Pocket Beagles USA is a well-respected, state inspected kennel operated on a 40-acre pecan farm in Texas. We raise all of our own purebred pocket beagles. Our family of three handles and plays with each baby daily. We are not a “satellite” breeder. We personally have a relationship with each puppy that we have for sale on our site and have both parents on the farm.Here at Pocket Beagles USA you will receive sincere attention to the details of your pocket beagle purchase. We want every step to be insuring and delightful for you. There is never a comparable excitement to that of receiving a new baby puppy.Please feel free to browse through our site. We have a lot of wonderful questions and answers on our Frequently Asked Questions page. You can learn about our purchasing process on the How to Purchase page as well as view any available babies that we may have on the Our Babies page. Be sure to check out Testimonials page of testimonials from our previous customers. Do not miss all of the cute photos on our Brag Page of families and puppies that were purchased here at Pocket Beagles USA. Disclaimer: Pocket Beagles USA takes great pride in being able to give you a 100% guarantee that we raise purebred pocket beagles! Our beagles are not of any relation to the “Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagles!” We do not support their practice of crossing Dachshunds with beagles to make a smaller breed. If you would like to learn more about their practices feel free to Google the name of the founder of the Queen Elizabeth Pocket Beagle Breed. Hope that you enjoy your time here exploring our webpages,The Hedges Family
What is a Licensed Kennel?
A Licensed kennel must undergo a yearly inspection. The inspector will check every record that must be kept on file for each dog. He/she will inspect the facility with a fine tooth comb while going through pages and pages of check lists making sure that all standards are met. The kennel must pay an annual registration fee in order to be licensed. Selling more than twenty puppies without a license is illegal. Puppies must be at least eight weeks of age before leaving a kennel--this is the law!