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Breed Group: Hound
Redbone Coonhound

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Weight
Male: 60-70; Female: 50-60 lbs
Height
Male: 22-27; Female: 21-26 inches
Color(s)
Solid Red
Overview
An American breed originating in Georgia, the Redbone Coonhound was developed during the 1800's to hunt raccoon, boar, bobcat, and cougar. This breed became a favorite with farmers and huntsmen due to their agility, speed, and keen sense of smell. They are able to hunt over any type of terrain and in any weather. In addition to their hunting prowess, the Redbone Coonhound is an amiable companion.
Character
The Redbone Coonhound is a rugged, muscular, and robust breed. The paws are webbed which enables this breed to be proficient at swimming. They possess large expressive eyes, long floppy ears, and a proud demeanor. Redbone Coonhound's exhibit a striking and stunning appearance.
Temperament
The Redbone Coonhound breed is loyal, affectionate, highly energetic, and free-spirited. They do well with children, however, caution should be taken with small children due to their exuberance. They do well with other dogs, but non-canine pets are not recommended because of their strong hunting instinct. The Redbone Coonhound is an even-tempered and good-natured family companion and an aggressive and fierce hunter. They do have a tendency to drool excessively and bark incessantly. They also have a strong "doggie" odor. This breed is not recommended for use as a watchdog as they do not know a stranger. They are sweet, friendly, enthusiastic, and reliable.
Care
Redbone Coonhound's require occasional brushing with a firm bristle brush. Bathing should only be done when absolutely necessary. It is important to regularly check the ears and paws for debris. This breed has no known health issues.
Coat
The coat of the Redbone Coonhound is short, coarse, glossy, and smooth. The coat lays flat against the body. This breed is a light shedder.
Training
Basic obedience is recommended. The Redbone Coonhound breed is intelligent and eager to learn. Training must be done with fairness, firmness, and consistency.
Activity
The Redbone Coonhound is not recommended for apartment living. This breed requires an inordinate amount of exercise to be happy. They enjoy hunting, swimming, running, jogging, and family activities. Redbone Coonhound's do best in a rural setting or a large securely fenced yard.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Redbone Coonhound puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Anonymous asked:

3/19/2014 2:11:25 PM

3/19/2014 2:11:25 PM

Whats is a Redbone Coonhounds color of fur? What is the Redbone Coonhounds personality and country of origin?

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Anonymous

The Redbone Coonhound's fur is between a light red to a dark rust red. They are a friendly, high energy dog that love their owners and love hunting. They have a high prey drive. They were created in Tennessee and Georgia.
7/15/2014 6:06:09 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/31/2013 9:18:26 PM

1/31/2013 9:18:26 PM

How Big is everyones redboon? My boy is getting much larger than the 60 to 70 lb. average. I checked his weight on his 9 month birthday and he was 88lbs. No fat on him, huge shoulders and all muscal. Was just wondering thanks.

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Anonymous

My 4 year old is 77 lbs
2/21/2014 12:49:09 PM

Anonymous

Mine is 1 year 4 months and weigh 110 lbs- pure muscle. Not expecting that at all
6/23/2014 6:54:56 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/23/2012 8:57:12 AM

2/23/2012 8:57:12 AM

I would like to get a redbone connhound, but was wondering how they do on a walk or in a park.... I would like to get a redbone connhound, but was wondering how they do on a walk or in a park. Will they instinctively just take off if they smell a small animal? This is my concern. Also how are they with children?

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Anonymous

They are wonderful with children. I suggest getting one as an adult/senior if you are new to hounds.They are easier to train, walk, and play with. They are just as active as pups. They learn not to bolt. The dogs probably won't run after every smell. you should let them walk towards it occasionally to ease their curiosity.
1/27/2013 5:57:29 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/16/2012 2:36:18 PM

1/16/2012 2:36:18 PM

i have a redbone who inhales food w/out chewing? is this safe or normal behavior?

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Anonymous

If he / she is inhaling their food that might be a sign that the dog is not getting enough food. I usually feed my dogs two cups in the morning and in the dater noon for dinner. Hope this helps!
8/23/2013 8:52:00 AM

Anonymous asked:

1/16/2012 2:24:46 PM

1/16/2012 2:24:46 PM

i have a redbone hound & i am worried he is not eating properly. i mix dry food w/ wet food and... i have a redbone hound & i am worried he is not eating properly. i mix dry food w/ wet food and he inhales w/out chewing the food. is this normal? he will not eat slow or chew his food. im afraid he will choke or damage his digestive tract...

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Anonymous

Go to your local pet store and pick up a 'slow eater bowl' for him to eat out of. It'll make him slow down and force him to chew his food.
5/1/2014 6:13:02 PM

Anonymous asked:

8/16/2011 12:55:00 AM

8/16/2011 12:55:00 AM

Can you tell me who I can contact to get help with to get my registered papers for my Redbone... Can you tell me who I can contact to get help with to get my registered papers for my Redbone Coonhound that I bought from a breeder om Tx. She said she would mail them in and we have never received them. Thank you Jeletta

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No registery can force a breeder to give papers on a dog. If there was a signed contract then the registry might be able to do something. If you have a contract then you can file court actions and a court order will direct the registry to issue papers
8/21/2012 10:07:13 PM

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11/30/2010 11:01:12 PM

11/30/2010 11:01:12 PM

I do not have a question; but a statement, about this breed. It says that they are not a good... I do not have a question; but a statement, about this breed. It says that they are not a good watch dog. I STRONGLY disagree. We just lost our Redbone yesterday after 9 years of a wonderful life. He absolutely allowed NO ONE to come into our home uninvited. And at times, we had to correct him for growling at someone who was welcome. Extremely intelligent, fast learning. There will never be another dog like my Leroy. I was 32 when I received him and I'm 41 at his death. I've had MANY dogs in my entire life, and NONE can touch this dog. He grew up with my son and they loved each other dearly. They were more like brothers than dog and master. He loved his family with all his heart and he stood between them and danger time and again. He is greatly missed and can never be replaced. We may find another dog, but none can take his place.

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Anonymous

Our redbone is a little over 2 years old and he is a good dog but not a watch dog. He would never try and stop a stranger from entering the yard.
1/21/2012 12:54:34 AM

Anonymous

My duke sounds very threatening but the most he might do is knock someone over because he jumps up on them due to excitement. He does bark more if a person doesn't come over to greet him or if I won't let him go over and greet another dog.
2/21/2014 12:53:04 PM

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