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  Ibizan Hound, Ibizan Hound Puppies - Arbeca Ibizan Hounds, Delaware. Podenco Ibicenco.
We are dedicated to preserving this ancient and unique hunting hound and respecting the function and culture that produced it.
The Ibizan Hound is known as the “Podenco Ibicenco” under the Federacion Cynologigue (FCI) and as the “ca eivissenc” in the Catalan language of Ibiza, where the breed originated and is mainly used for hunting rabbits.
Affiliations have included: Ibizan Hound Club of the United States (IHCUS) as Board Member and Treasurer; Mispillion KC (MKC) of Delaware; and Coursing Hounds of the Mid Potomac (CHAMP), U.S. Navy (retired); and the American Bar Association.
www.arbeca-ibizans.com   (249 words)

  
 American Kennel Club - Ibizan Hound
A hunting dog whose quarry is primarily rabbits, this ancient hound was bred for thousands of years with function being of prime importance.
In the field the Ibizan is as fast as top coursing breeds and without equal in agility, high jumping and broad jumping ability.
The Ibizan Hound is even-tempered, affectionate and loyal.
www.akc.org /breeds/ibizan_hound/index.cfm   (0 words)

  
 Ibizan Hound, Information and Pictures, Ibizan Hounds
The Ibizan Hound, also called Podenco Ibicenco, is an agile, deer-like, elegant and athletic hound that has a long, arched neck, long wedge-shaped head, amber eyes and very large, triangular ears which stand up when the dog is alert.
Cats that are raised with the Ibizan Hound will fit in just fine as part of the "family pack," but it will chase and possibly kill a cat it does not know.
The Ibizan Hound was fully recognized by the AKC in 1979.
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The Ibizan Hound or Podenco lbicenco, as it is called in Spain where it is principally concentrated,.
In appearance the Ibizan Hound is of greyhound type with prick ears and sickle tail.
All Ibizan kennels that have graciously permitted me to include their wonderful photos retain sole legal copyright to their photos and may not be copied without prior written consent of owners of said images.
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  All About the Ibizan Hound - Doggiewoggie - All About Dogs
It was believed the Ibizan Hound originated in ancient Egypt, as pictures that appear to be of Ibizan hounds have been seen on the walls of ancient pyramids.
This breed is similar to the Pharaoh Hound, but the Ibizan Hound is larger and can have a multicolored hair pattern.
The Ibizan Hound was fully recognized by the AKC in 1979.
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  What is a Ibizan Hound?
Ibizans are very clean and will lick their feet, becoming ill or possibly dying from the chemicals.
Ibizan Hounds, sometimes called "Beezers", "Ibby's", or "Ib's" are said to be a well kept secret by those that own the breed.
Ibizans will give chase to just about anything that moves so caution should be given with small pets such as rabbits, cats and rodents; as the Ibizan Hound has been bred to hunt these creatures.
www.dejavuehounds.com /whatisaib.html   (758 words)

  
 Ibizan Hound Puppies Breeders Ibizan Hounds
The Ibizan Hound, or Podenco Ibicenco, is native to Ibiza, one of the Spanish Balearic Isles.
Egyptologists have identify the Ibizan Hound as the dog depicted on artifacts that have been discovered in the tombs of the Pharaohs.
It is said that the Ibizan was brought from Egypt to Ibiza by the Phoenician traders.
www.puppydogweb.com /caninebreeds/ibizanhnd.htm   (549 words)

  
  Ibizan Hound Breed Information and Pictures - Dooziedog.com
Ibizan Hounds have strong hunting instincts and once they are on the thrill of a chase they tend to be deaf to their owner's call.
Ibizan Hounds are very adaptable to their living situation whether it be in a flat or the country, but exrcise is essential for them.
The Ibizan Hound is one of the few dog breeds that does not have any fl on its coat or body.
www.dooziedog.com /dog_breeds/ibizan_hound   (414 words)

  
 Dogs - Ibizan Hound
The Ibizan Hound, also called Podenco Ibicenco, is an agile, deer-like hound of the sighthound family.
The Ibizan Hound has no fl on its body; they are either red or white or a combination of red and white.
It was believed the Ibizan Hound originated in ancient Egypt, as pictures that appear to be of Ibizan hounds have been seen on the walls of ancient pyramids.
www.littlepawsdogtraining.com /dogs/ibizan_hound.htm   (382 words)

  
 Ibizan Hound - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Ibizan Hound, breed of dog, which was once thought to have its roots in ancient Egypt.
Pharaoh Hound, dog breed of uncertain origin, but related to the greyhound and the Ibizan Hound.
Hound, name of a class of dog used for hunting purposes.
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 Ibizan Hound
Pharaoh Hounds, the Ibizan was probably brought to the islands by the Phoenicians, the Carthaginians, and, eventually, the Romans.
At one point, the breed was called the French Hound because it was common in the nineteenth century in the regions of Langedoc, Roussillon, and Provence in France.
The Ibizan Hound forms a strong bond with his owner, but he is strong-willed.
www.furrycritter.com /resources/dogs/Ibizan_Hound.htm   (376 words)

