Redbone Coonhound

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Redbone Coonhound

Overview

Redbone Coonhound is a striking, vigorous and sturdy coonhound, originally bred as a hunting dog, Redbone Coonhound is also an outstanding cohort and family pet. Redbone Coonhound are known for its sparking red coat as well as a multirole working dog that has an ability to hunt and swim over a wide range of terrain with a good steady speed and agility. It is endowed with a natural treeing attribution and can track games including raccoons to cougars. It is a flexible hunting dog with nice but cold nose. It can be a good choice for those who like a dedicated and honest hunting dog with a diversity in working capability. It can able to trail. Moreover, the Redbone Coonhounds likes the company of their human family but it not shows overt stubbornness. It is most often referred as a very sociable and mild nature breed with some cares throughout the world. It is an affectionate dog and possesses a much sweetened sound of bark. It loves to be around or within family. If it brought up indoors from their puppyhood can come harmonious with family life. It is natural hunting dog that can follow scent and tree a prey. Like other coonhounds can be alert, very quick and capable to work in all types of weathers even in much difficult lands, mountains and terrain. It can be an even tempered and easy to train dog in homes. Though, the breed is very eager to please the owner but it may get frustration with conventional training. The breed can be amenable to the traditional training. However, the redbone Coonhound may come together with children dogs and other household animals that are not too small. Redbone coonhound may adapt apartment livings if exercised adequately, relatively inactive indoors and can work well at least with large yard. The all weather coat of the dog permit him to stay and sleep outdoors and do jobs in all kinds of terrain. It will need an ample amount of physical exertion and mental stimulations. It needs to be taken on daily long walk, jog or running. Being a natural hunting dog it can tend to run off and hunt if not kept enclosed during exercise it can escape. The short and smooth coat of the Redbone Coonhound needs occasional brushing and time to time bathing. The breed is light shedder. Generally, Redbones are healthy dogs but some can prone to hip dysplasia. The height of Redbones is 21 to 27 inches and weight is 50 to 70 pounds. Life expectancy of Redbone Coonhound is 11 to 12 years.

Redbone Coonhound History

The breed dates back to the late 1700s when Scottish settlers brought Red foxhounds, these Red Foxhounds was imported from Ireland before Civil-War. Redbone Coonhounds gradually evolved into recognition as a respectful breed just before 1900s. Remainder breeders were strived for many years to produce a solid colored, flashy red skin dog. As soon as the eye-catching color bred true and these true hunters once selected for performance. In present, both qualities are well established in the breed. UKC registered it first time in 1902 and AKC recognized it in 2009.

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Redbone Coonhound Life Expectancy

Life expectancy of Redbone Coonhound is 11 to 12 years.

Redbone Coonhound Appearance

With a clean cut well built head, the Redbone Coonhound is a attractive, hearty and strapping coonhound. It has a medium stop between nose and the brow. Long ears are hanging and extended to the tip of the nose once the dog follows the scents. It carries tail upright. Cat-like paws of dog are compact with dense and robust pads. Skin is coloring rich red. Shiny coat is fine, smooth and flat close to the body seeming alike beagle’s short coat. Colors of the coat are including red and or red white with a bit white. Though, it can have a white marking over their chest and feet but this stylish breed only comes in solid colors.

Redbone Coonhound Weight and Height

The height of Redbones is 21 to 27 inches and weight is 50 to 70 pounds.

Redbone Coonhound Temperament

Redbone Coonhound is a striking, vigorous and sturdy coonhound, originally bred as a hunting dog, Redbone Coonhound is also an outstanding cohort and family pet. Redbone Coonhound are known for its sparking red coat as well as a multirole working dog that has an ability to hunt and swim over a wide range of terrain with a good steady speed and agility. It is endowed with a natural treeing attribution and can track games including raccoons to cougars. It is a flexible hunting dog with nice but cold nose. It can be a good choice for those who like a dedicated and honest hunting dog with a diversity in working capability. It can able to trail. Moreover, the Redbone Coonhounds likes the company of their human family but it not shows overt stubbornness. It is most often referred as a very sociable and mild nature breed with some cares throughout the world. It is an affectionate dog and possesses a much sweetened sound of bark. It loves to be around or within family. If it brought up indoors from their puppyhood can come harmonious with family life. It is natural hunting dog that can follow scent and tree a prey. Like other coonhounds can be alert, very quick and capable to work in all types of weathers even in much difficult lands, mountains and terrain. It can be an even tempered and easy to train dog in homes. Though, the breed is very eager to please the owner but it may get frustration with conventional training. The breed can be amenable to the traditional training. However, the redbone Coonhound may come together with children dogs and other household animals that are not too small.

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Redbone Coonhound with children and other pets

The breed can get along children and a wonderful family pet. With proper socialization it may become sociable to other dogs and pet. However, the redbone Coonhound may come together with children dogs and other household animals that are not too small.

Redbone Coonhound Care and Grooming

The short and smooth coat of the Redbone Coonhound needs occasional brushing and time to time bathing. The breed is light shedder.

Redbone Coonhound Health Issues

Generally, Redbones are healthy dogs but some can prone to hip dysplasia.

Redbone Coonhound Training

Training is thing which can make a great dog. They need a lot of firm, consistent and dominant but confident pack leader for their training. Early socialization is recommended. Though, the breed is very eager to please the owner but it may get frustration with conventional training. The breed can be amenable to the traditional training.

Redbone Coonhound Exercise

Redbone coonhound may adapt apartment livings if exercised adequately, relatively inactive indoors and can work well at least with large yard. The all weather coat of the dog permit him to stay and sleep outdoors and do jobs in all kinds of terrain. It will need an ample amount of physical exertion and mental stimulations. It needs to be taken on daily long walk, jog or running. Being a natural hunting dog it can tend to run off and hunt if not kept enclosed during exercise it can escape.

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Redbone Coonhound Recognition

It is Recognized by CKC, UKC, NKC, APRI, ACR, DRA, AKC and NAPR.

Redbone Coonhound Group

Hound.

Redbone Coonhound Litter Size

Litter size of Redbones is 6 to puppies and average litter size is 08 puppies.

Redbone Coonhound Good Names

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