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Grand Anglo-Français Blanc et
Pretty strong Grand Anglo-Francais Blanc et Noir adult male:
The Grand anglo-fran?ais blanc et noir translated into English as the Great Anglo-Francais White and Black Hound, is a breed of dog used in hunting as a scenthound, usually in packs. It is one of the Anglo-French hound breeds which were created by crossing French scenthounds with English (Anglo) foxhounds.Pretty Grand Anglo-Francais Blanc et Noir puppyA big, powerful hound in general appearance, with long legs, long drop ears, and a long tail. Their short, double coat is tricolour, black, white and tan. They stand 62-72 cm (24.4-28 ins) at the withers.Grand Anglo Francais Blanc et Noir 300×225 Grand Anglo Francais Blanc et Noir.
Pretty white and black Grand Anglo-Francais Blanc et Noir female:
Coat colour is white with a black mantle and black markings, including black or blue ticking on the body and tan ticking on the lower legs. Frequently a tan marking is found on the base of the upper thigh, which is called the ‘roe buck mark’. Faults are listed as deviations in appearance or structure that have an effect on the health and working ability of the dog, as well as the appearance, and indicate that the dog with such faults should not be bred. Some of the faults listed are aggression or shyness, lack of pigmentation, off-colour, excessive dewlap, and frail limbs.
Grand Anglo-Français Blanc et Noir Picture:
Seven of the French hound breeds are listed under the Anglo Francais or Francais Hound. They are the Grand Anglo Francais Tricolore, Grand Anglo Francais Blanc et Noir, Grand Anglo Francais Blanc et Orange, Francais Tricolore, Francais Blanc et Noir, Francais Blanc et Orange and Anglo Francais de Petit Venerie. These French hounds are crossbreeds between the English Foxhound and several old French hound breeds. This breed was developed as a pack hound and can follow scents of small game such as rabbits, quail and pheasants. It can be a great house dog as well, with a little bit of a reserved personality, but is obedient. It is becoming more popular as a companion dog.
New Grand Anglo-Français Blanc et Noir:
The Francais Blanc et Noir is descended from the Hound of Saintonge, whose origins are unclear. While it is no relation to the Bloodhound, it is probably a distant cognate of the 16th century white Greffier. The present type first appeared in the second half of the 19th century, but was later crossbred with the Poitevin and the Gascon Saintongeois. The first standard was published in 1957.
Grand Anglo-Français Blanc et Noir SIZE:
The Anglos-Francais comes in three sizes. There is the Grand Anglos-Francais which weighs between 65 and 75 pounds and stand 24 to 27 inches. These dogs were a result of crossing large French hounds and the English Foxhound. The Anglo-Francais de Moyen Venerie is slightly smaller weighing 45 to 55 pounds and is 20 inches. It is the result of crossing Harriers and the medium-sized French hounds. The smallest of the Anglos-francaises is the Anglo-Francais de Petite Venerie. It comes from the crossing of the beagle and smaller French hounds. This dog is 35 to 44 pounds and is 16 to 18 inches tall.
Black Grand Anglo-Français Blanc et Noir:
You should never buy a puppy based on the registration paperwork alone. As the buyer of an Anglo-Francais puppy, it is your responsibility to carefully examine the puppy, gather as much information as you can about the sire and dam, and know something about the integrity of the person or business from which you are buying the puppy. After purchasing your puppy, you should carry it to a licensed veterinarian for a health examination. When we receive an application at kennel club, and issue a certificate of registration on any dog or puppy, this is not a guarantee of the health or the quality of the puppy or dog. It is your responsibility to make sure the puppy is of good quality and is healthy at the time of purchase.