Foxhounds' offspring have great ears, are fast, and can last for a long time. They can track bobcats, cougars, and small bears as well as small game.
They can be taught to catch boar, squirrels, raccoons, and other animals. They watch out for their family and are always on guard at home.
Their energy and sense of fun make them great helpers when hunting. Just teach them to pay attention, and you'll have a reliable companion in the wild.
Poodles are good hunting dogs because they were bred to recover things from water. They are smart and athletic. Standard sizes are best; toy types and mixes may be too calm.
They are brave and loyal, and they are always ready to help their people. They have a good sense of smell and can last for a long time.
Airedales are great hunting dogs because they are fluffy and can handle cold weather. They have been used to hunt small game since the 1800s.
Basset dogs were made to hunt small game, so they have a great sense of smell, long ears that stir up scents, and a smooth coat that is easy to clean.
Dachshunds are small, friendly dogs that used to hunt. There are two sizes, and they are great for shooters who don't need to move around a lot.
The English cocker spaniel is a strong, small hunting dog that does well in the woods and brush and their tails wag all the time when they go out.
The Finnish spitz is known for how loudly it hunts. Finland even has a yearly competition for the breed to see who can bark the loudest.