Bloodhound

The Bloodhound is a steadfast trailer, built for endurance rather than speed. The skin is thin and loose, falling in wrinkles around the head and throat. This breed’s long ears are supposed to stir up scents as the ears rake along the ground, and its profuse wrinkles are said to trap the odors around the face, although neither of these assertions has ever been scientifically verified. The dense short coat provides protection from being caught in brambles. The Bloodhound’s docile temperament makes this dog nonthreatening to humans. The gait is elastic and free, with the tail held high. The expression is noble and dignified.
Duckie
Duckie
Bloodhound
Oak Park, Illinois
Jethro
Jethro
Bloodhound
Mount Ayr, Iowa
Clark
Clark
Bloodhound
Republic, Missouri
DARWIN
DARWIN
Bloodhound
Lacombe, Louisiana
Abby
Abby
Bloodhound
Morton Grove, Illinois
Aurora
Aurora
Bloodhound
Morton Grove, Illinois
Aunt Bee
Aunt Bee
Bloodhound
Florida
Rufus
Rufus
Bloodhound
GRAHAM
GRAHAM
Bloodhound
Houston, Texas
Horris
Horris
Bloodhound
Douglas, Georgia
Daisy
Daisy
Bloodhound
Green River, Wyoming
Copper
Copper
Bloodhound
Lonsdale, Arkansas
Tiki
Tiki
Bloodhound
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Big Red, The Doglando Camper
Big Red, The Doglando Camper
Bloodhound
Sanford, Florida
Pumpkin Spice Pancake
Pumpkin Spice Pancake
Bloodhound
Charlottesville, Virginia
Chloe
Chloe
Bloodhound
The Woodlands, Texas
Hansel
Hansel
Bloodhound
Marion, Illinois
Earl
Earl
Bloodhound
Goodland, Kansas
TRIPP*
TRIPP*
Bloodhound
Tucson, Arizona
Keziah
Keziah
Bloodhound
Garden City, Kansas