Ralph the Bloodhound

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Name Ralph
Breed Bloodhound
Gender Dog (Male)
Colour Black and Tan
Size Giant Dog
Country United Kingdom
Region Wales,Glamorgan

Ralph is nearly 3 years old, he is a purebred bloodhound who is a show dog, working dog and our beloved furbaby. Ralph loves cuddles and naps, but when the word walk is mentioned he is always ready to rock!

Ralph is often found sleeping- snoring the house down,Or slinging drool around the house from his chops!Summer nights he loves to play in the garden with the hose pipeWinter mornings he is often found trying to track out the neighbours movements on the frosty grass.

Ralph gets super exited when we wake up earlier than normal to go on Adventures (to shows and working trials). Ralph bays (typical bloodhound song, like a deep howl mixed with a bark) all the way to the motorway with excitement.. often with his head out of the window and those glorious bloodhound jowls and ears flowing in the wind!

Ralph competes at local and championship shows.Before 18 months old he qualified for Cruft’s for life! He won ‘Best Conditioned Hound’ at the Bloodhound club show last year and he gained his first reserve Championship Certificate at another prestigious show last year. (despite his mum being a complete novice in the show ring)

Ralph has a working permit and competes at Bloodhound working Trials.

Ralph is very well socialised and travels well, he is good with cats and other dogs- if they like him!
Ralph is trained to sit, wait, jump up & speak.
He is a gentle giant- standing 5’2 when on his hind legs.
He weights 52kgs/8stone 2lbs / 114lbs


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