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Breed Group: Hound
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Overview
Ibizan Hounds are used primarily as hunting or retrieving dogs, but make good companions. Well rounded and good-natured, these dogs are rather quiet and get along well with children. A very sensitive breed, they can become destructive if left alone.
Character
Nicknamed Beezers, this breed is intelligent, friendly, and loyal. A willful breed, they bore easily and require consistent training. Should be kept as members of the family. Respectful dogs, they love to be social.

Does your Ibizan Hound bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
Temperament
The Ibizan Hound should be socialized properly as a puppy around other animals and children as these are pack dogs. Protective and independent, this breed bred to hunt does not do well with small and more submissive animals.
Care
This average shedding breed is relatively low maintenance when it comes to grooming. A wipe down with a damp washcloth for the smooth haired should be sufficient. It is recommended for the rare longhaired to be occasionally brushed and clipped to prevent matting. Wirehaired does not need hand plucking, but would respond well to an occasional brushing.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
Coat
The Ibizan Hound comes in three different varieties. Smooth haired, longhaired, and wire haired. Accepted colors are White and Red, White and Tan, or Solid white or Red. Most commonly seen in smooth haired variety.
Training
This breed requires a gentle hand, yet consistent training as they become bored easily. If not given the proper training and socialization, this breed can become a tyrant. Does well in hunting and retrieving sports. Eager to learn, and learns very well. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Ibizan Hound puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
Activity
Recommended for a large sized yard, this breed requires good exercise. Privacy fence also recommended as this dog can easily jump a fence. This breed would do well in a somewhat active household as they have a lot of stamina. This breed should be protected from cold weather. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
Male: 50; Female: 45 lbs
Height
Male: 23.5-27.5; Female: 22.5-26 inches
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white or red (from light yellowish red to deep red), solid or in any combination
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Anonymous asked:
Where can I buy an Ibizan Hound puppy specifically?

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The Ibizan Hound is a very rare breed of dog and there are not a lot of breeders out there. Going online to the AKC website and looking for Ibizan Hound breeders there is your best bet. Same thing with the CKC and UKC website depending on where you live.

Anonymous asked:
I have an Ibizan Hound mix that I recently adopted. He has severe food allergies and I've tried everything but nothing seems to be working. Any ideas or specific foods that you recommend?

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If your dog has food allergies, then you need to start with dog food that is grain-free and has one protein source. If your dog continues to have an allergic reaction, then change to another protein source. Orijen, Acana, Taste of the Wild, Wild Callings, Merrick, Now and Go! are all good brands that are grain-free and you can easily find them with a one protein source to start working with your dog to find out what he is allergic too.

Anonymous

Many dogs are allergic to chicken and chicken/poultry by-products. Try switching to a chicken & chicken & poultry by-product free dog food which is also grain free and all natural. A good choice to try to start with would be a salmon dog food - often it is a plain sensitive stomach food. Remember clearing up skin allergies doesn't happen over night it often takes 2-3 weeks to clear up. My Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog mix has really bad food allergies. After having problems and switching their foods, I had the vet test them for different food allergies and found they were both allergic to chicken. My female is on a grain free natural deboned lamb and pea diet and my male is on a Purina One Salmon Sensitive Stomach Diet. Remember allergies can be caused by outdoor allergens like cut grass, pollen, or dust as well. It could also be caused by yeast.

Anonymous asked:
Ibizan Hound and Podenco? Is there any difference in an Ibizan and a Podenco? I have always wanted an Ibizan and am thinking about adopting a 1 and a half-year-old that might not have gotten too much attention. I am told he is very needy and affectionate of which sounds great to me. I was just wondering if there could be any troubles with his behavior and retraining?

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Yes, the Podenco and the Ibizan Hound are two different breeds. Please research what dog the 1 1/2-year-old is before going any further. If the dog has not had a lot of attention but seems very needy, then that can lead to separation anxiety when you do get the dog. Contact your local positive reinforcement trainer and enroll in some obedience classes as soon as possible. This will help you with the bond between you and your new fur-baby and will also help in exposing any behavioral problems your trainer can help you solve.

Anonymous

Podenco can be the same as an Ibizan Hound. In Spain, they are referred to as Podenco Ibicenco's. Podenco purely means hound. You need to check what background it has come from, only just spotted this question so you may already have your dog. A Podengo is an entirely different breed; smaller in stature although as a very similar head.

Anonymous asked:
How much are Ibizan Hound puppies? And what kind of special needs do they have as far as food and exercise go?

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The average price for an Ibizan Hound puppy is $2000.00. This breed is not very popular, but the people that are devoted to the breed understand what it takes to own one. A high quality grain-free puppy food is best to start off with and then move onto a grain-free adult food. The I.H is a very athletic dog that needs a lot of exercise, about 2-3 hours of hard exercise a day. A slow walk will not do it with this breed.

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What is the life expectancy of an Ibizan Hound?

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I live and was born in Ibizan. The Ibizan Hound dogs are a normal healthy breed that can live easily up to 15 years. They are very high energy and not the most typical family dog. Great for large spaces and land. Very clever and quiet because they are always observing.

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Updated: 8/29/2015