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The Redbone Coonhound is an excellent companion and family pet, with some special
considerations. They love to be with their owners and family, and are happy just doing things with
their humans, or sitting nearby, watching them: a Redbone Coonhound who has been left out of the
family fun or penned up during the party is often a heartbroken one. Overall, they are very
affectionate and loving: they will often leap to their feet barking loudly to greet their master upon his
return home and a typical Redbone will shower everyone with love, licking the faces of family and
friends. However, a dog of this breed typically will not seek attention as fervently as other breeds
(such as a Labrador Retriever). They are very happy if you pet them, and love it. They are also a
very boisterous breed: as explained above, adult Redbones grow to a large size. They may not know
how big and strong they are when young and thus may accidentally knock over elderly adults and
young children if left untrained or never taught the command "heel," so basic obedience should be
emphasized with this breed. The Redbone is an extremely vocal dog, as would be expected of a
hound. The breed is known for its distinctive "drawling" bark, also known as a "bay." Hunters who use
the breed follow the sound of the loud howls as the dogs track quarry. It takes training to first control
their excited, emotional, booming barks, but also to help provide the hounds an outlet for their
'tracking' desires that sometimes drive their vocalizations.
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