The Bloodhound is a large breed of dog famous for its incredible tracking ability by scent. It stands 23–27 inches (58–69 cm) tall and weighs 80–110 pounds (36–50 kg). It has a long nose, large ears with wrinkles on its face. Its fur is short and its coat is usually a brown and black color. Bloodhounds are known to be a gentle and affectionate breed. This breed lives an average of six years and nine months. Bloodhounds are often used by police because of their tracking ability.
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- "Bloodhound". Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Retrieved 2010-08-22.
- "Report from the Kennel Club/ British Small Animal Veterinary Association Scientific Committee" (PDF). The Kennel Club. Retrieved 2010-08-22.
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