Known for their exceptional scent-tracking abilities, Bloodhounds have loose, wrinkled skin and long ears that aid in scent trapping.
Low-slung with keen senses, Basset Hounds were bred for hunting in dense vegetation.
Small, friendly, and with acute smell, Beagles excel as detection dogs and family pets.
Bred for tracking raccoons, Coonhounds are renowned for their endurance and tenacity.
Often called "wiener dogs," Dachshunds were bred for burrowing animal hunting.
These elegant dogs are incredibly fast and excel in racing, also making gentle pets.
One of the largest breeds, used historically for hunting wolves and large game.
Courageous and loyal, Ridgebacks were bred in Africa for tracking and treeing lions.
Elegant with luxurious coats, Afghan Hounds are skilled hunters.
Known as the "barkless dog," Basenjis excel at hunting, particularly in Africa.
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