Scientists say that the sense of smell in a dog is from 10,000 to even 100,000 times more pronounced than in humans, and the dog’s sense of smell is also the most developed sense.
Unlike us humans, dogs discover the world through scent. With their refined flair, they can smell the existing scents in the environment, as well as any changes that occur in it.
Generally, not all breeds have an equally developed sense of smell, and the dogs with the best flair are hunters, hounds, and seekers. That’s why we present to you the races that have the best flair.
1. English foxhound
As the name implies, the English foxhound was farmed breed for fox hunting. This breed has been around for over 200 years and has been made based on carefully selected bloodlines. The English foxhound is a very persistent dog and, if necessary, runs for several hours continuously in different types of terrain. These dogs are passionate hunters and when they sense a “suspicious” trail, they will not give up on it.
This is a dog that can smell the faintest smell. This breed is trained to stand out in coolhunting. The coonhound belongs to the group of working dogs, including the seeker and the hound. He is able to withstand the harsh winters and summer heat as well as the harsh terrain he drives. This breed does a great job with its flair. Tireless, always on guard, this dog always forces the prey to hide in the trees and until the owner arrives, he barks furiously and incessantly.
4. Labrador retriever
Labradors are one of the most beloved pets. They are highly intelligent, obedient, kind, affectionate, sociable, reasonable and thoughtful dogs. With all these virtues they have a great flair. It was once used as a hunting dog. This breed of dog is also known for its tracking and swimming skills. Their flair turned out to be great in finding drugs and explosives. What they are still known for is that they are also used as a guide for the blind.
5. Basset Hound
Recognized by its lowered eyes, the basset is a very popular hunting dog. It is a very calm and benign, social dog. A very cheerful dog, he became a wonderful pet. This race has a strong and pronounced sense of smell, so it often wanders off following a trail.
6. Golden Retriever
In addition, this breed of dog is also one of the most favourite pet in the world. These dogs are used in the search for missing and missing persons, all thanks to their flair. Like Labradors, these dogs are also used to assist people with disabilities. They are also frequently used in the world by the blind and partially sighted.
7. Harrier Dog
Many have not heard of this breed of dog, and it is an old English breed, named after the Norman word meaning “hunting dog for all purposes”. Harrier dog is a very durable and fast dog. It has short hair, lowered ears, and a long tail. It is a dog whose flair is more than excellent, and when they are in the pack they are used in hunting rabbits.
8. Belgian Malinois
This breed of dog has become very popular in recent years because of its working ability. They are used as personal protection, as service dogs in the military and police, in various sports competitions. Another name for a Belgian shepherd is raspberry, as they have proven to be very good in the police for searching for explosives, drugs, missing persons or suspected of various offenses.
Small, black oblong, cute dogs. It is a very old breed of dogs, which has an extraordinary flair. Experts say the dachshund has approximately 125 million receptors. He is excellent at hunting small game, which hides in holes and burrows. These little cute dogs will easily escape and chase a fox or badger out of their holes, sniff and chase a rabbit and even a wild boar. They will aport a duck or pheasant from the water, but also monitor the blood trail.
Another breed of dog that has an extremely refined sense of smell and is, therefore one of the best hunting dogs. These are seeker dogs, which have the best-developed sense of smell among all breeds of dog. Saint Hubert’s dog is able to track the odor for several days and is therefore used in the search for missing persons. He is also reliable when hunting for hunting. In the world, the owners of these dogs join clubs, especially popular in the United States and the United Kingdom, and organize search competitions there under the popular name “catch a clean boot”.
11. German Shepherd Dog
It is one of the most beloved dog breeds in the world. It is often used in film making, and this should come as no surprise, as this breed of dog is endowed with one of the best senses of smell in the dog world. There are reports that the German Shepherd has about 225,000 nasal scent receptors (people barely have 5,000). This breed of dogs has become a guru in following the trail. Its use is widespread, it is also used as a shepherd dog, guide for the blind and partially sighted and of course as a companion dog.
Cute, loyal, exuberant, beagle has a very developed sense of smell and can sometimes wander around to find an interesting scent. This breed of dog is used in rabbit hunting in America and the United Kingdom. In the Scandinavian countries, it is popular for hunting wild boar and deer, and in Canada, it stands out as a seeker. Otherwise, they often use it to detect narcotics in customs and border areas.