  
 Dog Ibizan Hound
A hunting dog whose quarry is primarily rabbits, this ancient hound was bred for thousands of years with function being of prime importance.
In the field the Ibizan is as fast as top coursing breeds and without equal in agility, high jumping and broad jumping ability.
The Ibizan Hound is even-tempered, affectionate and loyal.
www.breedersrus.com /dog1ibizanhound.htm   (819 words)

  
 Ibizan Hounds: What's Good About 'Em? What's Bad About 'Em?
The Ibizan Hound learns quickly and enjoys activities such as obedience and agility (when they are made interesting and challenging), but he is a freethinker who doesn't obey mindlessly.
Ibizan Hounds don't need miles of running every day, but they MUST have regular opportunities to vent their energy a few times a week.
Ibizan Hounds are extremely sensitive to stress and can end up literally sick to their stomachs, with severe digestive upsets and neurotic behaviors, if the people in their home are having family problems.
www.yourpurebredpuppy.com /reviews/ibizanhounds.html   (856 words)

  
 Ibizan Hound - Canada's Guide to Dogs - Breeds
The Ibizan Hound is a slender and elegant sporting hound with a resemblance to the Anubis, the Egyptian "watchdog of the dead".
The Ibizan is renowned for his hunting abilities, using sight, scent and hearing when in pursuit of his game.
The Ibizan is said to be able to jump great heights from a standstill — It is recommended that owners of this breed have fences at least six feet high.
www.canadasguidetodogs.com /ibizan.htm   (783 words)

  
 Ibizan Hound
Ibizan Hounds require a great deal of exercise and should only be allowed off leash in a fenced in area.
It is recommended that Ibizan Hound owners have fences at least 6' in height.
The Ibizan Hound is even-tempered, affectionate, loyal, and friendly, and makes an excellent family pet.
www.irishdogs.ie /Breeds/Ibizan%20Hound.htm   (428 words)

  
 What to feed an Ibizan Hound
Therefore, I suggest that Ibizan Hound owners try to feed their present companion pets with foods that contain what this breed requires.
The Ibizan Hound originated in the desert regions of the Middle East.
For the Ibizan Hound I recommend commercial foods that are a blend of poultry, lamb, brown rice and wheat.
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 Ibizan Hound dog breed and breeder information profile - Pets.ca
The Ibizan is a even tempered breed who is not given to great burst of affection, but are quite, loyal and giving and enjoy human companionship.
Egyptologists have identify the Ibizan as the dog depicted on artifacts that have been discovered in the tombs of the Pharaohs.
It is said that the Ibizan was brought from Egypt to Ibiza by the Phoenician traders.
www.pets.ca /breedprofiles/a/ibazanhound/i1.htm   (268 words)

  
 Ibizan Hound, Podenco Ibicenco Information
The Ibizan Hound's history has been traced back to about 3400 BC They were owned and hunted by the Pharaohs.
The Ibizan Hound, sometimes called "Beezers" by their fanciers, is hardy and strong, but can have allergic reactions to drugs, including insecticides and flea powders.
Ibizan Hound health concerns include Axonal dystrophy which is a degenerative nerve disease.
www.sidyboysfoolin.com /IbizanHound.html   (474 words)

  
 Norwegian Ibizan Hould Club
The Ibizan Hound is one of the world's oldest breeds, and has its origin back in ancient Egypt.
The Norwegian Ibizan Hound Foundation organizes most of the 70-80 Norwegian Ibizan hounds.
In Norway there are 3 Ibizan Hound (Podenco Ibicenco) breeders, Kennel Rosenhill, El Cruzado and Bee Djei.
www.podenco.net /english.php   (151 words)

  
 MAHA
The Ibizan Hound traces its roots to ancient Egypt (approximately 3400 B.C.).
The Ibizan varies in height from 22.5 inches to 27.5 inches at the shoulder and weighs in the 40 to 50 pound range.
The Ibizan Hound is friendlier than a Saluki or a Borzoi, however, having a temperament more akin to that of the Whippet.
www.mahahounds.org /ibizan.htm   (302 words)

