Posts Tagged ‘huge collection of English Coonhound Puppies’
English Coonhound Puppies
English Coonhound Puppies:
The coat of the English Coonhound is short and hard. Coat colors include: blue and white ticked, red and white ticked, tri-colored with ticking, red and white, and white and black. Excessive red or black is a fault in the show ring. Their bark sounds like a hound bawl. The tails are medium length and set high. Pleasant, alert, confident and sociable with humans and dogs.
English Coonhound Temperament:
English Coonhounds are energetic, intelligent and active. Loving and eager to please their owners. Their great senses make them excellent hunters. This breed is an extremely fast, hot-trailing competitive type coonhound. Very devoted to its family, it makes a good companion dog. It does well living indoors and plays a fine guardian to his family and home. They are usually best with older considerate children, but can also do well with younger ones. Without proper human to canine leadership and communication some can be a bit dog-aggressive and or develpe behavior issues. They need owners who are firm, confident and consistent with an air of authority. Socialize this breed well preferably while still young to prevent them from being reserved with strangers. Do not let this breed off the leash in an unsafe area, as they may take off after an interesting scent. They have a strong instinct to tree animals. Without enough mental and physical exercise they will become high-strung.
Redtick Coonhound History:
Developed in the southeastern U.S as a tougher and sturdier version of the English Foxhound, the Redtick Coonhound (also known as the English Coonhound) was bred to hunt foxes during the day and raccoons at night. Today, Redtick Coonhounds do their fair share of hunting and tracking, but they also enjoy the comforts of home.
Small English Coonhound:
Redtick Coonhounds have lean, muscular, medium-sized frames covered in short, hard coats that are usually red & white ticked, although the general English Coonhound breed can also be found in blue & white ticked, tri-colored with ticking, red & white and black & white. Their broad, slightly rounded heads have square muzzles and thin, low-hanging ears. They have muscular necks and bodies with long, tapered tails that are carried high. Overall, the Redtick Coonhound looks alert, swift and rugged.
New English Coonhound:
English coonhound photos along with available breeders and kennels, can be found on the Internet. This breed is a cross of Virginia Hounds. These dogs were bred to adapt to rougher terrain. They were used to hunt fox by day and coon by night and were named the English Fox and Coonhound. Nowadays these hounds are good pets and companions as well. English coonhound photos along with available breeders and kennels, can be found on the Internet.
2011 English Coonhound:
To view a complete gallery of pictures, just click on Pictures for easy viewing!
English Coonhound These dogs comes in the following colors: red and white ticked, blue and white ticked, tri-colored with ticking, red and white, and white and black. The dogs that are tricolor can be disqualified in the show ring. On the whole these dogs are swift, hot-trailing, competitive hounds, that are good hunters. English coonhound photos along with available breeders and kennels, can be found on the Internet.