Bavarian Mountain Hound

Character and temperament

A quick learning intelligent hunter. Loyal to owners, calm and well tempered. However as with any bloodhound they need an experienced trainer.

Origin

A rare breed founded in 1912 used primarily for hunting and tracking wounded game.

General description

The head of this dog is long but relatively broad with a solid jaw. A well balanced dog of medium size, body slightly longer than high.

Food

no special requirments

Exercise

Plenty of exercise needed for these dogs, lots of lead walking and if possible a run off the lead would benefit. Be careful when off the lead they have the tendancy to follow scents to the exclusion of all else.

Grooming

Recommended to brush and check ears, claws and teeth once a week.

Stats

Average height (dog)
18 - 20
Average height (bitch)
17 - 19
Average weight (dog)
50 - 75
Average weight (bitch)
50 - 75
Average life expectancy
10 -14
Average litter size
7 - 10
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