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Otterhound Content
Life Span: 10 - 12 years
Litter Size: 5 - 8 puppies, average 6 puppies
Group: Hound, AKC Hound
Recognized By: CKC, FCI, AKC, NKC, NZKC, APRI, ACR
Color: Black, Brown, Tan, Sable, Black Markings, Grizzle
Hair Length: Long
Size: Large
Shedding: Moderate Shed
Male Height: 24-26 inches (60-65 cm.)
Male Weight: 66-115 pounds (30-52 kg.)
Female Height: 24-26 inches (60 65 cm.)
Female Weight: 66-115 pounds (30-52 kg.)
Living Area: The Otterhound is not recommended for apartment life or smaller homes, and needs to be outdoors on a regular basis. The dog does not adapt well to indoor exercise, and will do best in a home with a large, fenced-in yard. These doors can sleep outdoors during cool and mild climates, and will fit in nicely in an area where shelter is available. The Otterhound is relatively large in size than other breeds, and will be more expensive to feed than smaller dogs. They are prone to bloat, and will require plenty of exercise before and after meals. These dogs enjoy long walks and exploring new territory. It does not suit them well to stay in one single place for extended periods of time.

About this Breed

The Otterhound is a large dog with a rough coat and classic shaggy face. It has bushy eyebrows and a wide head. The neck is muscular and it has a noticeable dewlap. The Otterhound is a large, strong breed and has a woolly undercoat. The most common colors include black and tan grizzle. While the muzzle and snout are well-proportioned, the lips are thick and pendant-shaped. The dense undercoat is a noticeable trait of this breed, and it often has black markings. These dogs are well-balanced and very muscular; they are strong and can become good protector dogs. They are generally good with people, and do have a tendency to chase. The tail is carried low in most cases, but will raise up when the dog is excited, anxious, and alert. The Otterhound is from a family of pack hounds, and the feet are webbed for swimming. A naturally excellent swimmer, these dogs can swim for miles and enjoy spending time in the outdoors. Training this dog requires patience, and but these dogs are very attentive and loyal to their owners and masters. They are obedient and train well. Natural explorers, the Otterhound has the tendency to chase from scent.
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