Treeing Walker Coonhound

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The Treeing Walker Coonhound was breed for tracking and treeing raccoons and is an idea breed for competitive coon hunting events. The Walker is preferred for completive hunts because of their agility, speed and it inability to trail older, colder tracks compared to other breeds of coonhound breeds. They are very vocal and relentless in their pursuit of game.
This breed originates from the Walker Foxhound that were being developed by the Walker family in Madison County, Kentucky back 1857 and a Black and Tan hound called Tennessee Lead. The Treeing Walker Coonhound was recognized as a separate bred until 1945. The preferred coat color is tri-colored, white, black and tan, but bi-colored dogs are acceptable.

Coonhounds - These dogs have a distinctive bay when tracking their prey, making them easy to distinguish one dog from the other. These dogs were bred to hunt, they are fast and relentless on track. The harder these coon hounds have to work on a scent or trail the less vocal they generally will be on track. Fresher tracks will typically generate more excitement and require less effect from your dog to trail, making him more vocal. Eventually most tracks leads the dog to a tree at which point the dog will change it bark to indicate that it’s treed. While this bred excels at hunting coons, they are also will suited for hunting just about any game that can be tracked.


•  Bi-color
•  Tricolored

Treeing Walker Coonhound's for Sale

Treeing Walker Coonhound


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Posted on 06/04/2019 - - Last updated on 06/08/2019

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