Found starving, looking for a food in a local village, we immediately had to step in and take her as all her bones were visible.
Gliska is a hound breed dog, a Posavac hound but had no chip and owners never claimed her. There is no doubt that the Posavac hound needs a good amount of exercise each day; however, this doesn’t have to be excessive. Typically two 30 to 60 minutes opportunities a day to play, run, and walk will satisfy his needs for physical exertion. Great activities to consider with a Posavac hound include jogging or cycling alongside you. And, agility or Flyball are also great outlets for his need for activity and a sense of purpose in life.Indeed, whilst a Posavac hound isn’t ideal for apartment living, if you are prepared to put the time and effort into getting him out and about on a daily basis, then it might just work.
Gliska is a kind and gentle dog, totally devoted to its owner. Due to its character traits, it is very obedient and malleable. It is a family dog, which treats children and other family members with great warmth.
Gliska is a very intelligent dog, she picked up our routine and learned when food is given and she has to enter back in her kennel in 2 days, she is lookin at you and tying to understand what you want.
The Posavac Hound is an obedient and persistent dog. Therefore, there should be no problems with training.