3 Months Beagle: Appearance and Feeding, Health and Care


3-months old Beagle puppy is a small and curious creature whose life spins around play, sleep and meal. During this time, it is crucial for a dog owner to provide a puppy with all necessary things to make a dog strong and healthy.

How to take care of 3-months Beagle puppy? Today we will try to give you answers on this important issue.

Appearance and Feeding

Healthy Beagle puppy in its 3 months should weigh about 6 kilos, and its size is approximately 30 cm height at the shoulder. A puppy with a sound health should have a silky and shining coat, clean and bright eyes. It should be active and do not refuse eating 4-5 times a day.

A daily diet for 3-months Beagle puppy should contain a significant amount of proteins – 55-60%, slightly more, than for 2-months puppy. The main source of proteins for a puppy is still read and white meat that should be fed slightly boiled: soft beef, veal, mutton, turkey meat and rabbit flesh without bones.

Be careful! Never feed your Beagle with chicken or pork.

15-20% of an overall diet should consist of starches – the best source of “right” complex starches are in cereals. The best cereals for a Beagle’s puppy correct development are buckwheat and rice.

Warning! Never feed your puppy with pearl barley – it will lead to diarrhea.

In 3 month dairy products still play a very significant role in a daily diet of a puppy. 35% of a puppy diet should be made of curds, yoghurt, cream and milk. One can mix curds with yoghurt, for example.

Fresh vegetables (carrot, cabbage, sugar beet, pumpkin) should contain 10-15% of a small Beagle daily diet that are able to enrich puppy’s body with some necessary vitamins, microelements and sugars.

Recommendation: a dog owner should feed a 3-months Beagle puppy 4-5 times a day at intervals of 3-3.5 hours.
Advice: it is highly recommended to add special vitamins for puppies to a daily diet, since even the most well-balances diet is not able to provide a puppy with all necessary substances.

Health and Care

Your 3-months Beagle puppy was vaccinated in 2.5 months, so, there is a high time for your puppy revaccination with the same vaccine to make its immune system resistible towards dangerous diseases.

The next immunization is planned when your puppy will be 6 months’ old. So, at this point, you should carefully check your 3-months Beagle’s health: protect it against ticks and fleas, each month treat it against worms, clean puppy’s ears and eyes with special cleaning solutions.

Be careful! If you have noticed some allergic reaction on your puppy’s skin or eyes, or your puppy do not want to eat or drink, or if its overall condition is sluggish or unhealthy more than 3 days after revaccination – immediately consult with your vet doctor. Remember, that puppies under 1 year are still have vulnerable immune system.


Take 4-5 walks a day in 30 minutes after each meal (for 10 minutes) and do not overstrain a puppy with active games. A walk before sleep should be the most long to provide your puppy with healthy sleep (15-20 minutes).

A puppy is still too young to undergo some special training which starts from 1 year, as a rule. You just can proceed with slightly breaking of the habit of relieving a puppy at home and do it outdoors. Another important thing is to proceed teaching a puppy a command “stop that!”, “don’t do that!” when it is going to do something unpleasant. Also, you should consolidate other basic commands like “sit!”, “heel!”, etc. in a playful manner.


3 months is the age during which a dog owner should be very responsible and responsive towards a puppy: well-balanced diet, frequent walks with moderate activity, in-time vet examinations and revaccination are very important during this period.

Take care of your Beagle puppy since the very beginning to make your dog sound and healthy.

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Author of 1001doggy.com Silvia Brown
Written by Silvia Brown
Glad to see you, my friends! I started this blog several years ago as a hobby and continue to write articles about dogs.
I'm a dog lover and the proud owner of two wonderful dogs: French Bulldog Maya and Beagle Tom. It's been more than 10 years since I had a dogs and worked closely with them. I've raised four dogs throughout my life and have experience assisting in the births of two dogs. At least once a week, I volunteer with friends at a dog shelter AMA Animal Rescue and Animal Care Centers of NYC in NY.
Medically reviewed by Awilda Rodriguez, DVM on October 19th, 2016,

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