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Redbone Coonhound: History, Temperament, Exercise
Also Known As: Reds
About Redbone Coonhound
Country of Origin, History of the breed
The Redbone Coonhound is
an American breed. It was developed in Georgia
in the 1800s from Foxhounds and Bloodhounds.
A General Description
of the Dog
The Redbone Coonhound is
a handsome, robust and strong coonhound. It
has a clean, well-modeled head, with a medium
stop between the brow and nose. The long,
hanging ears extend to the tip of the nose
when the dog is following a scent. The tail
is held upright. The paws are compact and
cat-like, with thick, strong pads. The skin
is a rich red color. The coat is short, shiny
and smooth, lays flat, and comes in red, and
red with a little white.
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Height: 21-27 inches (53-66 cm.)
Weight: 50-70 pounds (23-32 kg.)
Temperament of the Breed
The Redbone Coonhound is happy,
surprisingly affectionate, kind, even-tempered and
very good with children. It has a loud, pleasant-sounding
bark and unyielding stamina. It loves being with
its people and has a strong desire to please its
master. They are hotter-nosed, able to locate, alert,
agile and quick with a natural instinct for hunting,
trailing and treeing. When used on game, Redbones
often hunt in packs. Redbones are known to make
excellent water dogs.
How active is the breed?
This breed demands vigorous exercise
and needs to be taken out on long daily walks. They
take a longer time to train than some other breeds,
because they mature more slowly both physically
and mentally. It is not difficult to train the breed
to follow scent and tree a quarry. As with all hounds,
this breed should be watched closely off leash since
they have a tendency to roam and a reputation for
chasing small creatures such as cats. Puppies like
to chew on nearly anything, and can be fairly destructive,
but a simple month to year of training should stop
Suitable for apartment
The Redbone Coonhounds will do
okay in an apartment if they are sufficiently exercised.
They are relatively inactive indoors and will do
best with at least a large yard. Their all-weather
coat allows them to live and sleep outdoors and
work in all kinds of terrain.
As this breed is a light shedder,
an occasional brushing will suffice.
A healthy and hardy breed that
has very few known diseases. The most common are
hip dysplasia and obesity.
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