Bloodhounds are famous for their incredible sense of smell, which is unrivaled by any other breed. A bloodhound's droopy jowls, long ears and sagging skin give it a distinctive, easily recognizable appearance. Originating in Europe centuries ago, Bloodhounds excel at police work and tracking, and also make loveable, family-friendly pets. Due to their size, these dogs thrive in larger living spaces.
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Coonhound was originally bred in the United States. Their ancestry can be traced back to the Virginia foxhound and the American foxhound. This breed is well-known as a raccoon hunter, but it is also adept in opossum, mountain lion, deer, and bear hunting. Coonhound is very loyal, passionate, and intelligent. They are also well-known as being a friendly breed; however, they can be reserved with strangers. The training with the Coonhound might be challenging because they were bred to work independently, and they seem to be really headstrong. This breed has a high energy level; they require lots of daily exercise. Coonhound’s size is 24 to 26 inches and weighs 55 to 75 pounds.
Black Mouth Cur’s origin is unknown, but it’s thought this breed had developed from ancient European and Asian cur-type dogs. This breed is very energetic, fearless, and strong. They love to be around humans and their pet family. They also make excellent guard dogs. They are great with young children, but early training and socialization are important, otherwise, they can play rough. This is a very intelligent breed, but they need to learn through trainings that their pet parent is the boss. Black Mouth Cur is not an aggressive breed, but they can be territorial. Their weight ranges between 50 and 100 pounds.
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