,000 Trainer Points

Nintendogs + Cats

Toy Poodle & New Friends Obtain 3,400 Owner Points
Play for 15 days in a row
Golden Retriever & New Friends Starter Breed
French Bulldog & New Friends Obtain 3,400 Owner Points
Play for 15 days in a row

In Nintendogs

Beagles in Nintendogs come in three color options: Tricolor (with and without a white blaze) or Lemon & White.

In Nintendogs + Cats

In Nintendogs + Cats, the Beagle comes in Tricolor and Lemon & White. Beagles are one of the easiest dogs to train in this installment of Nintendogs.

If the player selects "Surprise Me!" they may find:

  • a white Beagle
  • a dark brown Beagle
  • a gray Beagle
  • a copper Beagle
  • a piebald Beagle


DLC neighbor L Johnson with his Beagle, Him


Nintendogs + Cats


  • Nintendogs uses the beta model of the Beagle as a placeholder for dog breeds that lack a model, such as the Maltese (and in the Japanese version the Golden Retriever).



Nintendogs + Cats