Dogs that are hound and happy being alone

Want to know more about dogs that are hound and happy being alone? See all the dogs that fit this criteria and learn more about what it's like to have these dogs as pets.

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  • breed group: hound
  • breed size: large (61-100 lbs.)
  • other traits: easy to groom, tolerates being alone, high prey drive, strong loyalty tendencies, good hiking companion, high potential for weight gain, prone to health issues
  • colors: black, blue, gray
  • patterns: brindle
  • coat length/texture: wiry
  • temperament: gentle, aloof, outgoing, playful
A giant sighthound who used to hunt deer in the Scottish highlands, Scottish deerhounds these days are still rare but they instead prefer spending time with their families or patrolling a big yard.
  • breed group: hound
  • breed size: medium (26-60 lbs.)
  • other traits: hypoallergenic, requires lots of grooming, tolerates being alone, high prey drive, apartment-friendly, cold weather tolerant
  • colors: black, gray, red, blue, cream, white, fawn, gold / yellow, brown / chocolate / liver
  • patterns: bicolor, tricolor, hairless, sable, saddle / blanket, brindle, merle, black and tan, liver and tan, blue and tan
  • coat length/texture: long
  • temperament: gentle, willful, playful, aloof
Afghan hounds are aristocratic and loving dogs who can run up to 40 mph and require a serious grooming routine. Learn more about caring for an Afghan hound and if it’s the right dog for your family.
  • breed group: hound
  • breed size: large (61-100 lbs.)
  • other traits: easy to train, tolerates being alone, tendency to chew, high prey drive, high potential for weight gain, loves water, cold weather tolerant, good for first-time pet owners, strong loyalty tendencies
  • colors: black, gray, gold / yellow, blue, brown / chocolate / liver, cream, white, fawn
  • patterns: bicolor, black and tan, blue and tan, liver and tan
  • coat length/texture: medium
  • temperament: friendly, playful, outgoing
Otterhounds are very rare. But if you’re lucky enough to hang out with one, they make fast friends because of their happy demeanor and lovable personalities.