The Deerhound is an ancient breed originating from Scotland and is still known in some countries such as the Scottish Deerhound. Of the family dogs are Greyhound think that might have accompanied the Phoenician traders in Britain until 3000 and evolved as a protective coat against a cold climate home. The red deer in Scotland have been the traditional career Deerhound dogs have been developed to be brave enough, quick, agile and powerful run and kill a deer wood a minimum weight of 113 kg (250 lbs). The Deerhound also holds the title of Royal Dog of Scotland that for centuries, people of lower rank to an account was allowed to have one. A combination of factors the advent of firearms, logging, and the collapse of the clan system in 1745 saw the number reduced dramatically Deerhound. It was the efforts of Duncan McNeill (Lord Colonsay) in 1825 that saved the race from the threat of extinction. Bred for centuries to tap the medieval Deerhound those represented in famous works of the 19th century, the artist Landseer differ little from the modern companion dog show. Admired for its beauty and excellent temperament and ability in the field, the many qualities of the Deerhound are summarized by Sir Walter Scott tribute to his dog Maida: the most perfect creature of Heaven.
The Deerhound is recognized as one of the most loyal and gentle humor of all dog breeds. There is the loyalty and affection to his master and his family and in return asks only the pleasure of human company and friendship. Its good to be included in as many activities as possible and to make room in the house as a valuable member of the family. Despite its size, is very sweet and charming and friendly dog that move slowly and take up surprisingly little space, content just to be with his people. He is patient and tolerant of children, but is not a suitable playmate for dirty tricks. As with most dogs, it is generally good with other dogs but they are all so strong hunting instincts of caution is needed with cats and other small animals that can trigger the hunting instinct. Gardens need to be protected because they can jump over fences effortlessly medium and released once, he can go for miles either hunting or for the pleasure of riding in an open environment. A Deerhound in flight is a magnificent spectacle, but not when your meal huge land developments are leading to a busy road. It can be a little suspicious to people who do not know, but will behave in a dignified manner, not timid or aggressive. It is unlikely that the bark or growl at strangers on their territory but not a coward and can act against a perceived threat if you are awake enough .. For those who can not physically and economically to meet the needs of a large dog and can provide the performance and the company needed the Deerhound is an excellent choice of partner. It beautify your home and pay your love and attention with unwavering loyalty and dedication until his last breath.
The perfect working machine, as the Deerhound is described. Bred for centuries to be able to work a full day in the field without getting tired, adequate exercise is essential to maintain good physical and mental stimulation. It has much exercise is also provided for long walks every day is the minimum necessary. allowing you to roam without supervision is not wise, behind those soft eyes and the brain heart of a hunter who spent efficiently dispatch prey, he can catch. The opportunity to stretch their legs in a safe area to help satisfy your desire to run. Without regular exercise, is likely to become very lazy and out state and is relatively inactive indoors. sport, such as bait, dogs, racing, agility, and provide business opportunities for energy and, although primarily a show dog, has an excellent sense of smell monitoring. must be very careful not overdoing puppies, as this can lead to debilitating problems in the future. Playing in the house and garden is-sufficient to the vulnerable joints and bones have matured.
To fulfill its potential as a companion and a great pride for their race the Deerhound should receive at least basic training, obedience from a young age. Obedient to His will, to please the nature means that a dog is pretty easy to train as much as positive, motivational methods are used. It is a sensitive dog nothing will ruin your confidence and damage the trust and respect more security than harsh discipline, physical or verbal. Although you can not access the state test obedience champion the call for patience, kindness and consistency will bring the best of it. As for training, socialization should be started as soon as possible. By introducing the puppy as many things you find during your life, for example, many people, places, noises, animals, etc, will be well equipped to take their place in the world as a confident, well-mannered, trusted adult .