Our puppies are worldwide. - BUYING YOUR BEAGLE PUPPY-FACTS
Bizarte Beagles- KC Assured and Licensed - Fabulous beagles of distinction for Quality Pet or Show
 
 Please read all the information here to help you decide which breeder 

to buy from.....NEVER buy from a Puppy Farm.

Always make sure you can see the Mum with her puppies or in  photo's 
if buying from abroad.GOOD breeders are always happy to show you everything and are proud to do so(sometimes we drone on a bit!)
 
Decker and daughter----Our Beagles are and have....
Decker and daughter----Our Beagles are and have....
the softest of temperaments,as close as possible to Breed Standards and Healthy!This is what to look for in choosing your Beagle Puppy and all this comes from a good breeder.
Setting the standard ......
Beagles come in various colour combinations-here is an 'Open or Broken Tri-colour' but the KC Breed Standard is what you need to look for.
Setting the standard ......
Here is a 'Faded Tri-colour'
Here is a 'Faded Tri-colour'
And a 'Blanket Tri-colour'
And a 'Blanket Tri-colour'
The Tan And White
The Tan And White
And the Lemon And White
And the Lemon And White
  Are you ready for a Beagle? from us.When choosing your Beagle which Breeder? Why?   Well the answers simple really -buy the best you can afford even if you only want a pet,why? because the nearer the breed standard -and the price may reflect this - the health tests undertaken and the care of the parents and puppies will deliver to you a sound healthy even tempered individual.There are many KC Breeders and these you will find on The Kennel Club website but some of these may be back yard breeders or 'puppy farms' there is no guarantee.Look under 'Assured' Breeders and you know you have found a reputable breeder.These breeders like ourselves have undergone strict regulation visits from the KC and abide by certain criteria,(if you look under The Assured Breeder Scheme on the KC web site)Also every breeder should hold a Licence (from their council for the Sale Of Dogs Act) again the premises and code of practice would be checked out before issue of a Licence(we have!).A good breeder will endeavour to breed only healthy stock and from such,so look for the Health Tests and ask your chosen breeder.These are genetic tests for certain known diseases that Beagle may carry.See Beagle Health on the web.So once you have found your breeder and they may be a long way from home-then you must be suitable to own and look after A Beagle. 1)Do you work from home/part-time/retired.2)are their any children and what ages.3)Have you had a Beagle or another breed of dog before 4)are you capable and have the time to exercise regularly5) are you prepared to train,socialise your puppy6)is your home a show-home or are you more relaxed about paw prints etc.7)Is your garden a reasonable size and are you prepared for digging,wee-ing and poops etc.8)do you like to travel abroad as you will have to get care for you Beagle9) He/She will be a member of the family and will like to be included and not left for hours at home is this you?---------When all things have been considered then go ahead and find your beloved friend who will repay you in love and fun for years to come-don't forget a 'cheap' Beagle will probably cost more to keep long term than a well bred one!DO NOT PURCHASE FROM PUPPY FARMS OR BACK YARD BREEDERS! you will only add to the long term health issues -buying and therefore funding these keeps them in business.ALSO look out and be aware of various people breeding who have no Affix (ours is Bizarte) registered with the Kennel Club.I pay an annual fee to do so.If they have none the puppies will not be KC Registered and you may have a puppy registered with other clubs and have the paperwork but this is no indication of pure-breed Beagle and your purchase could well be a crossbreed!Very hard to tell when pups are small the breed characteristics if you are not skilled.You can usually tell by the cost-a good Beagle will start at £850 upwards and you will find on the internet lots that are cheaper-this is because of the above and the costs are cheaper to produce.DO NOT BUY from these breeders as A) You will not know the pedigree(relatives)-the paperwork could well be false---recently I have seen some-one breeding in Sutton/Surrey with an Affix printed on the Pedigree that belongs to a TOP Breeder in the US but spelt slightly differently-this would never be allowed-and is mis-leading also using a club that is called KC-Kennel Certificate-again very misleading--buyer beware. These beagles are not Reg with the uk Kennel Club....they cannot as no Affix and mixed breeding!B)Healthwise and Breed Standard-------you might as well blow in the wind>Your new purchase -your new member of your family will live up to 15 years(average) so it makes sense to make a sound judgement regarding investment.