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Bloodhound is a powerful and giant dog breed originated in the United Kingdom for hunting bears and wild boars. They are most famous for their long head and wrinkled face with wrinkled skin, large dropping ears and eye catchy beautiful eyes which represents that it might be a divine soul.

They are very friendly and they love to perform playful activities with the dog owners and also with strangers. Bloodhound might be a good fit for those having little children in the house.

Life Span 10 – 12 years
Color Liver & Tan, Red and Black&Tan.
Temperament Stubborn, Affectionate, Gentle, Even Tempered
Height Male: 64–69 cm Female: 58–64 cm
Weight Male: 41–50 kg Female: 36–45 kg
Origin United Kingdom
Group Hound Group

 This dog breed exclusively comes in 3 colors Liver & Tan, Red and Black&Tan.This dog is giant but when it comes regarding affection they give their Hundred Percent Love to their owners.

If you are a first-time dog owner, then you should love this breed. They can be easily trainable due to the high level of Intelligence, energy and good grasping power. This giant dog requires the tremendous amount of exercise which makes them fit for a long time.

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This dog is also compassionate, so it highly recommended that you should never leave this dog alone in the yard because it might create a difficult situation for you as this dog might become destructive.  These dogs require long walks on a daily basis.

Bloodhound Breed Characteristics

Adapts well to Apartment Living
Sensitivity Level
Tolerates being Alone
Kids Friendly
Dog Friendly
Friendly toward Strangers
Easy to Train
Intelligence Level
Easy To Groom
Exercise Needs
Energy Level
Exercise Needs

Bloodhound is a very active breed which does not seems from his face. They also considered a full family pack regarding affection, responsibility, and sincerity. This dog requires more care concerning regular cleaning and checking of ears because of long ears it might lead to ear disease.

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