How many puppies can a walker hound have?

How many puppies can a walker hound have?

How many puppies can a walker hound have?

Breed Information
Height 20-27 inches (51-69 cm)
Weight 50-70 pounds (23-32 kg)
Colors Black Tri-colored White
Litter Size 4-6 puppies

Do coonhounds bond with one person?

Hound dogs tend to have a reputation for being only loyal to one person. However, that’s not the case with the Bluetick Coonhound. They make great family dogs and have been known to bond with everyone. These dogs thrive with human interaction, so having a lot of people to play with is great for their well-being.

Do Treeing Walker Coonhounds like to cuddle?

After a long day on the hunt, this pup loves nothing more than to cuddle up with its family and bask in the warm glow of the fire. Affectionate and loyal, Treeing Walker Coonhounds are wonderful with children and make a wonderful family pet.

How long does it take for a coonhound to reach full size?

Coonhounds mature slower than most breeds. Coonhounds do not “grow up” until they are approximately 2 years of age.

Are redbones good dogs?

As with all breeds, early socialization and puppy training classes are recommended. Redbones are devoted companions and are very versatile, excelling in a range of venues, including coonhound trials and canine sports such as agility. Most of all they are great family dogs, very loving and loyal.

How smart are walker hounds?

Training. The Treeing Walker Coonhound is very intelligent and eager to learn. These hounds love to please their people, but they also have a stubborn, independent streak. This can make them seem difficult to a trainer who doesn’t understand the coonhound brain.

How often should you bathe a coonhound?

once a month
Bathe them at least once a month with an odor-reducing shampoo to help mask the odor for a while, but after several days, you might notice it again. These eager dogs are big droolers, so they will also appreciate having their face wiped down and tidied up, especially after mealtimes.

How tall does a Treeing Walker Coonhound dog get?

Height: 22-27 inches (male), 20-25 inches (female) Weight: 50-70 pounds. Life Expectancy: 12-13 years. Group: Hound Group The AKC has grouped all of the breeds that it registers into seven categories, or groups, roughly based on function and heritage.

Who are the Breeders of the Lone Pine Coonhound?

Lone Pine breeding was introduced by Gene Harrison, Donald Warfield and Stanley Duvall who were determined and relentless in creating a line of hounds that was the absolute best coonhounds in the world, bar none.

What kind of dog is a Treeing Walker?

One of the last breeders of the Original Lone Pine Finley River bred Treeing Walker Coonhounds. Our hounds are bred to be extremely fast and accurate. Loud bawl mouth on track and bawl/chop on tree.

Where did Steve Harrison get his Coonhound?

Coonhunting was introduced at an early age when working at Gene Harrison’s farm in Woodbine, MD. As a young tyke hunting with his dad Truman, and Gene; Steve would help train dogs night after night, As he became older he became a handler for Gene, hunting every night, sometimes all night long.