13 Irresistable Dogs With Long Ears

Cocker Spaniel

Long ears are a distinguishing feature of both English and American Cocker pups. Although these dogs are great hunters, they are a rather common sight in conformation events.

Basset Hound

Basset Hound's ears are so long that they make its face look gloomy and droopy, even though they still look adorable to plenty of dog enthusiasts.


Their ears often look more draped and floppy because of their coat hair, but that doesn’t steal away any of their cuteness!


Beagles have quite long ears, but they don’t necessarily change the appearance of their whole face. They make excellent family pets


Weimaraners might have long ears, but they also have a magnificent appearance, especially in their gray coat shade.


Dachshunds are known as big barkers with floppy ears, a long body frame, and very short legs. Their small head makes their ears look even bigger!


Bloodhounds are known for their hunting skills, but most people will agree that their fame is due to the long floppy ears they possess.

Irish Setter

The Irish Setter’s ears probably look even droopier because of the long and curly hair that grows on them.


The American English Coonhound seems to have one of the largest sets of ears among long-eared dog breeds.

Afghan Hound

This is one of the long-haired types of canines in which it’s challenging to tell where its ears end and its hair continues.


Havanese dogs are little cuties that have a round head, long ears, and lovely long hair that can either be wavy or straight.

Pharaoh Hound

Pharaohs always have particularly long ears, even though they might not seem that way just because they’re upright.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Due to their small head, the long, floppy ears that these doggies have are brought to the forefront, which contributes to their hound-like appearance.