Ibizan Hound

Sight Hound
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Moon and Zephyr and Zephyr as a pup from the Bramblewood Ibizan Hounds Kennel

The Ibizan Hound is a wonderful family pet that craves to be a functional part of the family.  Early training and socialization will help the Ibizan bond with the family and probably accept other non-canine pets (remember its born to hunt small animals).  The Ibizan is not “keep outside” dog, and if you don’t plan to allow it in the home don’t get one.  Left alone outside they can become destructive.  Ibizan’s require plenty of exercise.  If you let it run outside make sure you have a high fence as this dog’s jumping abilities could probably win a slam-dunk contest.  And, once out, they run free with little regard of their surroundings.  You won’t be able to catch it, and it probably will not respond to commands.  Its three types of coats (smooth, long, and wire-haired) are easy to maintain.

Average Height(“‘s)
Average Weight (#’s)
Personality
Coat
Grooming
Notes for owners
25
50
Versatile
Smooth, long, or wiry Minimal OK for apartment if actively exercised.  Good with children, but may want to “hunt” other pets.  Clean.  Cannot be kenneled.

Relevant Web Sites

AKC Breed Profile

Ibizan Hound Club of the United States

About Ibizan Hounds


 

 

We STRONGLY recommend that you get your dog from a respectable breeder or rescue organization.  Pet store puppies may get their dogs from Puppy Mills that normally breed only for profit, not quality or concern for the puppy or its eventual owner.
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