OtterHound.org.uk

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This website has been donated to promote our beloved Otterhounds. We seek to achieve no more than to spread the word about the Otterhound and to provide a notice board for Otterhound owners to share their experiences and how their hound(s) fits into their lives. When we are at a public event with our Otterhounds we are often asked for more information. There are many sterling efforts being made by different parties to support the Otterhound and many web sites which you can find by searching the web but we wanted to be able to refer people to a site which broadly covered the questions important to them. Ultimately this website will only be as good as the input from other Otterhound owners and those showing an interest in the breed, so please email us with your stories and pictures if Ayou have an otterhound as part of your family and please send us feedback as I'm sure we haven't got it all right first time. We will consider your comments and incorporate your good suggestions. No one has our permission to reproduce any of the content of this website for monetary gain or for the promotion of their own products, if there is an image or story you would like to have access to then please email the site and we will seek permission from the owner, if granted then you would be required to make a donation to a cause of our choosing. We share our home with Dallas and Dixie, son and Daughter of Duke and Rowan both sadly missed. When we had our first Otterhound we lived in a two bedroom terraced house with a garden the size of a postage stamp. She shared our affections with four cats and a border terrier and we all lived in harmony. We have always exercised our dogs   twice a day approx 20 mins in the morning and approx 20 mins in the   evening and believe that this is an essential part of a dog's (whatever breed) physical and mental well being. Any dog expected to make do with an average garden without ever going out will become claustrophobic and frustrated. If you are looking for a dog to interact with and include in your family, and you enjoy taking the dog for a walk (doesn't have to be for hours - but they won't complain) then there is no reason not to consider an Otterhound. Heather and Mike Lonsdale September 2015
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OtterHound.org.uk

About

This website has been donated to promote our beloved Otterhounds. We seek to achieve no more than to spread the word about the Otterhound and to provide a notice board for Otterhound owners to share their experiences and how their hound(s) fits into their lives. When we are at a public event with our Otterhounds we are often asked for more information. There are many sterling efforts being made by different parties to support the Otterhound and many web sites which you can find by searching the web but we wanted to be able to refer people to a site which broadly covered the questions important to them. Ultimately this website will only be as good as the input from other Otterhound owners and those showing an interest in the breed, so please email us with your stories and pictures if Ayou have an otterhound as part of your family and please send us feedback as I'm sure we haven't got it all right first time. We will consider your comments and incorporate your good suggestions. No one has our permission to reproduce any of the content of this website for monetary gain or for the promotion of their own products, if there is an image or story you would like to have access to then please email the site and we will seek permission from the owner, if granted then you would be required to make a donation to a cause of our choosing. We share our home with Dallas and Dixie, son and Daughter of Duke and Rowan both sadly missed. When we had our first Otterhound we lived in a two bedroom terraced house with a garden the size of a postage stamp. She shared our affections with four cats and a border terrier and we all lived in harmony. We have always exercised our dogs   twice a day approx 20 mins in the morning and approx 20 mins in the   evening and believe that this is an essential part of a dog's (whatever breed) physical and mental well being. Any dog expected to make do with an average garden without ever going out will become claustrophobic and frustrated. If you are looking for a dog to interact with and include in your family, and you enjoy taking the dog for a walk (doesn't have to be for hours - but they won't complain) then there is no reason not to consider an Otterhound. Heather and Mike Lonsdale September 2015
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