Ibizan Hound

The Ibizan Hound was originally bred to hunt rabbits and small game on the Balearic island of Ibiza. Today, the Ibizan Hound dog breed is still used in that capacity in Spain and elsewhere. Ibizan Hounds also compete in lure coursing, agility, obedience, conformation, and tracking, in addition to being much-loved family companions. Even though these are purebred dogs, some may still end up in the care of shelters or rescues. Consider adoption if this is the breed for you. Despite the breed’s high energy levels, Ibizan Hounds can still fair well in apartment living situations, so long as you meet their exercise needs. Don’t leave them home alone for long hours, though, or you may end up with a bored and destructive pup. So long as they have plenty of walks and playtime, this dog will shower the humans in their life with plenty of affection. DogTime recommends this dog bed to give a good night’s sleep to your medium-sized Ibizan Hound. You should also pick up this dog fetch toy to help burn off your pup’s high energy! See all Ibizan Hound dog breed facts and characteristics below! Ibizan Hound Dog Breed Pictures