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Uploaded: October 13, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: April 20, 2010
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I think it is time to do another tutorial on one of Americas favorite pets. I will now show you “how to draw a beagle", step by step”. The beagle is a cute small version of a foxhound. They are robust dogs that have square shaped bodies, and long shaped heads. Beagles also have big brown eyes and should look like they are well apart. These dogs also have wide shaped ears that are not only long, but they sit low as well. There are many stories on how the temperament of a beagle is. I have heard that they are vicious little hound dogs that bark and go after people all the time, and I have also heard that the beagle is a loving dog that loves people. The truth is, beagles are very gentle animals that have a sweet disposition. They are also very curious animals and very lively. The next time you see a beagle look at the tail, you will notice that these dogs love wagging their tails because they are extremely social dogs. What I love most about the beagle is their bark. Instead of a regular dog bark, these pooches let out these howls of a bark especially when they are being used for hunting purposes. Because they are social animals, the beagle is excellent with children and even other dogs. Of course all of these wonderful facts are a reality when you treat and train a beagle the right way. You can’t expect this dog to be a gentile k-9 if you abuse, or mistreat the dog, and this goes for all dogs not just the beagle. I have a German shepherd and she is absolutely fantastic. I love her so much. Well I think I should go now so you can tackle this lesson on “how to draw a beagle, step by step. I will be back in a little bit so keep your eyes peeled for more drawing fun. Peace peeps!