Approximately 33 pounds (15 kg).
Approximately 11.8-15.5 inches (30-40 cm) at the withers.
Drevers come in all different colours and have white markings.
Drevers have straight coats of dense fur, shorter on the head and lower legs and longer on the neck and back.
Drevers are affable dogs with pleasant personalities. These dogs are also courageous and alert and can hunt well either alone or in packs. While Drevers are typically kept as hunting dogs, they are also great companions.
Country of Origin:
The Drever is an ancient breed originating from Sweden and was developed by crossing Swedish hound breeds with the Westphalian Basset and possibly the Dachschund. This breed gained official recognition with the Swedish Kennel Club in 1947. In 1953, the first breed standard was established and the Drever was also officially recognized by the FCI. This breed is relatively rare outside of Sweden.
This breed is also known as the Swedish Dachsbracke.
Drevers are tenacious dogs that require a firm handler. Very even-tempered, Drevers are generally neither too aggressive nor too shy. These dogs make excellent hunters.
Drevers should be trained by a firm and experienced handler.
These dogs are very active and require plenty of space and exercise.
Drevers make excellent companions but they are primarily hunting dogs. With a superb nose, loud voice, and great personality, the Drever is a fantastic choice for anyone looking for an excellent hunting dog. It’s important to keep in mind that these dogs require lots of space and regular exercise in order to keep them both happy and healthy. Drevers also require daily brushing.
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