So you’re looking to adopt an American Leopard Hound, or already have one?
According to the American Kennel Club, “The American Leopard Hound is a medium to large size dog and comes in three patterns: Solid, Leopard and Brindle; nine different official colors; and a variety of markings, however, sixty percent of all American Leopards are solid-colored dogs. The breed is very versatile in hunting a variety of game species including, but not limited to, raccoon, bear, bobcat, cougar, squirrel, and any other tree-minded game. As an especially tough breed, they also fare exceptionally well in extreme weather, both hot and cold. The American Leopard was officially organized and named the American Leopard Cur in 1960, but changed by the breed club members to the American Leopard Hound on May 1, 2008, years before coming to the American Kennel Club. Breed ContactName: Jackie CarpenterEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Intelligence is one of the American Leopard Hound’s very best attributes. The breed is loving and affectionate toward their family and they are extremely protective of children. American Leopards are one of the oldest tree dog breeds in the U.S. and have extremely strong tracking abilities, often able to track prey for miles.”
An American Leopard Hound typically ranges from 53.34cm to 68.58cm in height, and weighs from 20.41165665kg to 31.751465900000003kg.
There are a few pet insurance companies in New Zealand that offer dog insurance for American Leopard Hound breeds. Try Cove Insurance as they are currently offering a one-month free promotion. Typically American Leopard Hound insurance ranges from $30 per month to $65 – but of course this varies depending on a range of other factors such as gender.