It is thought that a Beaguile's coat will vary in coloration depending upon when the creature is hatched. Beaguiles that are hatched closer to dawn will often exhibit a coat that is predominately full of bright, warmer colors while those hatched near dusk tend to have a much darker, cooler color scheme. Curiously, regardless of the initial ratio, the dawn and dusk coloration will both reach an equilibrium as the puppy grows older.
Beaguiles are so finely attuned to the art of timekeeping that they are commonly raised on farmlands as working creatures to keep track of and assist with the many associated tasks. Their baying is so loud, clocking in at over an average of 90 decibels, that it can be easily heard from up to several miles away on quieter nights. This particular quirk makes them a "living alarm clock" that can be overheard by any farmhand across the acreages.
Extraordinarily, Beaguiles are capable of altering the biological clock of nearby creatures and humans and can notably disrupt eating and sleeping patterns. This uncanny ability to alter another being's biological clock or time perception has since earned this dog species the tongue-in-cheek nickname of "Time's Best Friend".