The SlovenskĂ˝ kopov (translated into English as Slovak Hound) is a medium-sized breed of hunting dog of the scenthound type. The breed originated in Slovakia, in Central Europe, and is bred for deer tracking and boar hunting. Roughly 600 SlovenskĂ˝ kopov dogs live in Sweden, where they are used primarily for wild boar hunting. The Swedish SlovenskĂ˝ Kopov Club (SSKK) was formed in 2002 and currently has about 100 paying members. SSKK is part of the Swedish Kennel Club (SKK). SSKK is a member of the international SlovenskĂ˝ Kopov club MZKCHSK and participates in international events in the member countries.