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.
Cedar
Cedar
Bloodhound
Nashville, Indiana
Merlin
Merlin
Bloodhound
Cheyenne, Wyoming
Marple
Marple
Bloodhound
Hatfield, Pennsylvania
NORA
NORA
Bloodhound
Dallas, Texas
RED IRISH
RED IRISH
Bloodhound
Franklin, Tennessee
Lemonade
Lemonade
Bloodhound
Charlotte, North Carolina
Biden Bodean
Biden Bodean
Bloodhound
Kentucky
Hazel
Hazel
Bloodhound
Cleveland, Ohio
Luanne
Luanne
Bloodhound
Highland, Maryland
Ruby
Ruby
Bloodhound
Shawnee, Oklahoma
Forrest
Forrest
Bloodhound
Tomah, Wisconsin
Beau
Beau
Bloodhound
Dallas, Texas
Sadie
Sadie
Bloodhound
Dallas, Texas
Bud
Bud
Bloodhound
Rock Hill, South Carolina
Jessie
Jessie
Bloodhound
Saint Augustine, Florida
Slinky
Slinky
Bloodhound
Saint Augustine, Florida
Benson
Benson
Bloodhound
Fort Mill, South Carolina
Stabler
Stabler
Bloodhound
Fort Mill, South Carolina
Tracker
Tracker
Bloodhound
Vallejo, California
Jack
Jack
Bloodhound
Bowling Green, Kentucky
ROOFUS
ROOFUS
Bloodhound
Rosenberg, Texas