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Basic characteristics

Country/Region of Origin:                                                         Britain
Trainability:                                                                            Medium
Size:                                                                                              Big
weight:                                                                                        -  Kg
Energy level:                                                                               High
Exercise needed:                                                              30min/daily
Color:                                                                      Black/Gray/brown
Protection:                                                                              Medium
Shedding:                                                                                    Low
Area needed:                                                                          Medium



Additional information (Wiki): This breed is active, fast, bright, kind, confident and courageous. They are vicious fighters on game, have a super treeing instinct and take readily to water. They are alert and quick to learn. They are often indifferent to other dogs but seek the attention of humans. Voice is open trailing, bawl and chop.

The Plott Hound should be athletic, muscular, and agile in appearance. It should be neither low-set and heavy, nor leggy and light: it has medium build. Its expression should be one of intelligence, confidence, and determination. Its skin should not be baggy like that of a Bloodhound.

The Plott is a beautiful, strongly built yet moderate hound, with a distinct brindle-colored coat. His appearance suggests the capacity for speed, stamina and endurance.

The Plott may have an identification mark on the hound used to identify the dog when out hunting. Such a mark is not penalized in conformation shows.

Of the seven breeds of UKC registered Coonhounds, the Plott Hound and the American Leopard Hound do not trace their ancestry to the foxhound. And, of those seven breeds, we can be most certain of the Plott’s heritage and the men most responsible for its development.

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