How do bluetick coonhounds hunt?

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The Bluetick Coonhound is a breed of coonhound originating in the United States. The Bluetick Coonhound is known for its friendly persona, cold nose, and deep bawl mouth. It is most commonly used as a raccoon hunting dog, but may also be kept as a pet.
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Bluetick Coonhound is not at all an aggressive dog. They are friendly to both people and canine. However, they may have prey drive for small animals and birds. They might sometime show aggression if handled roughly and provoked.
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Bluetick Coonhounds are generally healthy, but a few have been diagnosed with hip dysplasia, luxating patellas and autoimmune thyroiditis. They may also be prone to bloat, or gastric torsion. Blueticks that hunt may sustain injuries in the field… And with their floppy ears, Blueticks can be prone to ear infections.
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Bluetick Coonhounds are smart, sensible and stable.

They also are unusually sensitive.

As a result, kind, consistent, positive training methods work best with this breed, as they do with most others.

It is not difficult for dedicated Bluetick owners to train and socialize their dogs.

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The Bluetick Coonhound has a short, glossy coat that sheds only moderately. Weekly brushing with a medium-bristle brush, a rubber grooming mitt, or a hound glove will help to remove loose hairs and keep him looking his best.
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The Bluetick Coonhound has been eligible to compete in AKC Companion Events since January 1, 2004… The Bluetick Coonhound is the AKC's 162nd breed and was recognized in 2009 along with 5 other breeds.
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Though the Bluetick Coonhound is ideal for hunting small game, you don't need to be a hunter to own one. However, this breed belongs in an active home where there is plenty of access to explore the outdoors. Bluetick Coonhounds can be wonderful companions and great family dogs when properly trained and socialized.
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Affectionate, loyal, easy-going, Bluetick Coonhounds are considered people loving pets.

This breed enjoys children and would be a great choice for a family dog.

While Bluetick Coonhounds are smart and sensible, they can be difficult to train due to stubbornness.

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