Also simply referred to as the English Coonhound and usually bred within the Southern part of the United States, the American English Coonhound can reach the age of 12 and has a maximum weight of 30 kilograms. These are medium-sized dogs that can grow up to around 69 centimeters. They are available in various tri-color blends, including red, lemon, redtick and bluetick. These dogs are typically used for hunting due to their loud bark, endurance and speed. This breed may not be an appropriate choice for a family that lives in a neighborhood as they tend to bark a lot. They also require a lot of exercise.< p>
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American English Coonhound Rescues in the USA
|Northwest Coonhound Rescue
|Colorado Coonhound Rescue and Adoption Service
|Gentle Jake's Coonhound Rescue
|North Bay, ON
|Northeast Coonhound Rescue
|Homeless Hounds Rescue
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