Bavarian mountain hound

Bavarian mountain hound society

bavarian mountain hound society Dogs4Deer Schweisshund Training Welcome to our page dedicated to training dogs for deer. It is designed to give anyone with an interest in working and training their dog, whatever the breed the ability to learn how to successfully follow and track wounded large game such as Deer or Wild Boar an opportunity to train their dogs to from novice to a level of competence, and hopefully working to achieve the tracking qualifications of Schweisshund I & II WHAT IS SCHWEISSHUND TRACKING AND TRAINING? Roughly translated Schweisshund (scent dog) work is the location of large wounded game where the dog follows a ground blood/spore scent over a variety of terrains and situations.

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Bavarian Mountain Hound

Origin Directly related to Germany’s finest hunting dogs the ‘Bracken’, the Bavarian Mountain Hound is one of the best trailing hounds, with a remarkable sense of smell, strong will and great intelligence. The hound was developed by crossing the docile and trainable ‘Liam’ Bracken, with the ‘scent’ Bracken, creating a dog that is the ultimate scent hound being both trainable and brave.

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Bavarian Mountain Hound For Sale

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Bavarian mountain hound puppies

bavarian mountain hound puppies Description: The Bavarian Mountain Hound has an elongated head that is strong. The skull is slightly domed and is broad. The muzzle is wide and they have a firm jaw. The nose has wide nostrils and is black or dark red in color. The eyes are hound like in look. The ears are high set and of medium length, these are broad and have rounded tips. The male is 18Ѕ inches in height with the females being 17-19 inches.

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Bavarian mountain hound for sale

Currently only about 2-4 puppies are imported each year. The cost is a big determining factor along with the fact that most people can not visit the kennels and usually do not know the people whom they are dealing with. At this time an imported dog with airfare will run you in the neighborhood of $2500- $3200. The current drop in the value of the dollar against the world currencies has driven up the cost, along with airfare In recent years airfare has drastically increased the cost of importing.

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Bavarian Mountain Hound Dog

bavarian mountain hound dog As its name suggests, the Bavarian Mountain Hound (also known as Gebirgsschweisshund Bayrischer) the state of Bavaria in southern Germany. It is a relatively new breed created in the 1870s by Baron-Karg of Barvaria Bebenburg through large and small Tyrolean Hound Bloodhound Hanovarian. The aim was to develop a medium-sized dog, with safe passage to work the mountainous terrain and can be followed, inevitably, a track hot or cold.

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bavarian mountain hound breeders Official UKC Breed Standard @Copyright 1996, United Kennel Club, Inc. The goals and purposes of this breed standard include: to furnish guidelines for breeders who wish to maintain the quality of their breed and to improve it; to advance this breed to a state of similarity throughout the world; and to act as a guide for judges. Breeders and judges have the responsibility to avoid any conditions or exaggerations that are detrimental to the health, welfare, essence and soundness of this breed, and must take the responsibility to see that these are not perpetuated.

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