Facts & Origin
Redbone Coonoodle ( Redbone Coonhound and Poodle Mix )
The Redbone Coonoodle is a fascinating mix of the Redbone Coonhound and the Poodle. Both parents have an interesting history and bring their own unique characteristics to this mix.
Redbone Coonhound: The Redbone Coonhound originated in the United States and was bred as a hunting dog. He was bred specifically for coon hunting and is noted for his excellent sniffing ability and endurance.
Poodle: A breed from Germany, the Poodle is known for its intelligence and curly coat. Poodles come in a variety of sizes, including standard, miniature and dwarf. They are versatile dogs and are often used in shows and as companion dogs.
Its intelligence, energy and loving nature make it an ideal companion dog for active families or individuals. With sufficient exercise, training, and loving care, the Redbone Coonoodle will grow up to be a loyal and playful companion who enriches the lives of his owners. If you're looking for an intelligent and active dog who loves to be outside and enjoys the company of his family, the Redbone Coonoodle could be the perfect choice for you.
|Origin||Germany - USA|
|Life expectancy||10 - 15 years|
|Care requirements||high-maintenance - low-maintenance|
|FCI group||not recognised|
|AKC group||not recognised|
|KC group||not recognised|
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Attitude, character and temperament of the breed
Possible character traits
The Redbone Coonoodle combines the best traits of both parents to develop a unique character.
Intelligent and eager to learn: The Redbone Coonoodle is usually very intelligent and eager to learn. He inherits the intelligence of the Poodle and the ability to learn quickly and adapt to new challenges.
Energetic and Enduring: The Redbone Coonhound is known for his energy and endurance, and the Redbone Coonoodle often inherits these traits. He is an active dog who enjoys long walks and playing outside.
Lovable and Social: The Redbone Coonoodle is often lovable and friendly towards his family and other people. He gets along well with other pets and children and is often a popular family dog.
Excellent hunter: by association with the Redbone Coonhound, the Redbone Coonoodle can also develop excellent sniffing ability. He can be an effective hunter and enjoys using his nose to track interesting scents.
Suitability and Husbandry
The Redbone Coonoodle is a good choice for active families or individuals looking for an intelligent and active companion dog. He needs plenty of exercise and activity to get his energy out. He is ideal for people who enjoy being outdoors and spending time in nature.
The Redbone Coonoodle makes an excellent family dog and does well with children. His friendly and loving nature makes him an ideal companion for the whole family.
Care and health
Caring for the Redbone Coonoodle requires special attention to ensure his well-being: he needs regular exercise and active playtime. Long walks and outdoor play sessions are important to channel his energy.
The Redbone Coonoodle's coat can vary depending on the parent. Regular brushing is important to remove loose hair and prevent matting.
As with all dog breeds, the Redbone Coonoodle may be subject to certain genetic health problems. Regular veterinary examinations and a balanced diet are important to maintain his health.
What does this mixed breed look like?
The Redbone Coonoodle can have physical characteristics of both parents:
Size: it can have a medium to large size, depending on the parents.
Weight: The weight usually varies between 15 and 30 kg.
Coat and Color: The coat of the Redbone Coonoodle may vary depending on the parent. It can be short to medium length and can be found in different colors such as red, brown, black or white.
Build: The Redbone Coonoodle often has an athletic and muscular build, showing both the stamina of the Redbone Coonhound and the elegance of the Poodle.
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Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA)
Progressive retinal atrophy (PRA) is a slowly progressive death of the retina in dogs.
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Often occur with allergies and intolerances.
The size of the dogs depends on the size of the parents and therefore varies. On average, they grow from medium to large.
Redbone Coonoodles tend to have an athletic and muscular build, showing both the stamina of the Redbone Coonhound and the elegance of the Poodle.
Yes, these mixed breed dogs need lots of exercise and activity every day. They love to romp around outside and fetch toys.
Yes, usually these mixed breeds can get along well with other pets if properly socialized and trained.
Yes, these mixed breeds are wonderful family dogs. They are affectionate, gentle and playful and can live very well with children.