Redbone Coonhound dog breed

Redbone Coonhound breed facts

Redbone Coonhound are a hunting dog breed. They are scent hounds that can be used for both tracking and hunting. has a sense of smell that surpasses many other breeds.

The redbone coonhound comes across as a very intelligent type of dog. The dog thrives best when doing tasks that involve mental challenges.

Many dogs sheds a lot, but this is not something that can be claimed onredbone coonhound. Easy care of the coat is one of several advantages of this breed.

The redbone coonhound dog should be a pleasure to to exercise with, but individual differences in the type of dog is expected. The breed are often focused in what it is doing, and easy to deal with. A type of dog thrive in the woods, or on long air trips and is often a good companion. The breed have a great need for exercise, it will be best if the person responsible for the dog are active as well.

Although aggression toward other dogs is not characteristic of the breed, such individual characteristics occur. The breed referred to as child-friendly, but remember: Small children and dogs should never be left alone together! There is no such thing as a children-friendly dog, adult supervision is always recommended. As distant descendants of the wolf this breed still have some strong instincts. It has been argued that they drool a whole deal, so avoid this breed if you think this may be a problem (a human problem that is, the dogs are fine!).

Some have argued that this breed bark more than other breeds, but this will probably also much depends on the dog. The breeds love bark. They love bark, and instinct here is sometimes so strong that it is easier to learn to like these sounds than to teach your dog to stop howling and barking. Some redbone coonhound are known to run away from their owners as soon as they get the opportunity.

The dog breed's appearance: A redbone coonhound is a interesting race medium-length coat, and a dog that everyone should experience at least once.

Health: The health problems for redbone coonhounds varies and varies between individuals. Reported health issues are hypothyroidism, otherwise common disorders and other general common diseases in dogs.

Other facts about the breed: The redbone coonhound comes from United States. Redbone Coonhound puppies can be purchased online, but the selection of puppies is not always the best. Redbone Coonhounds were initially bred for tracking and treeing raccoons, trail and treeing bear, cougar, and bobcat.

Classification: American Kennel Club places the breed in the group «miscellaneous class». United Kennel Club files the breed in the category «scenthound».

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