The Bruno Jura Hound is, first and foremost, a hunting dog. This furry pal has the energy to burn and will need at least an hour of vigorous activity each day. They'll thrive if you live in the country or have a large, fenced yard where your pooch is free to explore without wandering off after small game. These dogs are highly intelligent and respond well to training, especially if you have experience with scent hounds. Hunters usually own these pups, but with socialization and adequate exercise, they can be a companion animal for an active individual or family. The hound is gentle with children and loyal to members of their pack.
As a working breed, the Bruno Jura Hound needs a combination of physical and mental activity to keep them content. The pup's gentle nature can help them to fit into a family with children and other dogs if they have proper training and socialization. Fido will adapt best if they have room to exercise and a chance to use their noses.