Yes, pocket beagles shed a lot. They shed moderately most of the time, but they have two periods of heavy shedding a year, which means there will be a lot of dog fur floating around.
Pocket beagles have a double coat, which means that they have two layers of fur. This double coat helps protect them against changes in the weather.
Once the weather changes, their coat must change too. In the winter, they grow a warm undercoat, which is shed in the spring. They grow another coat during spring and summer which is shed in the fall.
During these shedding seasons, pocket beagles shed so much fur that you might see clumps of it blowing off in the wind. You can reduce the amount of hair in your house and on your furniture by brushing your pocket beagle once or twice a day during shedding season. With that said, you can’t stop the shedding entirely.