Dogs, like St. Hubert have existed for millennia. Hounds are widely regarded as a modern descendant of St. Hubert dog who grew up in the Ardennes region of Europe by the monks of Saint-Hubert in the seventh century flamenco. The Bloodhound is still known in France and by the FCI as Bloodhound. Most authorities reject the assumption that the name derives either from blood or leakage of the association with the aristocratic owners, it is much more likely that the blood refers to the purity of the lines of dogs Just as race horses are called blood horses. The oldest and largest fragrance Bloodhounds dogs were originally used for hunting large animals such as deer, but population growth and deforestation due to the Great Britain has seen the game and reduce fox hunting with dogs younger take over the hunting with dogs. Bloodhound number has decreased, but recovered slightly with the advent of dog showing in the 19th century. Hounds attribute distinguishes the smell of other dogs is the extraordinary ability to follow a path that is old. A dog is known to have taken a path 138 miles in cold and another when he has worked successfully for a track thirteen days. This talent was the Bloodhound very useful for law enforcement and search and rescue organizations. identification evidence for a Bloodhound is acceptable in many courts.
Contrary to what is sometimes in movies and popular novels of the Bloodhound is not fierce, bloodthirsty murderer. He is gentle, awkward, funny and loving, if you find an escaped criminal, is happy to see and more likely to drown his victim and maul sloppy kisses. As a pet, became a deep attachment to his people and mourn, and do not thrive when separated from them, so a commitment must be made at the outset that is yours for life because they do not successfully adapt to changes in homes. It should be consigned to a lonely life abroad. He needs lots of company, lots of attention and a place among those to whom he gave his dedication. Despite its large size and imposing dignity, which is a surprisingly sensitive dog. Can be overwritten if the center of censorship and lack of family harmony are causing considerable stress. With children, usually cheerful and patient, but not a big dog, and even young pups are big enough to beat a toddler bouncing with excitement and good wishes. Like most dogs, are unlikely to fight with other dogs. It is a good watchdog, but are not bred to have strong instincts, however, maintains its size and the bark of sound would be enough to deter most intruders. It should be noted that his bark is sweet music for all ears and can not be appreciated by the residents. It is important to have a well fenced garden and you can jump, climb or dig his way, he must find an interesting aroma. Once upon a path that is dedicated and tireless and the sole purpose of the mind can lead to the mile, not realizing or stopping for anything in their path. The Bloodhound is not recommended for novice owners, or those who do not appreciate the addition of large amounts of drool in the decoration and clothing.
The Bloodhound requires a considerable amount of exercise to keep physically fit and mentally stimulated. Daily walks are essential, but should not be allowed out of the nose can lead as easily lead to problems, as was deaf to stand for a path. Moreover, once the head has been reduced by a smell in the loose skin of the head tends to fall over the eyes and the dogs have been known to run on trees or fall over the cliffs and is seriously injured or killed. Sport is a tracking dog that excels in natural Bloodhound and gives them the opportunity to do what he was bred for. It is important that puppies should not be too hard. Long walks, up and down stairs, rough play, jumping, everything should be avoided until maturity when the bones and joints are less vulnerable to stress and can cause permanent damage, painful and irreparable damage.
A Bloodhound mature males can weigh more than the upper limit set out in the Breed Standard and is powerful enough to tow an adult off their feet. the basic obedience training should be considered at an early age so he learns to walk with a loose belt and be subject to controls. Although competition obedience can not be strong and not be so quick to understand and act on the commands that the other races, if they can learn patience, consistency and kindness are used. harsh discipline, verbal or physical, is useless. These methods will only slow the learning process and destroy the confidence that the training is to give motivation to the best of a dog is controlled by the nose has to offer. Early and ongoing socialization, who introduced him to several people, sounds, situations and other animals shall ensure that the puppy grows to a reliable, in cold blood, the representative of his good manners old and noble race.