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10 Famous Beagles from Around the World (with Pictures)

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The Beagle is a popular dog breed that’s loved by many around the world. While they may be compact, they have big and spunky personalities that bring a lot of joy, laughter, and entertainment to people around them.

So, it’s no surprise that many famous Beagles have made their way into movies, books, and television shows. Some Beagles even have social media accounts with tens of thousands of followers. Let’s get to know some of these globally famous Beagles.

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The 10 Famous Beagles from Around the World

1.  Snoopy

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Image Credit: PilotBrent, Pixabay

Snoopy is probably the most iconic and famous Beagle in the world. He first debuted on October 4, 1950, and his original drawings were inspired by one of Charles M. Schulz’s own dogs, Spike.

Snoopy first started as a small dog that got adopted by Charlie Brown, but he’s now more famous than his owner in some parts of the world. He has a rich imagination, and many comic strip stories revolve around his fantasies and imaginary adventures.


2. Shiloh

Shiloh is a famous character in the Newbery Medal-winning novel, Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. This book was inspired by true events when Naylor had run into an abused Beagle during a trip to West Virginia. Fortunately, both Shiloh and the real Beagle were met with happy endings with new families.

The novel won several prestigious honors, and a movie adaptation was eventually filmed and released in 1996. Two sequels were made and released in 1999 and 2006 respectively.


3. Underdog/Shoeshine

Underdog is an animated cartoon series about a Beagle with superpowers. The show first aired in 1964 and continued to air as a syndicated series until 1973. It was one of the first Saturday morning cartoons to air for children.

This television series follows a humble Beagle named Shoeshine Boy. Whenever villains appeared, he would dash into a telephone booth and transform into his heroic alter-ego, Underdog.

In 2007, a live-action reboot movie was released. Unfortunately, the film received a low approval rating. However, Underdog still has a loyal fanbase of people who enjoy nostalgic pop culture.


4. Brain

Brain is a character in the Inspector Gadget franchise. He’s a shy yet loyal Beagle that belongs to Penny, Inspector Gadget’s niece. Brain is extremely intelligent and usually helps Penny out with Inspector Gadget’s missions.

Brain is also a master of disguise and often wears costumes to avoid getting detected by Inspector Gadget. His main role in the series is to try to keep Inspector Gadget safe secretly, but he often gets mistaken as a villain in many episodes.


5. Lou

Lou is the main character in the 2001 film, Cats & Dogs. He’s an adorable Beagle puppy that was initially overlooked and received his name after he was called a “loser.” Throughout the first movie, Lou becomes increasingly involved with a secret dog agent organization and ends up saving the world.

Fans of the Cats & Dogs franchise get to watch Lou grow from being a naïve puppy to a heroic adult dog through the first film and its sequel. Though the first movie received mixed reviews, there’s no denying that its CGI effects were advanced for its time, and the film received a few prestigious nominations.


6. Maymo

Maymo is one of the most famous real-life Beagles in the world. His Instagram account has over 187,000 followers, and his YouTube channel has an even more impressive number of 11.3 million subscribers. Maymo’s videos have millions of views, and they’ve also been featured in major TV shows and websites.

Viewers will fall in love with Maymo’s silly personality. You can quickly lose track of time as you watch Maymo and his dog friends in comedic sketches and unscripted videos.


7. Marvel

Marvel is a wonderful Beagle that lives in France. He’s a brave Beagle that likes to skateboard and live an active lifestyle. His Instagram page is filled with photos and videos of him going on excursions, hanging out with his friends, and living his best life as a superhero dog.

If you’re interested in teaching your own dog how to skate, Marvel has a YouTube tutorial video that demonstrates a step-by-step training process.


8. Frida

Frida is a German Beagle born in August 2015. She has an Instagram page with over 43,000 followers, and it’s sure to bring a smile to your face.

You’ll find many cute photos of Frida being sweet and gentle. However, Frida also has a goofy side to her. She has many silly photos that often catch her standing in funny poses or comical facial expressions. Scrolling through her account will make you laugh and brighten up your day.


9. Tosha

Tosha is an adorable Beagle that lives in Geneva, Switzerland. You can find plenty of photos of him sleeping and dozing off, but he has spurts of energy and can be seen getting into antics and zooming and running around.

It appears that Tosha enjoys traveling as well. There are many photos of him visiting different parts of the world, and many of these photos have beautiful and scenic landscapes in the background.


10. Klaus

Klaus has over 36,000 followers on Instagram. There are many photos of him lounging around and enjoying an easygoing lifestyle. However, don’t be fooled by his gentle demeanor and sleepy eyes.

Klaus is also a very active dog, and you can find videos of him enjoying a nice swim. He also enjoys pointing with a pack of dogs and can be seen going on outdoor excursions with other hounds and pointers.

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Conclusion

There’s no denying that people love Beagles. These adorable hounds can be seen everywhere and bring smiles to so many faces. So, if you’re having a rough day and need a moment of happiness, just check out these famous Beagles. They’ll shine a little light and brighten up your day.


Featured Image Credit: New Africa, Shutterstock

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