Mountain Cur is the true All-American Pioneer Dog. This is a fast, extremely intelligent, and great hunting dog with good training instincts. They usually love having a job, and that’s why they are excellent in dog sports. This breed is very friendly with other people, dogs, and animals in general. They make excellent guard dogs; they tend to protect their human family. This breed has a high energy level; they require daily physical and mental activities because they can become bored quickly. The average weight is 30 to 60 pounds, and the height is about 16 to 26 inches.
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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.
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.
This breed is labeled as “Made in America”. He is a very handsome dog with a dark, rich, and mahogany-red colored coat. Redbone Coonhound’s personality is merry and gentle; he can be the child’s best friend. They usually also get along well with other pets and animals. This breed requires patience and positive reinforcement during training time. They need lots of attention and activities to make them happy because they have a high energy level. They can be stubborn and loud as well, so you can sometimes expect a high barking level. The average weight of the Redbone Coonhound is 45 to 80 pounds, and its size is about 21 to 27 inches.