Bluetick Coonhound mix 

The bluetick coonhound mix crosses between the bluetick coonhound and another dog breed. This mixed breed inherits the best traits from both parent breeds, making them an excellent choice for families looking for an active and affectionate companion. The Bluetick Coonhound mix typically has a short, sleek coat that comes in various colors, including black, brown, and white.

 

 

They are medium to large with long legs and a muscular build. These dogs are known for their high energy levels and require plenty of exercises to stay happy and healthy. They are loyal and loving companions who enjoy spending time with their families. If you’re looking for an energetic and devoted dog, the Bluetick Coonhound mix is perfect!

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Bluetick Coonhound history.

These dogs played a crucial role in the United States’ development, as we have already mentioned. These dogs were originally bred to hunt and be able to adapt to changing environments. Settlers encountered. Louisiana is believed to be the origin of the breed we now know. They try to create the perfect companion hunter; settlers crossed several hound dogs. These parent breeds include the French Grand bleu de Gascogne hound and the English Foxhound.

The Bluetick Coonhound resulted from many years of crossbreeding to find the ideal hunting companion. Our founding father, George Washington, was said to have helped develop the Bluetick Coonhound. They were quickly popular in developing countries. Bluetick Coonhounds are even the University of Tennessee’s mascot!

 

 

Top Bluetick Coonhound mixes.

If a hybrid dog is more your style, there is a handful of Bluetick mixed breeds out there that you can choose from. These include:

  • The Bluetick Coonoodle (Poodle mix)
  • The Basset Bluetick (Basset Hound mix)
  • The Bluetick Rat Terrier (Rat Terrier mix)
  • The Bluetick Walker (Treeing Walker Coonhound mix)
  • The Border Bluetick Collie (Border Collie mix)

 

 

The Basset Bluetick (Basset Hound mix).

The Basset Bluetick is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Bluetick Coonhound breed and the Basset Hound. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in either breed. Not all of these designer hybrid dogs being bred are 50% purebred to 50% purebred. It is very common for breeders to breed multi-generation crosses.

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The Bluetick Rat Terrier (Rat Terrier mix).

A Bluetick Rat Terrier is the sweet, easy-going, and curious hybrid mix of a Bluetick Coonhound and Rat Terrier. Also, these dogs are intelligent and highly trainable human companions. Bluetick Rat Terriers require a significant amount of exercise and affection from their owners. They have a relatively long life span of 13 to 17 years, a weight of 38 to 60 pounds, and a height of 19 to 23 inches. Also, Bluetick Rat Terriers typically look like lanky Hounds with Terrier-like features. Moreover, as their name suggests, they often have a “blue” molten or speckled coat but can also inherit a white and black coat with tan markings from their Rat Terrier parent breed. Because the Bluetick Rat Terrier is a relatively new hybrid breed. It is not completely stabilized in appearance and personality and is not recognized by the American Kennel Club list of purebred dogs.

 

The Bluetick Walker (Treeing Walker Coonhound mix).

The Bluetick Walker is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Bluetick Coonhound and the Treeing Walker Coonhound. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in either breed.

 

 

The Border Bluetick Collie (Border Collie mix)

The Bluetick Coonhound and the Border Collie are both loyal and affectionate. They are also very charming, so watch out! This dog will require a good training regimen as they can get excited. They are very loyal to their family. One of the best things you can do for any breed is socialized it as much as possible. Please use positive reinforcement. It goes a long way! She should be rather affectionate and love being with you; she can also be stubborn, so keep that in mind.

 

Bluetick Coonhound puppy price.

Bluetick Coonhound prices range from $500 to $600, but they can go up depending on the dog’s heritage. Their prices depend on demand and where the breeder is located. It also depends on the availability of litter and the dog’s lineage. American Kennel Club (AKC) registered Bluetick Coonhound puppies will be more expensive than non-AKC registered puppies.

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Bluetick Coonhound breeders.

The American Kennel Club and the National Blue tick Coonhound Association have a list of reliable Blue tick Coonhound breeders. These sites offer a wealth of information about the dog breed and many resources to help you locate a dedicated Bluetick breeder. Also, Bluetick Coonhound breeders must be knowledgeable about this dog breed and provide the correct health certificates for your dog. Avoid any breeders that aren’t able to provide these certificates. You could end up with a sick Bluetick puppy.

This is unfair for you and your dog, but it could also mean that you will be paying hundreds to even thousands of dollars for a dog that may not live long. Bluetick breeders should be able and willing to answer all your questions about Blueticks. They should also ask you questions to know your family and lifestyle. The breeder should be just as concerned about her pups finding a loving home as you are.

 

 

 

Conclusion.

The Bluetick Coonhound mix is excellent for families looking for an active and affectionate companion. These dogs are known for their high energy levels and require plenty of exercises to stay happy and healthy. They are loyal and loving companions who enjoy spending time with their families. If you’re looking for an energetic and devoted dog, the Bluetick Coonhound mix is perfect!

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Date
13 Apr 2022
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