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Finnish Hound Puppies
2011 Finnish Hound Puppies:
Typical of Scandinavia’s Stovare type of hunting hound, the Finnish version, called Suomenajokoira in its native land, is about a hundred years old. It was created by crossing English Foxhounds, French and German hounds and some of the older Stovare types in Sweden.
Small Finnish Hound Puppies:
By 1870 the type was fixed but appearance in this breed has never been as important as hunting ability. Its quarry is the hare and the fox, which it flushes and pursues.
The Estonian Hound is a medium size dog with a strong muscular body, strong bone structure and well-developed muscles. It has tight skin without folds and drop ears. The coat is short, evenly rough and shiny. The undercoat is weakly developed.
New Finnish Hound Puppies:
The tail is covered in its full length with even thick hair and thus might seem a bit thick. Closer to the end of the tail the hair becomes shorter. The eyes are dark brown and the corners of the eyelids are dark. The Estonian Hound usually has black patches (limited with tan colors).The size of the patches is unlimited. Also allowed are blackish brown color, red patches and a saddle like patch on the back. The tip of the tail has to be white.
Finnish Hound Puppies Temperament:
The Estonian Hound is always happy and pleasant. It is balanced, calm and smart with an active temperament. It is friendly and should never be aggressive, but needs to be well socialized and exposed to new things to prevent it from being a bit timid of new situations.
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It is good with other dogs and usually good with cats if raised and socialized with them. They love human attention, but make sure you are 100% pack leader to prevent them from getting upset when left alone. Proper human to canine communication is essential.
Finnish Hound Puppies:
Affectionate, they will love to snuggle up with their owners while watching TV. It has inherited from its predecessors such characteristics that make it very easy to teach it to not hunt hoofed animals as it is only allowed to hunt hare and fox in Estonia. The Estonian Hound has a beautiful voice when it hunts. A joy to hunters ears!