The pup should not be doing well on solid food and since he is spending less time nursing, he will be exploring his new world.
They will be much more independent now, wanting to put that amazing nose to good use as they follow scents around the home. If it has not been done yet, now is the time to puppy proof the house. All small objects should be placed out of reach, cabinets should have locks on them and an owner should scan the floor every day for any objects that could potentially be mouthed can swallowed. This can be anything from a penny to a small sock.
The baby Beagle is now not only walking but running around the house. They are becoming familiar with where items are placed. On a fully solid diet now, food and water bowls should be put in 1 area and not moved. It is important hat they know exactly where to go to for their needs.
can begin at this time, however one must understand that the puppy's bowel and bladder muscles are not fully formed....and won't be for several months. However, training must start at some point and at 7 weeks old, a pup can be led outside for their needs.