On April 27 the Hunter G litter are now two month Otterhounds. Since the weather has been nice the Otterhound pups have been spending all day out in the puppy pen.
They get up between six and seven o’clock and are ready to go out. Once outside the two month Otterhounds run around and potty then want breakfast. After breakfast the puppies run around and play for about an hour then nap. By eleven o’clock they are ready to start all over again – lunch, play, nap.
The pups repeat this again at four o’clock and at seven. Around nine thirty we pick up all the toys and encourage the pups to potty. Once everything is cleaned up we bring the pups into bed.
The pups enjoy playing with their cottage cheese cups and lids which they quickly chew up so they have to be replaced. They also enjoy milk jugs and empty cardboard boxes. They have a four by five foot piece of cardboard to sleep on, chew on or use as a slide.
There is also a four by five foot dog house that they can sleep or play in. They like to sleep between the roots of the tree in the pen as well. On Saturday we locked the big dogs in the pond area and let the pups run in the main yard. They liked all the room to run the only problem was the dog flaps on the porch. Until the pups were shown they could push through the flaps they would stand inside and holler to get out
Hunter G Litter Two Month Otterhounds
Pup 1 Male
Hunter’s Graham Evening Star
Pup one Graham still has the sleek coat and long ears that make him look like a hound dog. He is generally outgoing and into everything. He tried to turn on the hose by chewing on the faucet. He can rough house with the best of them but enjoys being held and giving kisses. On April 27 Graham weighed 12 pounds.
Pup 2 Female
Hunter’s Glory Of The Morning
Pup two Glory has a beautiful set of ears and a nice stance. She liked talking to her grandam Cheyenne even though she fell over backwards. She decided to help brother Gerald pull a rug out of one of the kennels on the back porch. On April 27 Glory weighed 11.8.
Pup 3 Female
Hunter’s Gem Of Perfection
Pup three Gem caught me sneaking up on the litter sleeping in the tree roots almost like she was keeping watch over the others sleeping. Once in the main yard she checked everything out and tried her paw at digging up a couple of concrete blocks. She is no longer the smallest. On April 27 Gem weighed 12.4.
Pup 4 Male
Hunter’s Glen In Otter Space
Pup four Glen has a nice set of ears and a good stance when you can get him to stand still. He is almost always going. He likes attention but only wants to be held for a minute then he is squirming to get down. He is ready to take on anything. He is still the largest. On April 27 Glen weighed 14.4.
Pup 5 Male
Hunter’s Grady Otterbe Quick
Pup five Grady has developed well. His mid length coat has started to grizzle along the back and his ears are nice and long. He really didn’t care for standing for pictures. He preferred to check things out. He does well with the other pups but is perfectly happy being held. On April 27 Grady weighed 13.4.
Pup 6 Male
Hunter’s Gerald Blackjack for Nancy
Pup six Gerald is still the darkest of the males. His face is looking more mature as he fills out and his ears are developing well. Gerald didn’t like to be stacked but has a very good natural stance. He discovered a rug half out of a kennel and decided to chew on it. On April 27 Gerald weighed 14.3.
Pup 7 Female
Hunter’s Georgia On My Mind
Pup seven Georgia still looks like a beagle especially as her ears are nice and long. She is ready for anything and can hold her own with her siblings. She likes to play and run around. She isn’t shy about letting you know when she wants attention. On April 27 Georgia weighed 12.5.
Pup 8 Male
Hunter’s Gary Otterly Bold
Pup eight Gary is so distinctive with his tan, black and white fuzzy face. He can be right in the middle of things one minute and off on his own the next. While he grumps when first picked up as soon as he knows it is a person and not a sibling he turns on the charm. On April 27 Gary weighed 13.6.
Pup 9 Male
Hunter’s Gordon Whitefoot
Pup nine Gordon was the most cooperative when stacking. He has a nice natural stance. He is into everything and lets you know when he wants attention. He has put on a growth spurt. He still looks thin and sleek but his legs are getting longer and he has caught up or passed his brothers in weight. On April 27 Gordon weighed 13.6.
Hi, I am interested in getting an otterhound to train, show and breed to hopefully save Otterhounds. Have had many large dog breeds and am willing to put the time and energy into training, exercising and socializing. I know it will not be cheap to maintain show and breed an otterhound. I currently have an 70 lb wire haired mixed breed named Jasper, my friends call him the miniature Irish wolfhound. He is 4 and acts like a puppy.Our other rescue is 1/2 great Pyrenees and is shorter but much stronger and loves to run, trail ride, and watch over the yard, He is incredibly cuddly. Finn would rather play with his dog friends than toys. .Both are very socialized, trained, healthy and loved. I would love to give back to save a breed in trouble. Finn came to us from Arkansas and has been incredibly fun and easy to train since he was small. They adjust their play according to other dogs actions and likes and we love to take them to the park, river and farm, they love to go anywhere and get along with everyone. Please contact me at your soonest convienience.
I’m looking for a male Otterhound to be my bloodhounds BFF. Georgie is a liver and tan BH and is two and we want to add to our family. Can you tell me if there is a male available and the cost?
I could only ever leave the bloodhound breed for an Otterhound! They are spectacular!