Beagle (10/10)


The history of the Beagle breed begins with the time of William the Conqueror, who brought Talbot dogs to England in 1066. These now-extinct dogs are the ancestors of the modern beagle, as well as the ancestors of modern fox terriers. In the following centuries, small hounds were very popular among the nobility, some of which were so miniature that they were called "glove hounds".

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