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The history of the canine race might be very different without the Phoenicians. These seafaring traders, from what is today Lebanon, sailed the Mediterranean 2,500 years ago doing a brisk business in luxury items. It’s assumed that the Phoenicians disseminated Egyptian hounds throughout the ancient world, as far west as Britain. The prevailing theory suggests that Phoenicians introduced the Pharaoh to Malta, where they were used as rabbit hunters. In 1979, the Pharaoh was named the national hound of Malta. It is a descendant of the Tesem.

Source: American Kennel Club

The first set of Pharaoh Hounds were imported from Malta. However, no litter was ever produced from that set that we know of at this time.

New breeding pairs were imported to the UK and the first litter born in 1963 from those imports.

The Kennel club also known as KC created a breed standard and added the Pharaoh Hound to its registry in 1974. However, it was not originally called the Pharaoh Hound by the kennel club until 1977 as the name was used to identify as the Ibizan Hound most likely for its similar appearance by the FCI.

The breed was added to the AKC registry in 1983. Regardless this was already a breed long before AKC acceptance of the breed into its registry.

A Few Facts

About Pharaoh Hounds

  • Pharaoh Hounds “Blush” when they get excited or very happy.
  • Pharaoh Hounds have a natural smile.
  • Pharaoh Hounds ears are naturally pointed which means they stand up so no cropping needed.
  • Pharaoh Hounds are excellent jumpers and even a 6-foot fence might be able to stop them.
  • Pharaoh Hounds are not in fact from Eypgt and no genetic evidence points them to the Tesem.

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Price Packages

Our prices are separated into three packages (non-training, obedience, and specialty). The standard package is what our kennel has always offered plus a couple of new perks. If you would like a puppy from our breeding program, you must get on our pre-order program to get your free puppy along with a lot of additional free items and perks. Our kennel no longer sells puppies post whelp anymore so this is the only way to get a puppy from our breeding program. Because we do not operate like your typical kennel feel free to visit our group page to chat with past clients to put your mind at ease, our program is not designed for everyone so please review all information on our site before making a decision.


No training
$3,000 Pre-Order

This is the pre-order price for a spot on our Pharaoh Hound waiting list. The required deposit for all of our packages is $1000. This package includes the following:

  • Free puppy
  • 1 Microchip
  • 1 GPS tracking collar
  • Genetic Health Test screening
  • Gift Package: (1 big toy, 2 medium toys, treats, 1 training boo, and 1 breed book)
  • Wireless play area unit
  • 10-year health warranty (accidental death, theft and eligible health coverage)
  • Free 30 days of pet insurance
  • Estimated time before getting puppy 3-12 months


Includes Specialty Training
$10,000 Pre-Order

This is the pre-order price for a spot on our Pharaoh Hound waiting list. The required deposit for all of our packages is $1000. This package includes the following:

  • Everything in the Elite Package
  • Specialty training in the areas for showing, hunting or tactical protection.
    • This will increase you not getting your puppy until it is 6-12 months old or 700 hours of training.
  • Estimated time before getting puppy 6-14 months