The Transylvanian Hound is amiable, brave, and resilient. At his core, he is even and quiet, but yet focused and vivacious. The Carpathians’ harsh climate produced a hardy, courageous kind of dog.
An ancient Hungarian hunter known as the Transylvanian Hound was developed due to unique climatic, topographical, and hunting conditions. His overall appearance exudes harmony and dignity. His body is athletic, lean, strong, and exaggerated due to his medium size, and his movement is graceful and balanced. It is temperamental, adaptive, peaceful, balanced yet firm in its fundamental essence. They are the perfect family favorite because of their playful temperament. They may be kept in both an apartment and a home because of their balance and sociability. He makes a good guard because of his loyalty and courage. This simple scent hound can be trained to retrieve objects.
When hunting in a group or by yourself, you will hear a high, ringing tone that is far away and points in the direction of the animal. They gained problem-solving skills working far from the farm and over the years developed into exceptionally brilliant people.