  
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The Ibizan Hound is also a delightful companion and show dog.
This agile, deer-like, elegant and athletic hound has a long, arched neck, long wedge-shaped head, amber eyes and very large, triangular ears which stand up when the dog is alert.
The Ibizan Hound is hardy and strong, but can have allergic reactions to drugs, including insecticides and flea powders.
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 American Sighthound Field Association - Album - Ibizan Hound
Anubis, "The Watchdog of the Dead," a long honored diety, was well represented by a full sized true to life statue, which is the identical duplicate of the Ibizan Hound of today.
These dogs, which are also referred to as Galgo Hounds, are quite distinct in their appearance; therefore, no other could be mistaken as being represented.They are as strong, fit and vigorous today as they were in the days of the Pharaohs.
Only the fittest could survive, as food is scarce, and the natives used these dogs to assist in providing the necessary food to sustain their lives.
www.asfa.org /album/ibizan   (284 words)

  
 Ibizan Hound
The Ibizan Hound is an undemanding dog to feed with no special dietary requirements; they generally have a good appetite.
The Ibizan Hound is a medium sized, tall, and fine built, short-coated or wirehaired dog with erect ears.
The Ibizan Hound does make a good pet, but it is not a breed for the fainthearted: they can be fairly vocal, and adore company.
www.petplanet.co.uk /petplanet/breeds/Ibizan_Hound.htm   (623 words)

  
 Ibizan Hound#
Ibizan Hounds will retrieve game live to hand, and are quite "soft mouthed" not unlike some gundogs, yet their lips fit very tightly over the teeth, hard to believe with such sharp muzzles they can have such soft mouths.
Their movement is unlike that of any other hound, they have a far reaching stride, and a slight "hover" before placing their front paws on the ground, a suspended trot is the best way to describe the movement.
But if you want a hound that has remained unchanged for thousands of years,and if you can give buckets of affection back, and don't mind having the newspaper nibbled at the corners this is definately a breed to consider.
www.pedigreedogs.co.uk /breeds/ibizan_hound.htm   (398 words)

  
 Icy Cold Ibizans - Ibizan Hounds Breeder, New Liskeard and Kirkland Lake, Ontario
The Ibizan Hound is a unique and charming breed.
Ibizans are great family members whether as couch potatoes or those involved in dog events.
Icy Cold Ibizans is based on a 250 acre dairy farm in the Temiskaming Shores area of Ontario Canada.
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 AKC Breeds by Group - Hound Group
Most hounds share the common ancestral trait of being used for hunting.
Beyond this, however, generalizations about hounds are hard to come by, since the Group encompasses quite a diverse lot.
Some hounds share the distinct ability to produce a unique sound known as baying.
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 Ibizan Hound Puppies - Arbeca Ibizan Hounds, Delaware
Ibizan Hound Puppies - Arbeca Ibizan Hounds, Delaware
Like all Arbeca Ibizans, they are raised on a home prepared whole food, natural diet and have ample exposure to outdoor exercise on our five acre property.
To help you decide if an Ibizan Hound is the right match for your expectations and lifestyle and for information on health and care, contact me directly and request a “Prospective Home Interview”.
www.arbeca-ibizans.com /ibizanpuppies.asp   (234 words)

  
 Ibizan Hound : Dog Breeds - Dog.com
Like the Pharaoh Hound, the Ibizan is purported to be the dog-god Anubis of the ancient Egyptians.
The Ibizan Hound is traceable to the Balearic Islands off the coast of Spain, and especially to Ibiza, the island that gave it its name.
The variable coat colors help to distinguish the Ibizan Hound from its look-alike cousin, the Pharaoh Hound, which is always solid tan.
www.dog.com /breed/Ibizan-Hound.asp   (237 words)

  
 Ibizan Hound kennel of Paradise - Ahram
Lisa welcomes inquiries, and is happy to share her knowledge with other Ibizan Hound breeders and the public.
Ibizans are a wonderful child-like breed that seem to retain their Peter Pan youthfulness well into adulthood.
Ibizan Hounds make great family pets, and their youthful exuberance is a perfect match for school-age children.
www.dog-breeds.net /Ibizan_Hounds_Paradise.htm   (309 words)

  
 The Westminster Kennel Club | Breed Information: Ibizan Hound
The Ibizan Hound is a breed of antiquity once owned and coursed by the Pharaohs of ancient Egypt.
During the 8th century, the Ibizan was brought to the Balearic Islands to hunt rabbit and remained there unspoiled for 2000 years.
Ibizans are lively companions, watchdogs, and hunters who bond well with their families while offering much character and good humor.
www.westminsterkennelclub.org /breedinformation/hound/ibizan.html   (113 words)

  
 About the Ibizan hound
Ibizans are very strong and untiring dogs and are even to this day used for hunting both by day as well as at night, either singly or in groups.
Ibizans just love all the home comforts - and are a very neat and clean dogs to have in the house.
The Ibizan is a tall breed, nearly the same in length as in height.
sighthound.net /ibizangb.htm   (1085 words)

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