Longdog Puppies for Sale | Central Park Puppies
The Longdog comes with a powerhouse of stamina and superb agility, a cross between Greyhounds and other sighthounds. This breed was intentionally made to reflect high skills in chasing rabbits, foxes, hares, deer, and coyotes. Weighing 35 to 100 pounds and standing p to 30 inches at the shoulder, the Longdog is a striking sighthound breed.
Longdogs are known to be affectionate, calm, and laid back. It is capable of intense bursts of speed when giving chase, which is why this pup should be leashed on walks for their own safety. Longdogs should be properly trained for obedience, so that respond when called and given commands. Other than the occasional chase, Longdogs are content to lounge with you on the sofa and enjoy a quiet evening at home.
This independent breed can withstand a few hours a day at home by themselves without demonstrating destructive behavior. This quality makes them appropriate for people who work out of the home and then enjoy a buddy to take on evening walks. Longdogs are gently and typically get along with other dogs and children. They are not aggressive to cats, but if not raised with them may give chase.
Longdogs are house dogs who do not do well living outdoors. They are easily housebroken and are suited for urban or suburban lifestyles. Rarely aggressive, these dogs do not make good security dogs but are loving companions for families or for single owner homes.
The coats of Longdogs are typically short and come in variations of colorations and patterns. Some Longdogs have curly or unruly tufts of hair that contribute to their individual character as a nod to the various sighthound breeds.
Longdogs appreciate comfortable bedding and often help themselves to relax about on your furniture. If you are looking for content yet capable companion, the Longdog will shower you with love.
- common Longdog crosses are Saluki and Greyhound or Whippet
- coats can be rough or smooth and require little grooming
- can be happy in single dog homes
CHARACTERISTICS CHART (1 lowest- 5 highest)
Apartment Living 3
Tolerates Being Alone 4
Child Friendly 3
Dog Friendly 3
Grooming Needs 1
General Health 4
Prey Drive 5
Exercise Needs 5
Energy Level 3
Bringing home a happy and healthy Longdog puppy is of utmost importance to ensure a positive experience. Central Park Puppies takes pride in providing clients with the highest quality of standards with our in-depth breeder background checks and expert veterinarian evaluations of all of our puppies. We are dedicated to working with clients in finding their perfect puppy match through our transparent services and expert knowledge of breeds.
Central Park Puppies understands the commitment of bringing a puppy into your life, and we go to great lengths to make sure there is a connection between puppy and family that will result in a loving and rewarding relationship.