The Basenji is one of the few breeds in the world that does not bark! Bred in Central Africa to hunt lions, the Basenji makes a sound more similar to a yodel, because of its uniquely shaped larynx. Basenjis have independent and aloof personalities, and make calm, loyal companions. They are a very intelligent breed and are easily recognized because of their tightly coiled tails, wrinkled foreheads, and large, erect ears. Basenjis would do well living in a variety of environments.
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Beagles are popular and well-loved as family dogs all over the country. Initially bred to be a hunting and tracking dog, Beagles have incredibly powerful noses, short legs that keep them near their scent, and an impressive intellect to help them track. Known for their loud “voices” and curious, happy personalities, Beagles tend to be very healthy dogs. They are eager to please and extremely curious, especially when they catch an interesting scent! Beagles are small-medium sized (typically 20-25 lbs. in adulthood) and make wonderful, amusing companions.
This true American breed was created 300 years ago by combining the Bloodhound with the Foxhound. Originally used as a hunting dog, the Black and Tan Coonhound is a quick, active dog with impressive scenting skills. This dog’s long, floppy ears, beautiful black & tan coat, and droopy jowls give it a distinctive, charming look. The Black and Tan Coonhound makes a sweet, loyal family pet and would do well in Large Living Spaces with plenty of room for activity.