The Ibizan Hound

The Ibizan Hound

The Ibizan Hound has a sleek, well muscled body. The head is broad in proportion to the rest of the body, the muzzle is tapered slightly, the nose is large with open nostrils, dark brown eyes, ears that are small and held up, and the triangular teeth. The tail is long and comes down to a point.

They are a double coat that can be smooth or wire haired. A coat that is smooth is longer based than one that is wire haired and both have a Man easiest natural look. They tend to be a healthy breed and live for about 12 years. 

The Ibizan Hound is also noted for it's superb stamina and trainability. They are an athletic dog and enjoy hikes or running. They are moderately inactive indoors. This is a fairly healthy breed. The Ibizan Hound is known for its absence of genetic eye and heart defects. The Ibizan Hounds can run up to 40 mph, and are the fastest of all breeds. This is a consideration for those who want a trotting dog, and at its worst they can be short of breath. They are very alert, and will warn at the least of a scent. This is a dog that will be a fine watchdog. You will however want to make sure your dog learns to bark less. While they warn when necessary, they are discouragement of barking as they mature.

The Ibizan Hounds are a brachycephalic breed. This is a term that means they have a short muzzle and long head. As a puppy they may over-react to new noises or things.

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As they grow they slow down and enjoy their surroundings more. This breed is considered to be fairly intelligent, and rank as one of the easiest breeds to train. They are not recommended for people with prior teaching experience.

In general the Ibizan Hounds are a healthy breed, but you might find them to be prone to hip dysplasia, and they are prone to bloat. It is recommended that you feed them three small meals a day instead of one large one. It is important to avoid the temptation to overfeed this breed. They will gain weight if you do.

The Ibizan Hound can easily be taught to hunt or play catch, even as a puppy. They like to run and are twice as fast as they seem, and they love to jump. As they mature they take up their game.

The Ibizan Hounds fur coat is short and smooth and sheds almost no. If you want to show this breed you must knock it half wild or tan. The Ibizan Hound is a gentle dog, and will welcome your touch and attention. They are not usually aggressive but they are protective of their people and property. They will be playful and friendly and love to hunt. If you like to hunt and play with a dog that will retrieve you may find the Ibizan Hound just too quiet. They are capable of hearing a horse's hoof hitting the ground and just lays in wait at the spot. They will find them and pick up the scent and will not be shy about it. The hound is capable of being easily trained, but they do not do well with excessively loud beginnings.

 


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